LP Reporting & Analytics, CVS Health
Mgr, ORC Unit, CVS
Jeffrey Fulmer has
been named Senior Director of Asset Protection for Rite Aid.
Jeffrey previously served as Vice President of Loss Prevention for Barnes &
Noble from 2003 to 2016. Prior to that, he was Director of Loss Prevention
for Lowe's for ten years and Regional Loss Prevention Manager for General
Nutrition Centers for nearly five years. He earned his B.A. in Criminology
from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Indictment Links Chipotle Executive to New York Drug Ring|
Chipotle Mexican Grill was dealt another blow on Thursday after the executive
leading many of its efforts to recover from a food safety scandal was charged
with drug possession and accused him of having a connection to a cocaine
delivery service in New York.
The company said it had placed Mark Crumpacker, its chief marketing and
development officer, on administrative leave.
The company's same-store sales, or sales in stores open at least a year, have
fallen dramatically after food safety crises involving contamination by E. coli
and norovirus. More than 500 people became sick after eating at a Chipotle in
the second half of last year. The company has adopted a number of more stringent food safety protocols and
spent millions of dollars on marketing to win back customers, efforts led by Mr.
On Thursday, Mr. Crumpacker was named in an indictment from Manhattan
prosecutors as one of 18 repeat buyers of cocaine from a business that delivered
drugs to customers. The district attorney said the drug ring delivered more than
$75,000 worth of cocaine over a year.
Red, white and extra blue as tight security marks U.S. July 4th celebrations
With the holiday taking place days after attacks in Baghdad, Dhaka and Istanbul,
the New York Police Department deployed eight new "vapor wake" dogs, trained to
sniff out explosives on a moving target in a crowd. The department's presence
this holiday was boosted by nearly 2,000 new officers just days after they
graduated on Friday from the New York City Police Academy.
Police in Chicago, which has seen a spike in gun murders this year, announced a
stepped-up presence with more than 5,000 officers on patrol over the long
weekend, traditionally one of the year's most violent, said Chicago Police
Superintendent Eddie Johnson. The Chicago Tribune said at least three people had
been killed and 34 wounded over the holiday weekend by Monday evening.
Deadly Restaurant Attack in Dhaka Shakes Up the Bangladesh Garment Center,
Causes Security Concerns
Nine of the 20 hostages who lost their lives in a Dhaka restaurant Friday were
Italians, most of whom worked in the garment business. The attack, which took
place at the Holey Artisan Bakery around 9:20 p.m. in the Gulshan area, an
upscale neighborhood frequented by foreigners that had been considered safe even
during the previous years of election-ridden violence, has caused shock and
trepidation among retailers and executives with global brands.
The international scope of the deceased included seven Japanese citizens, one
U.S. citizen, one from India and two who were believed to have been from
Bangladesh. The 12-hour siege ended when commandos broke into the restaurant
early Saturday morning, killing five gunmen and arresting one more. Two
policemen were killed in the exchange as well.
Foreign companies with nationals working in Bangladesh's garment and building
industries suspended travel to the country and told workers there to stay at
home after the deadly attack by Islamist militants.
Bangladesh's $26-billion (U.S.) garment industry has been bracing for the
fallout of Friday's killings, fearing major retailers from Uniqlo to Marks &
Spencer and Gap could rethink their sourcing plans after the latest attack
targeting foreigners. One of the world's poorest countries, Bangladesh
relies on garments for around 80 per cent of its exports and for about 4 million
jobs, and ranks behind only China as a supplier of clothes to developed markets
like Europe and the United States.
Trader Joe's fined $500K for refrigerant leaks,
agrees to spend $2M on cutting down greenhouse gases
In a proposed settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice and the EPA, the
chain agreed to spend $2 million over the next three years to reduce coolant
leaks from refrigerator equipment at its 460 stores nationwide, and also to pay
a $500,000 related civil penalty. The federal agencies allege that Trader Joe's
violated the Clean Air Act by failing to promptly repair leaks of R-22, an
ozone-depleting hydro-chlorofluorocarbon (HCFC) substance and powerful
greenhouse gas that is used as a coolant in refrigerators.
