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David was previously Loss Prevention/Risk Manager, Outdoor & Action Sports for
VF Corporation. Prior to joining VF Corp. in 2011, he worked as Loss Prevention
Manager, Distribution and Logistics for Orchard Supply Hardware. David holds a
Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Management from Ashford University.
breaks out near Camden Yards in Baltimore during Freddie Gray protests - Stores
Vandalized, Looted A protest over the death of Freddie Gray, who was
critically injured in police custody, started peacefully with thousands marching
through downtown streets before the demonstration turned violent and volatile.
Just before nightfall, groups of protesters marched from City Hall to the Camden
Yards baseball stadium, where the Baltimore Orioles played the Boston Red Sox.
Fans were told to briefly stay inside the stadium until the police were able to
clear an intersection outside of the venue. Meanwhile, a smaller "splinter
group" looted a convenience store and threw tables and chairs through storefront
windows, shattering the glass. One group smashed the window of a department
store inside a downtown mall and, at one point, a protester tossed a flaming
metal garbage can toward a line of police officers in riot gear as they tried to
push back the crowd. Earlier, a group of protesters smashed the windows of at
least three police cars and got into fights with baseball fans outside a bar.
Police Commissioner Anthony Batts said roughly 1,200 officers were deployed
downtown and across the city to try and keep the peace. At least five officers
were injured and 12 people were arrested. Batts said he believes the "very
violent agitators" are not from Baltimore.
Wal-Mart, J.C. Penney and Children's Place sued by victims of 2013 Bangladesh
factory collapse Wal-Mart, J.C.Penney, The Children's Place and the
government of Bangladesh have been sued by victims and families of victims of a
garment factory collapse that killed more than 1,000 people two years ago.
lawsuit, filed in federal court in Washington, claims the retailers and the
government were aware of the unsafe conditions. When the eight-story building
collapsed on April 24, 2013, 1,129 people were killed and about 2,515 people
were injured. Many of the people were women and children. "Defendants knew, or
with the exercise of reasonable diligence, should have known, that the Rana
Plaza facility was not safe for human habitation," said the lawsuit filed
Thursday in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Retail defendants
breached their duty to workers in the building, the lawsuit claims, by failing
to implement standards and oversight mechanisms designed to ensure the health
and safety of workers who manufactured clothing for their stores. The complaint
said that retailers profit from the system of sourcing through subcontractors:
"Although retailer defendants, and other Western buyers, contain strong language
in their public policies against non-transparent subcontracting, factory owners
report that many buyers turn a blind eye to the subcontracting practice."
Protests mark Bangladesh garment factory collapse 2 years ago
About 2,000 survivors, some on crutches, and relatives of victims gathered
Friday at the ruins of a garment factory to commemorate the second anniversary
of the Rana Plaza building collapse, which took more than 1,100 lives. According
to Human Rights Watch, many retailers paid into the Rana Plaza compensation
fund, but only $21 million of the $30 million needed to compensate survivors has
been paid or pledged. Fifteen of the retailers whose labels were found in the
wreckage have yet to contribute, the rights organization says.
Gap, CVS and Target only retailers to make 'Corporate Responsibility List'
Corporate Responsibility Magazine is out with the 2015 version of its 100 Best
Corporate Citizens and only three, that's right, only three retailers were
worthy of inclusion on the list. Gap was ranked 24th, followed by 29th ranked
CVS Health and 75th ranked Target which received a yellow warning indicator for
its data breach. Ironically, CVS Health was lauded for its efforts to stop
selling cigarettes, yet cigarette-maker Philip Morris' parent company Altria,
the company whose products CVS Health no longer sells, was higher ranked at 25th
and unlike Target received no demerit for the fact that the products it
manufactures are directly linked to death and disease. To view the complete
Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee signs Attorney General Bob Ferguson's request
to renew, expand ID Theft Task Forces Gov. Jay Inslee today signed
into law Attorney General Bob Ferguson's request to renew and expand the state's
only cross-jurisdictional task forces that combat identity theft in Washington.
House Bill 1090, sponsored by Rep. Steve Kirby, D - Tukwila, passed both
houses unanimously; 48 to 0 in the Senate April 13, and 97 to 0 in the House
March 4. Its companion bill,
Senate Bill 5058, was sponsored by Sen. Joe Fain, R - Auburn. The law
reauthorizes the Financial Fraud and Identity Theft Task Forces established by
the Legislature in 2009. In addition to renewing the Spokane County task force,
it adds Snohomish County to the task force covering King and Pierce Counties.
