Brown, CFI was named Loss Prevention Manager/Director for N.E.N (National
Laura has held a
number of loss prevention manager jobs for such retailers as Bed Bath & Beyond
(Area LP Manager), Limited Brands/Victoria's Secret (Regional LP Manager), EZ
Corp (Regional LP Investigator & Manager), Alco Stores (Regional LP Manager),
Big Lots, Inc. (District LP Manager) and Quality Stores, Inc. (Regional LP
Manager). Congratulations Laura!
Bock was named Director of Loss Prevention for Phantom Fireworks.
Randy was previously the Regional LP Manager for
Aeropostale, Inc for over three years before earning this new role. He has also
worked for such retailers as Family Dollar, as Senior Regional LP Director, Bed
Bath & Beyond as District LP Manager and Neiman Marcus as Operations/LP Manager.
Retail and restaurant loss prevention have more in common than you think
At the NRF PROTECT Loss Prevention Conference and Expo, executives from Au Bon
Pain, Panera Bread and Five Below showed how comparable the approaches to asset
protection can be.
Joe Sherman, director of loss prevention at Au Bon Pain, described how
he's worked to overcome being a loss prevention department of one. Sherman has
committed himself to breaking through silos to connect with internal
departments. Operations, facilities, marketing and others are working more
closely than ever with the loss prevention side of the organization.
The challenge for Mike Keller, manager of loss prevention analytics at Panera
Bread, is very much the same. "Our team's structure and roles come from
experience and observations in retail," he said. Keller is one of three loss
prevention professionals for the company, whose team was built on optimizing its
execution of exception-based reporting. Data from those reports have helped
educate other teams at Panera, at the corporate and store level, on how to spot
and reduce food cost problems - akin to inventory shrink for non-food retail.
Challenges presented by limited resources require outside-the-box thinking. Five
Below Senior Director of Asset Protection Gregg Smith used a clip from the film Moneyball to ask the audience: How can you look at processes differently
analytically - to maximize resources? "It's not about focusing on 100 things,"
Smith said. "It's about focusing on a few things and streamlining those
Retailers reconsider metal detectors, wands, and other security measures
following Orlando mass shooting
Industry executives say the scope of the Orlando attack may lead more U.S.
businesses, especially big ones, to invest in physical security measures already
in place at sports stadiums, government buildings and airports. Those
include upfront expenses like equipment and training as well as ongoing costs
such as wages for guards.
Disney, for example, already has metal detectors at its theme parks as of 2015.
So did Sea World and Universal Orlando, and all three theme parks have stepped
up security since the Orlando attacks. (Disney's alligator attack not
This week, a large U.S. retailer contacted First Texas Products to launch a
test of its hand-held security wands, which start at around $100 each, in 50
stores. "They specifically mentioned the Orlando shootings," Walsh said in an
email. He declined to name the client.
Michael Gips of ASIS International, an association that represents more than
35,000 security professionals worldwide, said many businesses "roll the dice"
over physical security.
ASIS International estimates U.S. private sector spending on security goods
and services jumped 18% to $377 billion in 2015 from 2013 and is "pushing $400
billion" this year, Gips said. Much of that growth has been driven by
spending on surveillance equipment and on cyber protections following
high-profile data breaches, such as the one that hit retailer Target in 2013.
Ex-TJ Maxx VP Settles SEC Claims He Traded On Inside Info
A former regional vice president at retailer T.J. Maxx made a deal with the
Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday to settle allegations that he
bought stock in its parent company before favorable financial announcements -
and then sold it quickly for a profit, according to papers filed in
Massachusetts federal court. James Hannon, while not admitting or denying the
allegations, agreed to disgorge $26,679 in profits along with $3,008 in
prejudgment interest, according to an agreement filed Monday. In addition, he
consented to pay a civil penalty of $26,679, according to the court papers.
NJ Mall Insurer Looks To
Force Coverage Over Atty Shooting
for The Mall at Short Hills has sued another carrier to wrangle additional
coverage in the fatal shooting of an attorney during a 2013 carjacking at
the New Jersey property, arguing that coverage for the mall's security
contractor extends to the mall's owners.
