Authorities raided a home in Holly Springs and seized thousands of counterfeit C-D's and D-V-D's. They also arrested and charged 32-year-old Genevieve Rabina Flores with three felony counts involving pirated movies and music. Holly Springs police say they found nearly 35-hundred disks valued at about 60-thousand-dollars and computer gear for burning multiple disks. A vehicle containing disks was also seized at the home in southern Wake County. Police Chief John Herring credits neighbors with the successful raid. They had reported suspicious activity at the house, so officers obtained a warrant to enter it. Flores is being held in the Wake County Jail on a 30-thousand-dollars bond. An arraignment hearing was scheduled for today.
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