As part of the settlement, Trader Joe's will implement a corporate refrigerant
compliance management system to comply with federal regulations and to detect
and repair leaks through a new quarterly leak monitoring program.
Wal-Mart Can Keep Union Protesters Out of Stores, Appeals Court Says
A California appeals court on Thursday upheld a trial court's ruling allowing
Wal-Mart to bar two unions from protesting inside its stores, finding the retail
giant's trespassing claim against the unions is not preempted by the National
Labor Relations Act.
In a published opinion, a three-judge panel affirmed Los Angeles Superior Court
Judge Ernest Hiroshige's ruling granting Wal-Mart Stores Inc. an injunction
barring the Food and Commercial Workers Union and Organization United for
Respect at Walmart from demonstrating inside its stores in California. The panel
said the NLRA does not preempt the trial court's ruling, because the
protesters' conduct, which included marching silently through Walmart stores,
singing and dispensing fliers, is not protected by the NLRA, and although
the activity might in fact be prohibited by the act, which would preempt the
state court, that's not enough to override the local interest in preventing
California lawmaker withdraws bill to end 'pink tax' retail pricing disparity
The so-called "pink tax" remains legal in California for the time being after a
bill outlawing differential pricing based on gender was withdrawn by its
sponsor, state Sen. Ben Hueso, a Democrat from San Diego, the Los Angeles Times
reports. California's Assembly Judiciary Committee was expected to vote on the
legislation Tuesday after the state Senate granted its approval in May.
Retailers and manufactures had opposed the measure, with critics arguing that it
put undue pressure on retailers to ensure that prices were equal.
UPS Adds Locker Locations for Shipment Pickups
- Will be placed outside 7-Eleven and other retail locations
United Parcel Service Inc. is rolling out 300 new locker pickup locations
nationwide after what it says was a successful test of nine locations in
Chicago. The lockers are part of a broader effort by the delivery company to
both lower the costs of delivering e-commerce packages, as well as to meet
changing consumer demands as online shopping booms.
"What we've found is that consumers do like the 24/7 access," said Kalin
Robinson, director of the locker program. The lockers also help prevent
Customers who use UPS's My Choice app can direct their packages to the lockers,
which will be placed outside 7-Eleven Inc. stores as well as independently
owned and operated retail locations.
POS glitch results in Starbucks overcharging customers
A computer error caused Starbucks to overcharge some customers and forced
the coffee giant to disclose a planned price increase. In a brief statement
released on the retailer's corporate blog at about 8 p.m. ET Friday, July 1
and updated about 11 a.m. ET Saturday, July 2, Starbucks said a price
adjustment was prematurely entered into the POS systems of U.S.
company-owned stores. As a result, some customers were overcharged by as
much as 30 cents for their beverages.
Huntsville, AL: FBI
report shows $12 million in Alabama internet crimes in 2015, $1 billion
The FBI's Internet Crime Complaint
Center's (IC3) report on 2015 says over the course of the year, they had
over $1 billion in reported losses. That's from a little over 127,000
complaints with a loss. It means by the national average, if you lost money
to a cyber crime, it's close to $8,500. On a more local level, Alabama had
3,500 victims of its own. State losses came in just shy of $12 million. It's
50-59-year-olds that have the most reports in Alabama, 716, but no age group
deviates too far. It is worth noting though, the older you get, the more
money you lose in online crimes. 20-29-year-olds in Alabama who report an
internet crime average a loss of $919. For 60 and over? That average is
$7,722. All this puts Alabama right in the middle of the national pack in
victims and in losses, exactly where you'd expect to see Alabama based on
U.S. ammunition imports shoot up nearly 50%
PGA Tour Superstore opening new locations in TX, AZ, SC, and FL
Amazon planning to open bookstore and cafe in Manhattan
Adidas to partner with Kanye West on new retail stores
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Retailers in Legal Hot Water After EMV Shift
Merchants are facing consumer lawsuits stemming from the introduction of EMV-chip
card security at the point of sale in the U.S., exposing the issues many stores
must contend with now that they are held liable for fraud and chargebacks.