National Surety Corp. wants
a court ruling that First Specialty Insurance Corp.'s $2 million policy
applies equally to both the mall's owners, Michigan-based
Taubman Centers, Inc., and the security company, and that FSIC has a
"continued duty to defend" Taubman for the claims asserted in a lawsuit from
the widow of attorney Dustin Friedland.
National Surety is an excess
insurer for Taubman, while FSIC provides coverage for security company
Universal Protection Service LLC, according to the complaint filed June
6 in Essex County Superior Court.
The coverage issue is tied to the
lawsuit Jamie Schare Friedland filed in March 2014 against Taubman,
Universal Protection and other defendants in connection with the Dec. 15,
2013, killing of her husband at the upscale mall in Millburn. Taubman was
included as "additional insured" under the FSIC policy, the complaint
But FSIC has said it will only pay up to the $2 million
policy limit on behalf of Universal Protection or Taubman, but not equally
on behalf of both entities, according to the complaint. Once the insurer
hits that limit to pay for judgments or settlements, FSIC claims "its right
and duty to defend the mall defendants ends," the complaint states.
The 'Active Shooter' Is
Never Far Away
Furniture Makers New Frontier
Ballistic Furniture Systems, have been developing for five years:
bullet-resistant panels that could be fitted inside chairs, cubicles and
doors. For furniture makers, "security is the big new frontier." "A
21st-century solution to saving lives and reducing injuries to innocent
people in public spaces during an active-shooter event." nytimes.com
Wegmans facing $140K
fine after workplace injury
Buffalo-area office said on Monday that the grocery store chain failed to
train employees on how to properly turn off and clean a conveyor belt and
roller system at its Brooks Avenue bakery, where a woman broke several bones
in her arm and hand in December.
He said the agency has repeatedly
cited Wegmans for issues at its bakery, including incidents in 2015 where
suffered a first-degree burn and another lost a portion of a finger. OSHA
also has cited Wegmans in
2007, 2010 and 2011 for other work-related hazards.
Bass Pro Loses 5th Circ. Bid to Escape Discrimination Suit
Bass Pro Outdoor World Inc. lost its bid to dodge allegations from the U.S.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission of hiring discrimination against
minorities in the Fifth Circuit on Friday, with a panel affirming the agency
could seek damages while alleging a pattern of discrimination. The EEOC alleges
Bass Pro violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act by failing to hire black or
Hispanic employees. In April 2010, the company issued a letter of determination
saying it had identified at least 100 people who were victims of discriminatory
hiring and filed the lawsuit the following fall, without naming the individuals.
Connections Team Visits the LPRC Innovation Lab
This past week, the
Prevention Research Council was visited by the
CCI team here at the iLab! Spending
a full day with us, the CCI team, alongside Garret King, LPRC's Technical
Advisor, were able to collaborate on the latest technology integrations and
plan for Innovation Lab 3.0. As new technology and installations are made here
in the LPRC lab, CCI will be there to make sure all systems are running
smoothly. Thank you CCI team for making this year's innovation lab the best yet!
Walt Disney Company post
Principal Safety Professional (Project Hire) in Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Last Wednesday Disney posted this job in Florida. This role is required to
use sound technical judgment to assess, analyze, identify and solve a broad
spectrum of safety issues across a diverse group of Walt Disney Parks and
Resorts businesses. brassring.com
Sobey's grocery stores
in Calgary, AB, Canada post Director Loss Prevention position
Sobeys Inc. is a proudly Canadian company with 108 years in the food
business. Sobeys Inc. serves the food shopping needs of Canadians with
approximately 1,500 stores in all 10 provinces under retail banners that
include Sobeys, Safeway, IGA, Foodland, FreshCo, Thrifty Foods, and Lawton's
Drug Stores as well as more than 350 retail fuel locations.
