$15K bond for man arrested for selling fake World Series credentials

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CLEVELAND, Ohio --  The case of a man arrested for selling counterfeit credentials to the World Series is in the hands of the grand jury.

Phillip Harley, of Milwaukee, appeared in Cleveland Municipal Court Saturday morning on charges of trademark counterfeiting.  His bond was set at $15,000; he is being held in the Cuyahoga County Jail until further orders from the court.

Harley was arrested by Cleveland police Wednesday night with counterfeit badges that would allow someone to walk past security at Progressive Field.

Police records show he had a bank receipt showing an account with $170,000.

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