In February, a Wendy's customer filed a class action against the fast food
chain, alleging that it failed to protect customers' credit and debit card
information, as well as other personally identifiable information. The suit
claims all of that information was exposed when Wendy's experienced a data
breach in January, and that Wendy's failed to take "adequate and reasonable
measures" to make sure that its data systems were protected beforehand. Although
the lawsuit does not specifically reference EMV, it does allege that Wendy's was
not using the most up-to-date processing equipment. The suit suggests that
hackers employed the same malware that enabled recent cyber attacks such as the
breaches at Home Depot and Target.
Lawsuits are not the only consequence merchants face. Typically if a merchant
suffers a data breach, it can expect fines for violating the Payment Card
Industry data security standard
, which describes how organizations must
protect cardholder data.
There may also be a reputational hit and a loss of business.
this issue after a 2014 cyberattack led it to ask users to reset their
passwords; many consumers did not, and even those that chose a new password did
not resume their previous level of activity. The breach became a major factor in
eBay's decision to lower its full-year revenue guidance by $200 million.
In Sports Authority bankruptcy, customer e-mail data commands hefty sum
When Sports Authority Inc. said "everything must go," it meant everything -
including its customers' personal information. The Colorado sporting goods
retailer, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in March, auctioned
this week its intellectual property, including the Sports Authority name, its
e-commerce site and about 114 million customers' files and 25 million email
. Dick's Sporting Goods won with a $15-million bid. The trove of
customer data, experts say, could help Dick's capitalize on Sports Authority
customers looking for a new place to shop.
As more companies come to understand the value of data, customer information has
gone to the auction block during bankruptcy proceedings. Yet as consumers work
to safeguard their data in the aftermath of high-profile breaches at companies
such as Target and health insurer Anthem Inc., such sales mark another way
customers can lose control of their personal information.
Businesses have the legal right to sell consumer information as long as their
privacy policies make it clear that data can be transferred or sold if the
company is acquired or goes under.
Sports Authority stated its policy on its
website: "We may transfer your personal information in the event of a corporate
sale, merger, acquisition, dissolution or similar event."
MySpace, LinkedIn Data Just a Click Away
- Researcher Posts Links to Hundreds of Millions of Credentials
It doesn't take long for compromised data to be shared across the cybercriminal
underground. And when the leaking starts, it spreads like wildfire. So it was
only a matter of time before data from two of the largest data breaches of all
time, the attacks on MySpace and LinkedIn, became easily accessible. Thomas
White, an independent security researcher in the U.K., has now made the 360
million credentials from the MySpace breach available on his personal website.
He also posted download links for the 165 million LinkedIn accounts recently
J.C. Penney opening new tech center in India
J.C. Penney is building a tech center in Bengaluru, India, that will employ
roughly 1,000 workers. According to the Times of India, the Plano-based retailer
expects to hire 450 people for the center by the end of the year. Staff will
include engineers to manage internal information technology systems and develop
digital, e-commerce and analytics solutions.
Tesla charging stations coming to Ruby Tuesday restaurant chain
10 million Android devices reportedly infected with Chinese malware
The Art of Listening
Luciano, President, Civil Demand Associates
There are a plethora of books, publications and commentary about what skills and
attributes are necessary to be an impactful leader in business, as well as in
life. However, where those may focus on what to say, how to act, or ways to
create change, a primary feature of a great leader is the willingness and
ability to listen. Not just biding time during a conversation, thinking about
what you want to say and pretending to listen until you get a chance to speak,
but focusing on what is actually being said and what it might mean to that
When I first started out at
Demand Associates I brought with me this unique skill set which I continue
to use today. Knowing one's product/ service is only a portion of this art.
Knowing the needs of your client is probably more important and in order to
determine needs one needs to ask pertinent questions and listen attentively.
Once the answer is heard a solution can be either developed or provided.
As a solution provider it is our job to try and develop products and services
based on the vision provided by our clients. Not by reaction but by a
combination of experience, vision and an overall ability to see the need for an
entire industry. From there development should be tested by early adaptors who
have the same vision.
Delivery promises should not be over stated. Never say you can deliver when you
can't. It would be better to build it first because you will usually only get
one shot to come up with a game changer. It is also important not to oversell.
Once a decision maker has been persuaded have the sense to stop selling at that
point. This could be categorized as knowing when to be silent and move on. All
of this is a part of the art of listening.
Civil Demand Associates was founded in 1987 on some of these very principles.