Prevention Director will communicate the strategic direction and vision for
the Loss Prevention Department. The Director will coach and develop the team
to effectively manage security operational needs. Actively support an
environment of employee and customer engagement.
Marriott post four
Director of Loss Prevention positions at properties in Bethesda, NYC, New
Orleans, and Chicago
FMI and Prometric
Partner to Enhance Food Safety Certification in Food Retail Stores
Neiman Marcus needs
money - The chain, according to New York Post is looking for a buyer
Brussels on high alert after terror suspect arrested with salt and
biscuit-filled 'bomb belt' at shopping centre
Hastings declares bankruptcy; business for sale
Feds Drop $1.6B Drug Trafficking Case Against FedEx in Middle of Trial
GNP Company recalls more than 55,000 pounds of chicken products
Store Sales Results
Rite Aid Q1 comp's up 0.4%, pharmacy
comp's up 0.1%, front-end comp's up 1.2%
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Chargebacks are Spiking
Small Retailers $10k to $15k in Weekly
Large Retailers $1M in Weekly
Since the October 2015 EMV liability shift, many retailers are experiencing
an outrageous increase in chargebacks, mostly erroneous. Mike Lindberg,
payment solutions manager at CHS Inc., commented at the 2016
Conexxus Annual Meeting
in May that some smaller retailers have reported
a $10,000 to $15,000 increase in chargebacks per week, while larger
retailers are experiencing $1 million in chargebacks per week.
can't imagine what will happen at the pump come October 2017," said
Lindberg, adding that the No. 1 chargeback reason code since October 2015 is
"merchandise not received." Some retailers are even seeing multiple
chargebacks on the same credit card. Lindberg said CHS has ramped up its
chargeback processes since so many are questionable, noting that retailers
can also implement other processes, like transaction risk scoring and zip
code entry, that allow them to combat this type of fraud.
Do third-party vendors
have a bullseye on their backs?
are so many different kinds of third parties, identifying whether they do or
don't have the right infrastructure or security protocols can be a
challenge. Moreover, doing the proper due diligence needed to vet
third-party vendors can be costly and time consuming.
As so many
organizations rely on a variety of different providers, third parties can
become the gateways to the network. In order to mitigate the risk of a
breach from a third party, enterprises need to design a vetting process and
understand the language of the service-level agreemen in order to best
evaluate their contracts. csoonline.com
Boards ready to fire
over bad security reporting
If CISOs don't do
a good job of communicating, 59 percent of board members said that the
security executives stand to lose their jobs, according to
a new survey released.
It marks an inflection point in how the
boards look at cybersecurity, he said.
Previously, boards looked at
breaches as an act of God or natural disaster, he said, or just fired the
CISO even if the breach was not something they could have prevented. "Now
they're treating it as a risk management concern," he said. "It's a mind
CISOs are expected to have good security processes
in place, to do their due diligence, and to take care of the fundamentals. csoonline.com
FAA completes landmark rules for commercial drones
New drone rules from the Federal Aviation Administration limit small commercial
drone operations to daylight hours and require operators to get certified every
two years. The rules, made public Tuesday, mark the FAA's first attempt at a
comprehensive plan to ensure the popular remote-controlled aircraft can safely
share the skies with commercial craft.
The FAA's 624-page rulebook allows commercial drones weighing up to 55 pounds
to fly during daylight hours and lower than 400 feet in the air. The aircraft
must remain within sight of the operator or an observer who is in communication
with the operator.
The operators must be at least 16 years old and pass an
aeronautics test every 24 months for a certificate.
FAA Administrator Michael Huerta said evening operations will be allowed if the
aircraft carries lights visible for 3 miles. Night-time flights, flights beyond
what the operator can see or flights over people not associated with the
operation could be approved by waiver if the applicant demonstrates how the
flights will be safe, Huerta said.
