Hartlepool man in court on alleged fake Ministry of Sound and Now That's What I Call Music CD offences

A Hartlepool man has appeared in court accused of a number of alleged trade mark offences.

Tuesday, 19th November 2019, 1:25 pm
Updated Thursday, 14th May 2020, 12:45 pm

Kevin Winspear, 55, of Formby Close, appeared at Teesside Magistrates Court to face five counts relating to the sale, use and possession of alleged fake CDs and computer software and money laundering.

And Winspear is accused of converting criminal property, namely PayPal payments knowing or suspecting the payments in whole or in part had been obtained as a result of the supply of counterfeit or infringing CDs, DVDs and computer software.

No pleas were entered and the case was sent to Teesside Crown Court on December 13.

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The case was heard at Teesside Magistrates' Court in Middlesbrough.

Winspear was granted bail.