"These task forces have been one of our state's best tools for combating ID
theft," said Ferguson. "Consumers lose billions of dollars every year to ID
theft and financial fraud. I'm pleased the Legislature has agreed to continue
providing this critical support for law enforcement."
Canada: 33 suspects charged in $2-million ID fraud ring
98 charges laid against 33 people in Montreal, Hamilton and Toronto. Police say
they have busted a sophisticated, nimble crime ring that used Internet malware,
impersonation, a master forger and a legion of drivers and runners to take over
the identity of hundreds of victims and steal at least $2 million from them and
their banks. And three of four possible key players are from Hamilton. The joint
forces probe dubbed Operation Springston resulted this week in raids in
Montreal, Hamilton and Toronto, and 98 charges laid against 33 people. Fourteen
were arrested and 19 are still being sought. Seven police services played a role
in an investigation they described as "complex" and "far reaching."
Romanian Police Break Up International Cyber-Gang that Stole Over $15M from
Banks Romanian authorities have detained 25 people who are suspected
of being members of an international gang of cyberthieves who hacked into banks,
cloned payment cards and used them to steal over $15 million. The group is
believed to have over 52 members of Romanian and other nationalities, and broke
into computer systems belonging to banks from Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory, and
Muscat, Oman, according to the Romanian Directorate for Investigating Organized
Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT).
3rd-party POS failure at Starbucks leads to global outage for several hours
The Seattle-based coffee company says it
has resolved a point-of-sale computer outage that struck stores in the U.S. and
Canada on Friday afternoon and evening. The outage made big news as baristas
around the country, unable to ring up transactions, started giving away coffee
at no charge, before the company announced that it would be closing stores
early. "The outage was caused by an internal failure during a daily system
refresh and was not the result of an external breach. We apologize to our
customers for this inconvenience," Starbucks said in a statement Saturday after
repairing the issue. The company's point-of-sale system runs on MICROS Simphony.
An apparent internal Starbucks incident report - posted on Reddit by a person
identified as a "corporate partner" - said "the main POS table was deleted,"
preventing any stores from logging in and ringing transactions.
Massive confusion at Apple - Less than a quarter of people who bought an Apple
Watch have actually received them It's clear by now that the Apple
Watch launch did not go as planned, with demand outstripping supply and vast
numbers of customers potentially waiting weeks for their new smartwatch to
arrive. Market research company Slice Intelligence has now put a number on this
- claiming that just 22% of Apple Watch buyers actually received their order by
this weekend, the official date when Apple said the watches would actually
become available. Meanwhile, amid widespread confusion as to the device's
availability, a source at Apple is telling us that the launch is being viewed
internally by some employees as a massive screw-up. Apple had decided to
ditch its traditional blockbuster launches, with retail chief Angela Ahrendts
telling staff in a leaked memo that "the days of waiting in line... are over."
Significantly, the Watch isn't even available to buy in store. While customers
can (but only with an appointment) try the device on in stores, there aren't any
units actually there to purchase, and there will not be for the foreseeable
future. This has caused serious confusion among customers, with Ahrendts
acknowledging in a video that retail staff have been "bombarded with questions"
from customers unable to understand why - despite the apparent "launch" - the
Apple Watch isn't actually available to buy.
Consumers are spending again - but they've gotten smarter about it
As retailers continue to see only modest sales growth even as gas prices have
fallen, the conventional wisdom has been this: Consumers are still cautious in
the wake of a bruising recession, and they're just not ready to open their
wallets yet. But what if shoppers' battlescars from the recession aren't quite
as bad as they've been made out to be? That's the case that MasterCard executive
Sarah Quinlan made in a presentation at the Global Retailing Conference in
Tucson on Thursday. Quinlan and her analytics team study billions of purchases
made on MasterCard's payment network - as well as with checks and cash - to
identify consumer spending patterns. And they've come to a different conclusion:
Shoppers aren't really that skittish; they're just spending their money
differently than they did before the recession.
