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A Milpitas family and three people who worked with them at a Santa Clara manufacturer of arcade games were charged with forging Pac-Man machines, officials said Thursday.
A woman, her son and her ex-husband, who together owned and operated the company called CoinOpStore, are accused of forging for a profit machines that played classics such as Galaga, Tank Battalion and five different versions of Pac-Man.
According to the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s office, the six defendants are:
Collectively, the six are charged with 14 counts of felony counterfeiting, prosecutors said. Officials said that the proceeds from the sale of the machines may be seized —including $1.2 million in cash, a 2012 Mercedes Benz, a 2015 BMW and five properties.
- Chun Chu Chang, 61, of Milpitas
- Kingsley Stewart Chang, 29, of Milpitas
- Bruce Michael Burton, 39, of Sunnyvale
- Kung Teh Chang, 59, of Milpitas
- Ryan Loesch, 45, of Folsom
- James Chian Chen, 67, of Arcadia