Natural Grocers Appoints Ian
Vernon to Manager of Loss Prevention
Grocers, a leading specialty retailer of natural and organic groceries, dietary
supplements and body care products has announced the appointment of Ian Vernon
as the Manager of Loss Prevention.
Ian will oversee the loss prevention program for the rapidly
expanding company as the store count grows from 116 to over 1,000 locations.
Ian Vernon reports
directly to Frank Daidone, VP of Operations. Ian was most recently a Regional
Manager of Asset Protection for Ralph Lauren. He was also a Loss Prevention
Manager for Follett Higher Education Group, Regional Loss Prevention Manager for
Babies R Us and a Loss Prevention Manager for Nordstrom.
Ian is a
stakeholder in Falcon Networks, a national communications, infrastructure and
security integrator. Ian was a Combat Engineer and Bridging Engineer in the US
Army Reserve. Congratulations Ian!
About Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage
by Vitamin Cottage, Inc. (NYSE: NGVC;
is a rapidly expanding specialty retailer of organic and natural groceries, body
care and dietary supplements. The company offers a flexible, neighborhood-store
format, affordable prices and free, science-based nutrition education programs
to help customers make informed health and nutrition choices. Founded in
Colorado in 1955, Natural Grocers has over 3,000 employees and operates more
than 100 stores in 19 states.
Terrorist Attack at Israeli Mall
4 killed, 6 wounded, 2 arrested in shooting at Tel Aviv shopping center
Two attackers identified as Palestinians opened fire Wednesday night at a
popular food and shopping complex near the Israeli Defense Ministry in Tel Aviv,
killing four Israelis and sending other patrons scrambling to safety. Two
terrorists were captured, Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said, with
one shot and the second arrested at the upscale Sarona Market.
was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, which Prime Minister
Benjamin Netanyahu called "a savage crime, murder in the heart of Tel Aviv."
Surveillance footage from a cafe near the shooting scene showed chaos as
panicked customers knocked over chairs and tables as they rushed to escape.
People crawled across the floor and others carried children in their arms. The
attackers were dressed as Hasidic Jews, said a law enforcement source briefed by
Sarona Market is a mixed-use development with a food hall, upscale retail,
playgrounds, green space and residences on a central highway. The market is
considered a "classic soft terror target."
The Jerusalem Post reported in April that Tel Aviv police wanted to close the
market because of "security flaws and safety shortcomings that present a risk to
the public's safety." But a spokesman for Gindi Holding, which built the
market, told The Post the complex would not be closed and that violations only
involved tables and chairs blocking entrances and exits and the way security
guards were inspecting visitors at the door.
Prevention Foundation announces NuTech National as Title Sponsor
NuTech National has recently been announced as the title sponsor and charter
member for the Loss Prevention Foundation's
Benevolent Fund. The fund helps to support and honor families of fallen LP
personnel in the industry. In addition to distributing funds to these families,
the LPBF in hand with NuTech National provide financial grants to eligible
participants who include those with serious medical issues, deaths of
dependents, natural disasters, homelessness, etc.
"We are extremely honored and happy to be a part of such a great cause for our
LP community and look forward to further contribution to help our community in
need," says Greg Detardo, President of NuTech National. "We know the importance
of LP personnel and will continue working to honor and support them."
Read more here.
ALL-TAG will Unveil the World's Smallest AM Label at the 2016 National Retail
Federation (NRF) Loss Prevention Conference & Expo - Booth #1520
ALL-TAG, a leading manufacturer of anti-theft Security Tags, Security Labels,
and other loss prevention products, will be unveiling their newest product, the
AM Security Label - Narrow, at the 2016 National Retail Federation (NRF) Loss
Prevention Conference & Expo. ALL-TAG has been supplying standard 58 KHz Acousto-Magnetic
(AM) Labels, which are an alternative to Sensormatic UltraStrip® III (DR)
Labels, for many years. They are now offering a narrower version to help
retailers protect more merchandise.