Abercrombie & Fitch to tone down Ad Images
In an attempt to refresh the brand, Abercrombie is looking to shake off its ab-oriented
image. By the end of July, the brand, along with its sister brand Hollister,
will no longer use sexualized marketing tactics, including its famed shirtless
in-store models. "We have moved away from sexualized marketing," Mackenzie
Bruce, spokeswoman for Abercrombie, told Adweek. "Today, our marketing has
undergone a significant evolution. We are using mostly color images and are
focused on showcasing product and trends."
LVMH's Bulgari to Develop Dubai Hotel, Residences With Meraas
Bulgari SpA, the Rome-based jeweler and perfume maker, and Dubai developer
Meraas Holding LLC plan to build a luxury resort and homes on a manmade island
off the Middle Eastern city's shore. The development will include a 101-room
hotel, 20 hotel villas, 165 apartments, 8 penthouses, 15 mansions as well as a
50-berth marina and Bulgari yacht club, the companies said at a briefing on
NRF Protect Session - 'Unbreakable: How to Secure Your Supply Chain'
A lot can happen in the time it takes for a product to get from supplier to
customer: everything from simple theft to international piracy. With the typical
retail supply chain now stretching around the world and through cyberspace, how
can you best ensure loss prevention? LP professionals offer you a primer on the
essentials of supply chain security in the 21st century, from the logistics
involved in securing the transport of goods to government policies that help
protect the retail sector. This session at the upcoming NRF Protect Conference
features David Blackorby, VP Global Security Operations, Walmart Stores, Inc.
Starbucks plans 1,650 net new stores globally in 2015
Gymboree to close 30-40 stores, open 12
Sears Hometown launches 51-store refresh program
Meijer invests $50M to remodel 4 Ohio supercenter stores
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Contactless payment systems have weaknesses
Stolen EMV cards can be used to make payments below the amount required for a
PIN number, and stolen card details can possibly be registered with electronic
wallets, Matthew Ngu, engineering manager with RSA, said Wednesday in a
discussion on the security of contactless payment systems - including Apple Pay
and Google Wallet. He added that data gleaned from chip cards can be transferred
over to magnetic stripe cards, and went on to say that magnetic stripe cards
should just be phased out altogether. In the future, malware on an iPhone or
Android device could be an issue - "I haven't seen this yet, but it's certainly
a possibility," Ngu said, adding that he has already seen instances of
man-in-the-middle attacks against readers. Could an attacker simply walk
alongside someone and read an EMV card, possibly forcing random charges? Ngu
said it is possible, but that an attacker would have to be close. He explained
that the EMV standard requires the card to be about an inch from the reader, and
that amplifying the power could increase the distance to a "couple" of feet
Amazon.com product sales slow, but not services
Amazon.com's sales growth in the first quarter continued to outpace the overall
e-commerce growth rate, especially Web services, but expenses related to
interest and currency exchange caused the online leader to report a $57
million net loss. Total sales for the quarter ended March 31 increased 15%
to $22.72 billion but a strengthening of the U.S. Dollar caused a $1.3 billion
currency exchange headwind. In a statement that accompanied the first quarter
results, founder and CEO Jeff Bezos made no mention of the company's financial
performance aside from a reference to the Amazon Web Services division known as AWS.
"AWS is a good example of how we approach ideas and risk-taking at Amazon," Bezos said.
"We strive to focus relentlessly on the customer, innovate rapidly,
and drive operational excellence. We manage by two seemingly contradictory
traits: impatience to deliver faster and a willingness to think long term.
We are so grateful to our AWS customers and remain dedicated to inventing on
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Clarkesville man charged with stealing nearly $1 million in products from
Distribution Center in Jefferson Co, GAer in Jefferson Co, GA The Georgia Bureau of
Investigation charged Russell Scott Tittle, 42, of Clarkesville, with four
counts of cargo theft, a new law passed last year to combat the growing crime of
thefts at distribution centers, rail yards and sea ports, according to John
Cannon, GBI agent in charge of a special Major Theft Unit based in Conyers.