The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, a trade group,
projected 70,000 jobs and $13.6 billion in economic impact will be created in
the U.S. three years after drones are allowed to fully share the skies. For
example, Amazon, Google and Walmart are each testing using drones for
Cisco launches $10M cyber security scholarship
Research indicates there will be a global shortage of two million cyber security
professionals by 2019. To help close this security skills gap, Cisco is
introducing a $10 million Global Cybersecurity Scholarship program and
enhancements to its security certification portfolio. Cisco will invest $10
million in a two-year Global Cybersecurity Scholarship program to increase the
pool of available talent with critical cybersecurity proficiency. The company
will offer training, mentoring and certification that align with the Security
Operations Center Analyst job role.
Samsung to make big
IoT push in the U.S.
Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP) Now Live in Durham and Kernersville, N.C.
Vector Security customers will benefit from
improved accuracy and speed of emergency response
PITTSBURGH, June 21, 2016 - Now that Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP)
is live in Durham and Kernersville, North Carolina, many homes and businesses
that use monitored alarm services - including nearly 1,700 Vector Security
customers - will benefit from the technology that improves the accuracy and
speed of emergency response.
ASAP works by delivering alarm notification information from central monitoring
stations directly to public safety answering points (PSAPs) via computer, rather
than by phone. This eliminates the need for communication between monitoring
centers and 911 operators, resulting in faster emergency response and reduced
errors. It also allows better allocation of resources for responding agencies.
Transmitting data electronically speeds up alarm notification delivery, and
reduces the number of phone calls and processing time. It also eliminates human
error and miscommunication between operators because all pertinent data goes
directly to first responders within seconds.
to PSAP was created in partnership with the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA)
and the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO), with
Vector Security President and CEO Pam Petrow co-chairing the steering committee.
Vector Security was the first alarm company to use ASAP in the City of Richmond,
VA in 2012.
"ASAP allows first responders to answer emergencies faster due to improved speed
and accuracy of information transmitted," said Bill Hobgood, an ASAP
implementation consultant to both Durham and Kernersville. "This saves precious
time in an emergency, helping us better protect the community. Vector
Security worked with us on extensive testing on this project."
Read more here.
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Fighting ORC in
Closing The Prop. 47 Loophole That's Boosting Organized Crime
By Assemblyman Tom Lackey
Assembly, 36th District
Tuesday, June 21st, 2016
California voters passed Proposition 47 in 2014, they did it with good
intentions. By changing non-violent crimes like theft, forgery, and drug
possession from felonies to misdemeanors, voters hoped to focus corrections
resources on hardened criminals, while funding crime prevention programs and
rehabilitating low-level offenders.
Unfortunately, the reality of
Prop. 47 hasn't lined up with the lofty expectations. Career criminals have
found loopholes in the law that allow them to avoid facing any serious
consequences for their behavior. For example, organized crime groups have
exploited the reduced punishments for property crimes, causing that type of
offense to spike dramatically.
Shoplifting, in particular, has
exploded under the new sentencing rules. While some consider it a minor
crime, retail theft has real consequences for its victims. This is
especially so for small, locally owned businesses, which already face a
razor-thin profit margin. Right now, as long as a shoplifter only steals
$950 worth of goods at a time, they cannot be charged with a felony.
Organized crime groups have figured this out, sending low-level criminals on
multiple shoplifting trips with little fear of a lengthy jail sentence if
caught. Business owners have even reported thieves walking in with
calculators to ensure they stay under the $950 threshold. In some areas, the
situation has gotten so bad that the police have stopped arresting
shoplifters because they don't face any jail time.
To fight this,
Assemblyman Scott Wilk and I have introduced a bill that would fix Prop. 47,
close this loophole, and allow law enforcement to fight organized crime. If
this reform is enacted, it would allow prosecutors to charge a shoplifter
with a felony if they are found to have stolen more than $950 worth of goods
over the course of six months. It would also allow prosecutors to go after
growing shoplifting syndicates with conspiracy charges - a charge that
carries far more weight than misdemeanor theft.