Sonitrol Continues Trend of Investment and Growth
Sonitrol, the leader in verified electronic security, provides customers
throughout the United States and Canada with customized, state-of-the-art
security solutions for intrusion alarms, access control, video surveillance and
fire detection. Continuing to build upon 52 years of innovation and service,
Sonitrol is proud to announce further investment and growth as a leader in the
security industry - including a new brand image, expanded franchise territories,
and climbing the charts of the SDM 100 rankings.
FedEx Waives Jury On Eve Of Drug Trafficking Trial
- Could potentially face fines up to $1.7 Billion
FedEx Corp. waived its right to a jury Wednesday on the eve of a federal
criminal trial in a case accusing the shipping company and its subsidiaries of
money laundering and drug trafficking for allegedly helping online pharmacies
send prescription drugs illegally ordered online, court records show.
FedEx Corp. and its subsidiaries FedEx Corporate Services Inc. and FedEx Express
were accused in a July 2014 indictment of colluding with two major online
pharmacies, the Chhabra-Smoley Organization and Superior Drugs, to knowingly
ship packages containing illegal drugs.
Prosecutors charged FedEx with 15 counts relating to trafficking controlled
substances and misbranded drugs, later adding three counts of conspiracy to
launder money. FedEx could be forced to return its gross proceeds of $860
million and be fined up to twice that amount, according to prosecutors.
Prosecutors say that FedEx management knew the company was delivering to addicts
and drug dealers after drivers complained that customers demanding pills were
stopping them on the road. The drivers said that deliveries were addressed to
vacant parking lots where multiple customers were waiting.
FDA targets unlawful internet sales of illegal prescription medicines during
International Operation Pangea IX
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, in partnership with international
regulatory and law enforcement agencies, announced that it took action this week
against 4,402 websites that illegally sell potentially dangerous, unapproved
prescription drugs to U.S. consumers. This effort was part of Operation Pangea
IX, the Ninth Annual International Internet Week of Action (IIWA), a global
cooperative effort, led by INTERPOL, to combat the unlawful sale and
distribution of illegal and potentially counterfeit medical products on the
9th Circ. Sends Back JPMorgan, CVS Workplace Seating Suits
The Ninth Circuit on Wednesday tossed lower court rulings denying class
certification to CVS Pharmacy Inc. cashiers and JPMorgan Chase & Co. tellers in
separate suits accusing the employers of not providing seating under California
law, ordering reconsideration in light of recent state Supreme Court guidance.
In separate orders, the federal appeals court reversed and remanded the actions
to the presiding district judge, handing a win to the putative classes of CVS
cashiers and Chase Bank tellers who accused their employers of violating a state
wage rule that requires them to provide seats if the "nature of the work
reasonably permits" the employee to sit.
Wal-Mart Seating Class Cert. Upheld By 9th Circ.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will have to face a class of workers accusing the company
of violating California law by failing to provide seats for its cashiers, the
Ninth Circuit said Wednesday in a decision that followed the state Supreme
Court's ruling clarifying the seating rule.
UK: Police Commissioner to address retail crime at conference next week
Police and Crime Commissioner Alison Hernandez will be opening the National
Federation of Retail Newsagents Annual Conference in Torquay next week, as well
as meeting with local independent retailers to discuss the impact that retail
crime has on their businesses. Independent retailers from all over the UK and
Ireland will be attending the conference where NFRN policy for the coming year
Charming Charlie posts Director of Loss Prevention job - based in Houston, TX
The Loss Prevention Director will implement shortage and safety related,
company- driven solutions designed to reduce losses through a combination of
applications which include data analysis, audits, training programs and
investigations. The role will develop and implement loss prevention, security,
and compliance programs in order to reduce shrink and create a positive shopping
experience for our customers and a safe working environment for our associates.