Tittle, who was employed by a company moving products at the distribution
center, remained in the Jackson County Jail on Friday without bond. The GBI
began its investigation in late January, soon after Reckitt Benckiser, a
40,000-square-foot distribution center in Jefferson, reported to Jefferson
police that two trailers full of products were missing, according to Jefferson
Police Investigator Sgt. James McNatt. Among the items missing in large
quantities congestion medicine, police said. The investigation led to the
recovery of between $750,000 to $800,000 of the $974,000 worth of stolen
products, which included over-the-counter medications and food. Investigators
were able to find leads in the case in nearby counties, including Franklin and
Macy's Robbery at Tuttle Mall, Columbus, Ohio caught on tape
On March 5, about 8:55 p.m., four unidentified subjects entered the south
entrance of Macy's at Tuttle Crossing & Hayden Run. They then went to the Men's
Polo department where at least 15-20 items of clothing were selected and taken
into dressing rooms. Seven minutes later the group left the store via the south
entrance, carrying large, filled shopping bags. Further review of the
surveillance footage shows that the three female suspects had previously been in
the Men's Polo department at which time they systematically rearranged pieces of
clothing on a certain rack and in areas that made it easier to steal when they
returned. The suspects are all black, three females and one male, and in their
late teens to early 20's. They were all wearing black & dark clothing.
'Tampa Bay's ORC Rings' Keeping Detectives Busy
As a Clearwater police officer, Lesa Phillips remembers encountering
shoplifters, many of them people down on their luck and stealing food to get by.
But in her new role this year as a detective in the department's economic crimes
unit, Phillips is investigating retail theft rings. "It's taken to a whole new
level," Phillips said, "and it's basically become a career for these people. In
Pinellas County, the Sheriff's Office is investigating a ring composed of more
than 10 people who are accused of stealing about $25,000 in merchandise from
stores in Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas, and then returning the items for
money, according to an arrest report. At least one arrest has been made.
Detectives declined to discuss the case because it is active. Smith, who
investigates retail theft in Tampa, said he encounters organized groups
regularly: most of the roughly 20 cases in his workload involve rings. Although
clothing and perfume are typical targets, sunglasses have also become popular
among thieves: So far this year, about $30,000 worth of sunglasses have been
reported stolen in Tampa, he said.
Biloxi, MS Man caught concealing over $1000 of merchandise at Belk
Police arrested a man Sunday afternoon on a charge of shoplifting more than
$1,000 worth of merchandise from Belk department store in Edgewater Mall.
Officers responded about 2:12 p.m. to a report from Belk loss prevention
employees, who said Bishari Waleed Epting, 37, concealed merchandise inside a
black plastic bag and attempted to exit the store, Lt. Christopher De Back said
in a release. The employees made contact with Epting as he tried leaving the
store. Police arrived and arrested Epting on a charge of felony shoplifting. He
is being held in the Harrison County jail in lieu of $25,000 bond.
Kentucky Woman indicted on Criminal Syndicate Charge/Organized Retail Theft
Perry County woman is facing a felony organized crime charge in an indictment
handed down this week. According to the indictment, handed down by a Pike Grand
Jury Wednesday, Stacey Lynn Combs, 36, of Eagle Branch Road, Hazard, is facing
felony charges of theft and engaging in a criminal syndicate in relation to an
incident which occurred last November. According to the indictment, on Nov. 12,
2014, Combs stole more than $500 worth of merchandise from Dollar General store.
The indictment also said that from July 2014 to November 2014, Combs acted with
two more persons in acquiring stolen merchandise for the purpose of reselling it
while maintaining a criminal syndicate.
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Fountain Valley, CA Police fatally shoot Rite Aid Burglar after he allegedly
grabbed officer's gun A police officer in Fountain Valley shot and
killed a man Sunday morning while responding to a reported burglary at a Rite
Aid. About 4 a.m., officers responded to the pharmacy in the Fountain Valley
Promenade shopping center on reports of a burglary in progress. When officers
arrived, they found the store's front door smashed and found the man inside
standing on a ladder. The man fought with officers as they tried to subdue him.
He bit one officer's arm and snatched another officer's handgun. Officers made
"repeated commands" for the man to drop the handgun, but he did not comply,
police said. The officer who had been bitten fired a single shot at the man, who
was transported to the hospital and later died, police said. Another officer
suffered a minor injury to the hand during the struggle. The police department
is investigating the incident along with help from the Orange County district
Target Employee Stabbed while trying to Thwart Shoplifter in D'Iberville, MS
A woman stabbed a Target employee who tried detaining her on suspicion of
shoplifting Sunday afternoon, police said. Officers responded to a report of a
shoplifting and assault about 3:34 p.m. at Target on Promenade Parkway. Deputy
Chief Clay Jones said Darnise Ladner was stopped by Target's loss prevention
team for shoplifting and, upon being escorted to the loss prevention office,
pulled out a knife and stabbed one of the store's associates in the abdomen and
back. Ladner tried to flee the store with the stolen merchandise, but other
store personnel detained her until police arrived, Jones said. The victim
transported himself to an area hospital where he was treated for his injuries
and released. Officers booked Ladner on charges of armed robbery and aggravated
Police investigate a Double Shooting near Walmart in Chattanooga, TN
Collegedale Police investigate a double shooting at the Ooltewah Crossing
Shopping Complex on Reagan Lane. That's the strip mall next to Walmart.
