From the original story at SFGate.Com: http://www.sfgate.com/crime/article/Prosecutors-6-charged-with-making-fake-Pac-Man-11749616.php
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 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:
Chun Chu Chang, 61, of Milpitas
Kingsley Stewart Chang, 29, of Milpitas
Bruce Michael Burton, 39, of Sunnyvale
Kung Teh Chang, 59, of Milpitas
James Chian Chen, 67, of Arcadia
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.