Founded in 2004, Charming Charlie, a women's contemporary jewelry and
accessories retailer, has grown to over $500M in sales and has more than 350
global retail stores across the United States, Canada, and the Middle East.
Retail Meltdown: Which Chains Are Closing Stores in 2016?
Target charges suppliers more to help offload unsold inventory
New York grocer Fairway Market gets Chapter 11 ruling
Soda tax may be coming to Philadelphia next
Same Store Sales Results
Restoration Hardware Q1 comp's up 4%, net revenue up 8%
Tailored Brands Q1 net sales down 6.4%
Men's Wearhouse comp's down 3.5%, sales down 3.2%
Jos. A. Bank comp's down 16%, sales down 17.4%
K&G comp's up 0.2%, sales down 1.3%
Moore's comp's down 3.9%, sales down 9%
Sears Canada Q1 comp's down 7.4%, revenue down 14.5%
Register Now for the 2016 ISCPO Conference
Expansion of Business"
Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO)
would like to announce that
registration is now open for its 2016 conference - "Global Expansion of
Business". The two day conference will be addressing topics related to
supply chain security, industry theft trends and investigations. There will
be a wide range of speakers from both private sector and public law
enforcement, speaking on topics that are currently affecting the global
supply chain. The event will also provide a great venue to network with
global industry peers, law enforcement, and select vendors. ISCPO members,
transportation/supply chain, asset protection/loss prevention professionals
and any other interested parties should consider attending.
conference will take place on Sept. 7-8 at
Fossil Corporate Headquarters
in Dallas, Texas.
information and to register, click
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NRF Op-Ed to Congress:
'Why don't banks care more about credit card security?'
Our nation's largest retailer, Walmart, recently moved to make debit card
transactions more secure by requiring that customers use the PIN when they use a
debit card that has a chip. Amazingly, Visa - which claims to care about
security - refused to allow Walmart to do that, and forced Walmart to go to
court to defend its right to protect its customers.
Americans should be outraged that their banks and credit card companies don't
care as much about card security as they claim. And why is that? Because the
major card companies have set up the system so they and the banks make a little
more money on average when they get people to sign. (Visa owns the largest
Slicing Into a Point-of-Sale Botnet
Last week, KrebsOnSecurity broke the news of an
ongoing credit card breach involving CiCi's Pizza
, a restaurant chain in the
United States with more than 500 locations. What follows is an exclusive look at
a point-of-sale botnet that appears to have enslaved dozens of hacked payment
terminals inside of CiCi's locations that are being relieved of customer credit
card data in real time.
Advance Auto Says No Harm, No Standing In Data Breach Suit
Advance Auto Parts on Tuesday pushed a Louisiana federal court to dismiss a
proposed class action claiming remedies offered to employees after a data breach
do not resolve the negligence that caused the incident, arguing there is no
evidence employees have suffered any harm.
The Virginia-based auto parts retailer said lead plaintiff and former employee
Walter Bradix IV, who along with a number of other workers allegedly had his
social security number and gross wages accessed from W-2's gained through a
phishing attack, has presented nothing in the litigation that gives him standing
to pursue the suit.
Is monitoring employee data the right move for retailers?
Wearables are giving employers the potential to measure worker productivity. But
should they? Consumers are already using Fitbits and other devices to track
their own biometrics and seek improvements in their personal lives. A view into
their workers' health indicators and habits could offer employers insights to
support happier and healthier staffs and ultimately improve productivity.
On the downside, making business decisions based on an employee's health, stress
levels or sleep patterns can be seen as discriminatory. The accuracy of many
wearable apps is also being questioned. The biggest hurdles to using wearables
to monitor employees are privacy and security. A CIO Magazine article noted how
storing reams of personal data about their employees would add another level of
the data-breach risks to corporations as well as the temptation to monetize that
New York: Governor Cuomo Signs ORC Legislation into Law
Andrew Cuomo today signed legislation that establishes in New York State statute
a first-ever definition of "organized retail crime theft." As many of you know,
this effort has been years in the making, complete with countless legislative
meetings, conferences and many hurdles along the way. Many thanks to those of
you who provided valuable input throughout the (long) process. While this is
certainly a major win, in our view, we are also looking at this new law as a
building block in continuing our efforts to combat instances of organized retail
crime throughout New York State.