This bill would not
make a felon out of a teenager caught stealing a soda. When voters passed
Prop. 47, they were clear they didn't want that. What it would do is give
the police and prosecutors the tools they need to fight organized criminals
that prey on businesses. It's a common-sense measure that respects the
spirit of Prop. 47 while protecting people from sophisticated criminals.
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Tom Litchford, VP Retail
Technologies, & Bob Moraca, VP Loss Prevention, NRF
The National Retail Federation has helped lead
the way in the cybercrime fight, lobbying tirelessly in Washington on behalf of
retailers and helping to steer the EMV efforts nationwide. With the October 2015
liability shift come and gone, Tom
Litchford, VP Retail Technologies, and
VP Loss Prevention, of the NRF tell us about the many challenges merchants still
face. With fraud shifting online, chargebacks spiking through the roof, and
customers confused about the whole thing, learn what retailers are doing to
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U.K. Businesses Lose 1
Billion Pounds ($1.6B USD) in Online Fraud,
'Mandate Fraud' on the Rise
U.K. businesses lost 1.1 billion pounds (USD $1.6 billion) in the 12 months
ending March 2016, according to a report from government fraud reporting
agency Action Fraud and fraud prevention initiative Get Safe Online.
The number of cybercrimes reported to Action Fraud increased 22 percent
during that time. While many of the crimes are phishing scams or
internal fraud perpetrated by employees, a pernicious cousin of account
takeover has become especially "worrying," officials said. Subscription
businesses and their customers are increasingly falling victim to "mandate
Mandate fraud occurs when a fraudster contacts the
customer of a subscription business and gets them to change a direct debit
or other recurring payment and send that payment to a new destination-an
account controlled by the thief. All the customer knows is that the product
never arrives the next month or a membership has been canceled. All the
retailer knows is that the customer stopped payment. While there is no
direct loss from a chargeback perspective, the stream of revenue is
interrupted, perhaps permanently. Reported cases of this form of
fraud rose 66 percent in the period under examination compared to
the year before, according to Action Fraud.
More retailers offer
online returns for in-store purchased goods
More retailers are now adopting a new practice in which people that bought
things in-store can ship them back without actually getting back into the
Those are the results of a new survey for Omnico by retail
specialists Martec International. It says that out of 31 surveyed UK
retailers, 30 per cent will enable this new feature in the near future.
Currently, almost three quarters (74 per cent) don't offer this service.
Extra sales that can be generated when customers come into the store to
collect goods they purchased online, is not something many retailers
recognize, the report also said. Just six per cent said they'd invest in
omni-channel technology for this reason.
Amazon to open 3rd
bookstore outside Portland
Castle Hills, TX: Suspected
credit card thief sought by police after $16,300 in illegal purchases
A suspected credit card thief caught on surveillance
video is being sought by Castle Hills Police after allegedly making $16,300 in
illegal purchases in four days, from late February to early March. Police Chief
Wayne Davis said by allegedly using that one stolen credit card, "We've had a
minimum of 24 illegal purchases from Target to O'Reilly's, Home Depot, Best Buy
Omaha, NE: Nearly $18K worth
of snakes, rats taken from Pet store
video shows a burglary being committed at Bart's Exotic Pets early Friday. The
intruder collected eight ball pythons, including one valued at $5,000, in a
little more than a minute and a half. The suspect also stole $1,500 in frozen
rats. Store owner says he believes the thief is a former customer. He intends to
press charges. Everson says the ball python is a constrictor snake found in
sub-Saharan Africa. Growing from 3 to 5 feet, it's the smallest of the African
pythons and is popular in the pet trade because of its typically docile
MD: Warrant issued in $8,000 theft case at Queenstown Premium Outlets
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Siobhan Springer of Nottingham,
Md., in connection with fraudulent purchases made March 4 at Queenstown Premium
Outlets. Springer is charged with multiple counts of theft under $1,000, theft
over $1,000, forgery and identity theft, according to the Queen Anne's County
Sheriff's Office. Purchases were made by the suspect in numerous stores at the
Outlets using several fraudulent credit cards, according to Lt. Dale Patrick.
