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April 25, 1997 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Oakley Inc., maker of fashionable sunglasses, said that a major counterfeiting operation has been shut down following a six-week investigation. The Carson-based counterfeiting ring, operating under the name Spenser Products, was broken up by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department in a raid last week, the company said. About $10 million worth of copycat sunglasses, T-shirts, hats, computerized embroidery machines, printing equipment and other goods were seized.
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April 25, 1997 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Oakley Inc., maker of fashionable sunglasses, said that a major counterfeiting operation has been shut down following a six-week investigation. The Carson-based counterfeiting ring, operating under the name Spenser Products, was broken up by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department in a raid last week, the company said. About $10 million worth of copycat sunglasses, T-shirts, hats, computerized embroidery machines, printing equipment and other goods were seized.
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December 10, 1985 | ROBERT HANLEY, Times Staff Writer
In a crackdown on tax evaders following California's tax amnesty program, a Garden Grove businessman has been arrested on multiple felony charges stemming from what police and state Board of Equalization officials allege was deliberate under-reporting of $590,000 in sales tax revenue by his company. The arrest by Garden Grove Police on Thursday of Dragan Carl Drndarski, president of King of Solid Oak Inc.
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May 28, 1987
Oak Industries Inc. has agreed to sell its Croven Crystals Ltd. unit to Datum Inc. of Anaheim for cash and Datum stock warrants, the companies announced Wednesday. Sale price of Croven, which makes high frequency quartz crystals for commercial and military applications, was not disclosed. Oak acquired controlling stock of Croven and two other companies from Electronic Technologies Inc. of New York on April 10. The three units had combined 1986 sales of $18 million.
BUSINESS
May 28, 1987
Oak Industries Inc. has agreed to sell its Croven Crystals Ltd. unit to Datum Inc. of Anaheim for cash and Datum stock warrants, the companies announced Wednesday. Sale price of Croven, which makes high frequency quartz crystals for commercial and military applications, was not disclosed. Oak acquired controlling stock of Croven and two other companies from Electronic Technologies Inc. of New York on April 10. The three units had combined 1986 sales of $18 million.
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December 10, 1985 | ROBERT HANLEY, Times Staff Writer
In a crackdown on tax evaders following California's tax amnesty program, a Garden Grove businessman has been arrested on multiple felony charges stemming from what police and state Board of Equalization officials allege was deliberate under-reporting of $590,000 in sales tax revenue by his company. The arrest by Garden Grove Police on Thursday of Dragan Carl Drndarski, president of King of Solid Oak Inc.
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