The law defines "organized retail
theft crime" as "the crime of larceny, including by trick, fraud, embezzlement,
stealing or false pretenses, of retail merchandise in quantities that would not
normally be purchased for personal use or consumption, for the purposes of
reselling, trading, or otherwise reentering such retail merchandise in
commerce." In addition, the law will allow for prosecution of defendants for
criminal actions included in a pattern of offenses related to organized retail
crime (ORC) in any contiguous county where at least one offense has occurred.
The law goes into effect on November 1, 2016.
Click here to read the letter the Retail Council of New York State sent in
support, to Governor Andrew Cuomo's chief counsel by Retail Council President
and CEO Ted Potrikus.
Click here to read the entire bill.
LP Software to Exhibit New Innovative Incident Management Platform at NRF
PROTECT - Booth #1130
LP Software will exhibit their latest, most innovative products at
including Incident Management & Audit software, on June 14-16, 2016 in
Philadelphia, PA at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Visit LP Software at
booth 1130 to learn why they are the leading provider of Incident Management &
Take a spin!
LP Software wants you to stop by our booth #1130 and spin our wheel! Take a
chance to win one of our many prizes, meet our team & hear about our latest
Modernization of an already amazing product!
Our industry-leading innovative products offer not only LPMS- Loss Prevention
Management Software, but also CAMS- Compliance Audit Management Software, ERMS-
Employee Relations Management Software & SRMS- Service Request Management System
to provide a one-stop, state-of-the-art, centralized system to utilize
throughout your entire organization!
LP Software will be showcasing its latest platform: netTrack. netTrack is our
new platform for Incident & Case Management. It is completely customizable, user
friendly and quick to implement.
netTrack is specifically designed to track and manage any types of incidents
within your organization. Our solution provides a powerful incident and case
management application designed to help your organization increase productivity
to provide an impact on the bottom line. Benefits from implementing netTrack are
increased productivity, better management of data, greater visibility to all
incidents, and follow through to case resolution. netTrack is fully
customizable, user friendly, quick & cost-effective to implement. With the
addition of internationalization, netTrack can be utilized anywhere in the
world! Make sure to stop by and visit us an NRF Protect, booth #1130!
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LP Software, Inc. is committed to the development of best-cost, world-class
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Introduction with Gus Downing
LP Leaders Kickoff
Gus Downing, Publisher and Editor of the
D&D Daily and LPNN, introduces the LP Leaders portion of our "Live in NYC 2016
at the NRF Big Show" broadcast. Learn about the vision and mission behind retail
LP's only digital fast-break conference. With interview topics including Omni
LP, High-End Retail LP, Analytics, Organized Retail Crime, EMV, Cyber Security,
Critical Incident Management, and a host of other subjects - these videos offer
valuable insight and information from the leaders of the LP industry directly to
you - live and on-demand. Stay tuned!
LPNN Quick Take #15
Co-MC Amber Bradley
gives a shoutout to all the sponsors who helped make our broadcast possible. She
also previews what's to come. With surprise guests lined up throughout the
afternoon, who knows who you might see, or what you might hear! When you're
LIVE, anything can happen.
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There's No Business Like The
Cyber Fraud Business
Reitblat and his team
anticipated what's now our reality by monitoring the places on the dark web
where fraudsters communicate with each other and perfect their plans. There,
sometimes posing as bad guys themselves, they become part of conversations about
how to defraud merchants online. Reitblat's team, which includes top
cybersecurity talent from the Israeli military, then develops keen insight on
what he calls "cybercrime as a service."