"At the St. John's store, an employee requested the woman to provide
identification for the purchase of a $1,470 jacket," Patrick said. "Feeling
something was amiss, she flagged the transaction and was later able to ID the
suspect. When the receipt of the transaction was returned as fraudulent the
Sheriff's Office was contacted." Detectives were able to locate additional
transactions for merchandise or gift cards at other stores at the Outlets as
well as two financial institutions. Victims included Yankee Candle, Kay
Jewelers, J. Crew, Polo, Calvin Klein, St. Johns, Coach, Gymboree, NASA Federal
Credit Union and USAA Savings. In all, more than $8,000 was charged on the
CA: 2 men make second run at home improvement theft
Two men entered a Vacaville home improvement store Saturday afternoon and
stole thousands of dollars worth of merchandise, according to police. But that
wasn't enough. After making a successful getaway, police said the pair returned
hours later in a second try at more merchandise. This time a loss prevention
agent recognized both and called Vacaville police.
UPDATE: Mistrial declared for former prison officer
accused of stealing $100,000 of NASCAR merchandise at Daytona
SShannon Lee Wiggins, 47, of South Daytona who is charged with dealing in stolen
property. Wiggins was a major at Tooke Correctional Institution near Daytona
Beach and was in charge of hiring corrections officers to work at the Daytona
International Speedway until he was arrested in December 2013. Wiggins is
accused of stealing a variety of items from a racetrack vendor, including hats,
model race cars, clothing and Fan Vision scanners. Wiggins is expected to go on
trial Tuesday but faces other trials on grand theft and dealing in stolen
GA: $30,000 Financial fraud suspects arrested after I-75 stops
Three Chicago women and a Virginia man face
credit card fraud charges and remain in jail in two separate cases in Turner
County. The women were found with stolen credit cards. The man had tens of
thousands of dollars of merchandise, stolen credit card info, and the
machine to make the cards. Turner County sheriff Andy Hester demonstrated
how thieves print your credit card info on new cards. More than a dozen of
these cards are now evidence. "They've probably bought $30,000 worth of
merchandise," said Sheriff Hester. That includes four Canon cameras valued
at $900, diamond rings valued nearly $5,000, and a whole stack of new apple
products. The credit card fraud ring was busted after a traffic stop on I-75
last month. Authorities say that's how most of these cases start.
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San Antonio, TX: Theft
suspect running from Walmart store is hit,
killed by car on Loop 410
Police say a man was hit and killed by a car on Loop 410 as he tried to
run away from a Walmart security employee on Tuesday morning. According to
police, the man was caught shoplifting inside the Walmart store at Loop 410
and Ray Ellison when he was confronted by a loss prevention officer. He ran
out of the store, up the embankment of Loop 410 and onto the main lanes of
the highway. He was hit by a car. The man died as a result of his injuries.
His identity was not released, but he was approximately 40-years-old. The
driver of the car kept going, but later returned. Officers said that person
might face charges pending the outcome of the investigation.
Lihue, HI: Man dies after shooting himself at
A Kilauea man died from
a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the Walmart parking lot in Lihue Monday
morning, according to a press release from the Kauai Police Department.
Police have not yet released the identity of the man. A preliminary report
shows that the man was sitting in a parked vehicle near the store's garden
section when he apparently shot himself at around 10:30 a.m. No one else was
Pharmacist shoots Armed Robber inside Antietam Pharmacy
A masked man was airlifted to the York trauma center after he was shot
during a failed robbery attempt. The suspect was shot at around 5:15 p.m. at
Antietam Pharmacy in Waynesboro. The suspect allegedly entered the pharmacy,
gun in hand, demanding drugs and money. Someone in the store began to fear
for their life and several shots at the man, which struck the masked
suspect. The person was able to keep the robbery suspect at bay until police
Bibb County, GA: UPDATE:
Arrest made in Kroger shooting
deputies arrested a Stone Mountain man Monday charging him with firing a gun
at someone in the Zebulon Road Kroger parking lot Sunday. Amir Chance Elms,
17, is being held in the county jail on $11,050 bond charged with
discharging a firearm on the property of another, possession of a firearm
during the commission of a felony and theft by receiving stolen property.
