Two men are accused of selling counterfeit Iron Maiden t-shirts outside a concert on Thursday.
Police reported the t-shirts being sold outside of Bridgestone Arena by Thomas Ingram, 52, and James Leone, 53, were each made with the likeness of Iron Maiden prints.
The prints were of a copyright photograph.
Both Ingram and Leone were stopped by authorities in the area.
Leone was spotted selling the shirts twice, and was in possession of a large quantity, police said.
Ingram reportedly told police he had sold 24 t-shirts.
They were each charged with one count of criminal simulation and are being held on $35,000 bond.