"Thousands of devices - bots -
are now attacking thousands of merchants at a certain time and successfully
committing fraud. Since these bots are offered as a service to [the fraudsters],
it's now becoming way easier for them to commit online fraud than before
because of EMV migration," Reitblat added.
are also finding new, creative ways to automate the reselling of their goods in
one place by setting up their own eCommerce sites using basic platforms, which
is making cracking the fraud equation even more complicated.
"Fraudsters are moving online, fraudsters are automating. Fraudsters are
boosting their bottom line at the expense of yours."
Amazon pushes back against
fake reviews by suing sellers
Amazon took another
step to purge fake reviews from its site last week by suing three sellers for
using false accounts to post positive reviews about their products. According to
TechCrunch, Amazon is looking to permanently ban the defendants in the suit from
buying and selling on its website, and is also seeking all the profits the
sellers made on Amazon, attorneys' fees and damages exceeding $25,000. This is
the first time Amazon has sued sellers on its marketplace. The three cases
against sellers filed with the American Arbitration Association target merchants
that use "sock puppets" to provide overwhelmingly positive reviews on their
products. Amazon is stepping up its game for good reason: Many customers use
online reviews when evaluating a purchase, with 95 percent saying they have
consulted reviews in the past, according to research from PowerReviews.
Visa Gives Issuers New Tool
To Capture Digital Commerce Opportunity
Digital Commerce App, he said, will not only open the door for a deeper digital
engagement between FI and their customers but he hopes, shift the conventional
thinking about how to transact in a digital world. The Visa Digital Commerce App
is not a "wallet" but a "thin app focused on commerce" - essentially digitizing
Visa-branded cards in an issuer-branded experience.
Watch The Zellman Group's recent LPNN interview:
From Analytics and Civil
Recovery to eCommerce Fraud Detection and Operations,
The Zellman Group's proven solutions can provide
measureable results for companies of any size or
Stuart Levine, CEO, and Stan Welch, VP of Business
Development, talk about the latest investments the
company has made in both people and technology.
San Diego County, CA:
Suspects in 'High-End' SoCal Shoplifting Ring Busted; targeted Abercrombie &
Fitch, Hollister, Victoria's Secret and Gap
suspects in a high-end shoplifting ring were arrested Wednesday when authorities
served search warrants in South San Diego, Chula Vista and the Lake Elsinore
area. The arrests culminated an investigation that lasted more than two and a
half months and involved 11 documented theft cases spanning three states and
five counties in California. "The search warrants served were in support of the
investigation of a series of thefts at high-end retail stores, led by Lorena
Ramirez and Zakharias Karasoulas, both of whom have personally stolen an
estimated total of over $700,000 since 2011," said Detective Rene Kirchhoefer.
While serving the warrants, authorities recovered $12,000 worth of new and
tagged retail merchandise.
of Ammo stolen from Gander Mountain sold for Herion Addiction
Heroin sent Paul Goetz-Hoke, 28, and Daniel Ringle, 25, to
prison, each for 18 months to five years, but not for possession of the drug.
Both men stole thousands of dollars of items to support their drug addiction.
Judge Bill O'Grady has warned the impact of the very addictive drug is not just
to the user and families, but to the community as a whole. Goetz-Hoke pleaded
guilty to first degree retail theft and organized crime - both five-year
felonies. He and accomplice Kayla Wagoner,21, stole $14,419 worth of ammunition
from Gander Mountain and sold it to Coldwater Gun and Pawn for cash so he could
buy drugs. The thefts took place over 26 days in January, a box or two at a
time. The pawn shop owner became suspicious and called Branch County prosecutor
Ralph Kimble who notified police. Ringle stole $1,352 in liquor, four days in
February, from the Marathon Station in Bronson. He told Bronson Police there was
a "hit" out for him because of his drug debts.