Robberies & Thefts
Mobile, AL: Customers
with toddler duct-taped during Dollar General robbery; 3rd incident this
Mobile Police said customers at a Mobile
Dollar General were duct taped during a robbery Father's Day morning. It's
the third time the Dollar General beside Municipal Park has been robbed this
year alone. Police said a 2-year-old child was in the store at the time.
Police said the robber walked in minutes after the store opened. Police said
a "black male suspect" robbed the store and customers at gunpoint, forcing
the employee to duct tape the hands of two adult customers who were there
with a 2-year old child.
Rankin County, MS:
Suspect identified in Vans Sporting Goods theft
According to Rankin County authorities, David Malcolm Covington, of
Meridian, has been named a suspect in the June 15 burglary of Van's Sporting
Goods. Investigators were able to locate the car recorded on store
Wyse Township, PA: Gun
store hit with a Burglary; second time this year
According to State Police in Towanda, the burglary happened at Fulmer's
Sporting Goods in Wyse Township, Pennsylvania. Troopers said a large amount
of firearms were stolen from the store, but did not specify how many.
According to reports, this is the second time in just over a year Fulmer's
Sporting Goods has been burglarized. On May 27, 2015, 48 handguns were
stolen from Fulmer's. Two men were later arrested in connection to that
Point, OR: Rancher on horseback lassoes would-be bike bandit in Walmart
An attempted bicycle theft in a
Walmart parking lot was foiled by a cattle rancher on horseback, who chased
the thief down and lassoed him until the local police in southern Oregon
Hardeeville, SC: Suspect ID'ed in fatal Dollar
General armed-robbery attempt
Mansfield, PA: 3 Area Gun Store
Burglaries in 3 Days
Norfolk, VA: Ex-postal worker sentenced
to probation for $7,500 stamp theft
UK: Motorcyclist pulls off a clothing
store Smash and Grab in Leicester
Long Island, NY: Largest
Counterfeit Bust in the NY State; $1Million in counterfeit goods seized,
estimated $16 Million in goods were labeled
On Thursday, June 16th County Deputy Sheriffs were executing a Landlord
Tenant Warrant of Eviction at a commercial warehouse in Westbury and
observed hundreds of boxes of assorted clothing and industrial type
embroidery (brand name labels such as North Face, True Religion, Lactose,
Polo and Eggs) staged to be attached to clothing. Deputy Sheriffs contacted
the Nassau County Police Department's Third Squad who determined that
counterfeit merchandise was possibly being produced. With the assistance of
the District Attorney's Office, a counterfeit apparel expert determined, by
viewing the merchandise from the opened exterior garage door, that
counterfeit merchandise was in fact present.
Marion, IN: Police pinpoint location of
30 fraud reports to gas station
Grand Rapids, MI: Police look for help
identifying gas pump skimmer suspect
Darlington, SC: Police have video shot
of man placing skimmer on a First Citizens Bank ATM
Antietam Pharmacy - Waynesboro, PA - Armed Robbery
Bart's Exotic Pets - Omaha, NE - Burglary
Certified - Springfield, OH - Armed Robbery
Circle K - Phoenix, AZ - Armed Robbery
Circle K - Dayton, OH - Armed Robbery
Colorado Gun Broker - Littleton, CO - Burglary/ 40
CVS - Indianapolis, IN - Robbery/ 4 arrested
CVS - Santa Cruz, CA - Vandalism
Dollar General - Columbus, OH - Burglary
Dollar General - Mobile, AL - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Emmitsburg, MD - Armed Robbery
Fulmer's Sporting Guns - Wysox Township, PA -
Jimmy John's - Lexington, KY - Armed Robbery
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Director of Global Security
The Sr. Director of Global Security will oversee the company's executive
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The specialist, asset protection, will
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