Authorities say a man came to the shopping center to speak with a woman who
works at one of the retail stores. Once she came outside, the two had some sort
of exchange, and then he shot the woman with a shotgun, before turning the
weapon on himself. Police said, "when the police arrived they had one party that
was deceased and another party with multiple gunshot wounds to the lower
extremities. The party with the lower extremities has been transported to a
local hospital." The woman survived surgery. The name of the man who committed
suicide has also not yet been released.
Man shot in face during gas station melee in Gainesville, FL
Two men were arrested Sunday morning after an altercation between two groups of
people at a convenience store resulted in shots being fired, leaving one victim
with a gunshot wound to the face that required surgery. Gary E. King was shot
during a melee outside of a Kangaroo convenience store at 1255 W. University
Ave. and was taken to UF Health Shands Hospital, where he underwent surgery.
King was discharged from the hospital later Sunday, according to police. At
around 2:30 a.m. Sunday, a GPD sergeant witnessed two groups of people fighting
outside the Kangaroo convenience store and heard gunshots being fired.
Burglars try, fail to break into Burberry on Chicago's Magnificent Mile
Burglars tried to break into the Burberry store on North Michigan Avenue early
Sunday morning but fled before managing to grab any of the high-end plaid
merchandise. About 2:50 a.m. Sunday, the would-be thieves forced their way into
one of the building's doors in the alley off the 600 block of North Michigan
Avenue. When they pried open the door, a burglar alarm was triggered, prompting
the burglars to flee. The door led to a stairwell inside the building, and the
burglars never made it into the actual store.
Hiding man robs Harbor Freight in Battle Creek, MI at closing
Battle Creek police are searching for a man who hid inside Harbor Freight Tools
and then robbed employees of $8,000 in cash as they were closing. Officers were
called about 9:30 p.m. Saturday to the store at 30 S. 20th St. Employees said
they were closing the business and that the man wearing a ski mask and gloves
and carrying a small handgun had been hiding inside and emerged and demanded the
deposit money. He took the cash and left through a rear door. Police said he
fled on a bicycle.
Two Injured When SUV Crashes Into Deals Discount Store In Queens, NY
An SUV crashed into a store in Queens on Sunday. It happened around 4:30 in the
afternoon, at the intersection of Rockaway Boulevard and 109th Avenue. Two
people were injured, but not seriously, police said. The crash came as a shock
for shoppers at the South Ozone Park discount store. The SUV finally came to a
stop on a bed of broken glass and crushed display shelves in the store's toy
Arrest made in South Carolina's Grand Strand Arson investigations
Authorities say a 21-year-old man charged with setting two fires along the Grand
Strand is likely responsible for dozens of fires around Murrells Inlet and
Garden City Beach the past two years. Horry County Police said Ryan Casiere was
arrested Friday afternoon and charged with fires set in the trash bin near a bar
and at a home under construction. Arrest warrants also connect Casiere to dozens
of other arson cases with fires set in a grocery store bathroom and a mattress
store along with several trash bins and in the beds of pickup trucks. The fires
started in late 2012.
St John's NF, CN Man Who Sent Sobey's Security Guard to Hospital in Court Today
A man accused of sending a supermarket security guard to hospital is appearing
in court today. Derek Oliver is alleged to have roughed up the guard, who was
treated for his injuries and released. The incident happened at Sobey's on
Ropewalk Lane around 9:30 Friday night, and with help from people who were in
the store at the time, RNC were able to apprehend Oliver. He has been charged
with assault, theft under $5,000.
UK: Suspected shoplifter falls from second floor window 20ft onto pavement in
front of horrified passersby A passerby captured the dramatic fall on
camera as it happened, at a branch of the upmarket cosmetics store Molton Brown
in the City of London this morning.
North Vernon, IN Police arrest 2 with over $1000 in Counterfeit bills
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