NJ: Mahwah Police arrest Bronx man suspected in Home Depot theft ring
On Tuesday Mahwah Police was on routine patrol and observed two motor vehicle
violations being committed. Officer Boucher conducted a motor vehicle stop and
spoke with the driver who was later identified as Keith E. Long, of the Bronx.
Police also learned that the vehicle had a fictitious registration. Long was
transported to headquarters for further investigation and his vehicle impounded.
A search warrant was approved and a search of the vehicle was executed. Located
in the vehicle were a large number of merchandise return cards from various Home
Depot stores as well as numerous items which was later determined to have been
stolen/shoplifted from Home Depot stores outside of New Jersey.
County, FL: Polk County Deputies search for serial Shoplifter hitting area
Polk deputies say the serial shoplifter
hit this same store three times with little interest in the cash drawer.
Investigators say he's more concerned with lining his stomach than his pockets.
The suspect is seen on surveillance video stealing chips, soda, and honey buns.
"On the third time he came in, he's just stuffing his pockets. The owner says,
I've had enough of this and hit the button to lock his door," Polk County
Sheriff Grady Judd said Wednesday. Nothing was stopping this honey bun bandit
from bolting. He's seen on surveillance video barreling through the store's door
with his snacks in tow. While the crime may seem minimal, deputies say this
suspect can't seem to satisfy his sweet tooth. They believe he's hit a number of
convenience stores across Polk County.
Pinal County, AZ: Sheriff reports, Kyle
Jason Linton of Phoenix was arrested Monday on suspicion of organized retail
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Australia: Police shoot a Knife-wielding Psychiatric Patient outside Hornsby
As police called for him to drop his weapon
"he started running at the female officer." Graphic footage emerged on Thursday
night of the moments where the female officer opened fire on Jerry Sourian, 23,
as he allegedly ran at her with the knife in the packed shopping centre. Two
officers had arrived at the scene to calm Mr Sourian, who had been reported
missing from a nearby psychiatric facility a day earlier.
Buffalo, NY: Shotgun
wielding 16 year old holds up Dollar General, fled in a Taxi
Officers investigating an armed robbery at a Dollar General on West
Ferry say they arrested a teen with a firearm soon after investigation began.
Police say a 16-year-old robbed the store Tuesday with a shotgun just after 1:30
p.m., making off with money from the heist in a taxi used as a getaway vehicle.
Buffalo Police officers say they used surveillance cameras to track the suspect
as he fled, eventually arresting the suspect.
Disney World, FL: Disney
employee stole $112K from restaurant register
former part-time Disney employee is accused of pocketing more than $112,000
while she worked as a hostess at a restaurant in Magic Kingdom. Katie Marie
Miller, 29, told investigators she started taking the money by making fraudulent
cash refunds to help pay bills. It then became an addiction, she said. She
didn't realize how much she'd taken until Disney's financial analysts confronted
Johannesburg, South Africa: Beverly
Jewelers the victim of a Armed Robbery at the Pavillion Mall
Card and ID Theft
Brooklyn, NY: Gang busted for trafficking in guns,
drugs and fake credit cards; FBI seized a Fed-Ex package with 1300 cards
Fourteen people have been arrested on allegations of narcotics trafficking
and illegal weapons possession in the Cypress Hills Houses, an NYCHA complex in
East New York. Since November 2015, the FBI, NYPD and U.S. Attorney's Office
have been investigating the Back Side Crew, a local gang that took its name from
the section of the Cypress Hills Houses that borders Euclid Avenue, officials
reported. Some members of the gang allegedly self-identify as members of the
Crips street gang. The investigation also revealed firearms trafficking and a
large-scale fraudulent credit card scheme, the U.S. Attorney's Office added. The
FBI seized a Fed-Ex package shipped by a defendant that contained more than
1,300 fraudulently manufactured credit cards that bore no names.
GA: Police are overwhelmed with Identity Theft epidemic
Atlanta police say credit card information theft is an epidemic, with
thousands of local cases each year. And with so many complaints, police say it's
hard to investigate all of them in a timely manner. "We only have so many
detectives, but we have so many cases. And they work them as they get to them,"
said Sgt. Paul Cooper with the APD's Major Fraud Unit. "The U.S. does less than
25 percent of all credit card transactions worldwide, but we carry more than 50
percent of the fraud," Cooper said new statistics show. But police don't expect
credit card companies to do away with magnetic strips in the U.S. for at least
five more years.
Clinton, CT: Two Charged in
Clinton Crossing Outlet Credit Card Fraud
Charisma Wilson of Hamden and Nicholas Barbot of Brooklyn were arrested Tuesday
for a number of charges, including illegal use and production of credit cards,
according to the New Haven Register. The two were found by police in a car with
both a 3-year old child and multiple fraudulent credit cards. Seven fraudulent
cards were found in Barbot's name and nine in Wilson's name.
Lynn, MA: Romanian man arrested after installing a
skimming device on a Walmart card reader terminal
Emil Velcu and a male juvenile were arrested for allegedly stealing credit
card information at Walmart by attaching a skimming device over the card reader
at a cash register. Lynn Police responded to the store Tuesday. Security guards
determined that the skimmer had been in place for about 24 hours. Surveillance
video showed two suspects placing the skimmer on the check-out machine the prior
morning, said Lynn Police Lt. Rick Donnelly. Velcu, 22, and the 16-year-old
juvenile were arrested after being identified by witnesses and surveillance
photographs. Velcu told police he is from Romania and entered the country from
Mexico. His last known address is in New Jersey. The juvenile is from France.
Mt Juliet, TN: Maintenance Staff locates
skimming device on a pump at Shell station, device may have been active from May
27 to June 1
Cranbury, NJ: NJ State
Police net man accused of stealing $300K
cargo of shrimp
Police at about 6:15 p.m. on Tuesday stopped a trucker, 51-year-old Emilce
Rodriguez-Aguilar, of Homestead, Florida, for a traffic violation on the New
Jersey Turnpike. After learning that Rodriguez-Aguilar had an outstanding
criminal warrant out of South Plainfield, police arrested him without an
incident. Authorities eventually learned that Rodriguez-Aguilar had been wanted
for stealing the $300,000 cargo of shrimp from Preferred Freezer in Woodbridge
in November, 2015. He allegedly "obtained the cargo with valid pick-up order
numbers, but never delivered it to its intended destination," according to
Theft is Big Business for
Brazil Crime Groups
Since around 2012, cargo theft in these cities has spiraled out of control. It
is one of the fastest growing criminal practices in the country, with Rio and
São Paulo the worst affected cities. According to government reports, cargo
theft is estimated to cost companies in Brazil more than $558 million a year.
AT&T - Murfreesboro, TN - Burglary
Chevron - Colfax, WA - Burglary
CVS - Greenfield, IN – Robbery
Dollar General – Buffalo, NY – Armed Robbery
Dollar General – Bryan, TX – Robbery
Footprints – Plantation, FL – Armed Robbery
Kwik Shop – Hutchinson, KS – Robbery
Metro PCS – San Antonio, TX – Armed Robbery
Quick Stop – Columbus, OH – Shooting / 1 killed
Ugas – Miami Gardens, FL – Shooting / 1 killed
Verizon – San Diego, CA – Armed Robbery
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successful programs, trips, interviews, rollouts, virtually everything. Quite
frankly, it's also the lack thereof that leads to most failures. One cannot over
prepare for anything you do, but the key is, once prepped, having the faith in
yourself to pull it off. There's an imaginary line you cross when you get close
to the time you have to perform where you've got to put down the prep and relax
right before the game starts so to speak and just rely on your memory and
instincts to kick into gear. It's almost like you need time to let your brain
take a break right before the gun sounds so you can allow your focus to take
hold and your instincts to take over. Prep-Focus-Perform, what a rhythm!
Just a Thought,
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