Retailers were struggling to send demand letters and tracking payments manually.
Fifteen states had civil recovery laws most of which were in the west. CDA was
established as a way to outsource this valuable revenue stream as well as a way
to help provide a financial deterrent. CDA was the first company to develop
software and business logic designed to handle thousands of files, payments and
In the years to follow clients brought other types of theft cases for
collection. Dishonest employee restitution collections, court ordered
restitution and vendor fraud to mention a few. All these have added to CDA's
offering so that a well-rounded service with no initial investment is now
available on a contingency basis.
In 2010 CDA brought forth a new concept to combat major organized retail crime
by using federal civil RICO statutes to seize assets of those at the top of
these illegal enterprises.
As you can see it all comes down to listening to the needs of the industry and
developing means to help loss prevention practitioners bring back lost profits
to the bottom line.
We will be
covering various sections of the
2016 National Retail Security Survey,
developed by Dr. Richard Hollinger of the University of Florida, in partnership
with the National Retail Federation.
The D&D Daily's 2016 NRSS Review
3: Source of Inventory Shrinkage
Inventory Shrinkage (Average)
• In 2015, shoplifting
surpassed employee theft as the leading cause of inventory shrink.
Grocery saw a drop in shoplifting - from 29.7%
to 24.3% - and in administrative and paperwork - from 18.7% to
11.2%. Unknown reasons, however, accounted for 12.6% of losses.
Specialty women's and men's apparel also saw a big drop in
shoplifting when compared to 2014 - down 9 percentage points to
40.9%. But the number of losses attributed to employee and other
internal thefts increased from 28.1% in 2014 to 35.8% in 2015.
Shoplifting/ORC is top source of
inventory shrinkage, but employee theft a close second
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Retailers Rethink Inventory Strategies As
Online Shopping Continues To Expand
is a shift happening across the retail sector as companies try to figure out
ways to profitably serve the growing needs of online shoppers while making
their network of stores less of a financial burden. Chains must predict
whether demand will come from the internet or a store visit, and whether
they'll ship online orders from a distribution center or a store. Every move
of inventory is an added cost that eats away at already thin margins.
Online shopping "has forced the industry to rethink not only
the math and science behind the inventory pool, but also the strategy," said
Scott Fenwick, a senior director at Manhattan Associates Inc., which makes
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Target Corp. are
cutting back on the number of packs of diapers, boxes of cereal, and bottles
of laundry detergent in their backrooms, and moving the product to shelves
faster. Wal-Mart has also widened aisles to further reduce the amount of
goods on its shelves, while Target has moved bulky items such as patio
furniture into centralized distribution locations instead of keeping them in
stores. Kohl's Corp. is aiming to lower inventory by 10% by the end of next
Walmart Pay undergoes big growth spurt
During the week of June 27, the discount giant rolled out Walmart Pay at
close to 1,300 stores in 19 new states - Arizona, California, New Mexico,
Colorado, Ohio, Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware,
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York,
Rhode Island, Vermont. With these additions, Walmart now offers Walmart Pay
at about 3,700 stores in 37 states and Washington, D.C.
initially announced the digital wallet service, which works through the
Walmart mobile shopping app, in December 2015. Formal rollout started in
Texas and Arkansas in May 2015. The service works by customers selecting the
Walmart Pay option on the retailer's mobile app at checkout and activating
their smartphone camera. They then scan the code displayed at the register
to connect Walmart Pay. When the transaction is complete, an e-receipt is
sent to the app, which the customer can view at any time.
Alibaba launches new
system to combat counterfeits
on Friday held its first Rights Holders Collaboration Summit and announced
the launch of its IP Joint-Force System, an online platform designed to
streamline intellectual property-related communications between brands and
Alibaba, according to a press release sent to Retail Dive.
new IP Joint-Force System, participating brands will be assigned a dedicated
online portal and Alibaba account manager to exchange information about
suspected counterfeit product listings, allowing brands to identify the
authenticity of a product and more easily notify Alibaba of the infringing
listing, the company said.
Gucci lets its
ecommerce garden grow via online exclusives
card theft bust earns Volusia sheriff's investigator state award|
Volusia sheriff's investigator Jayson Paul got a gift card racketeering case
in April 2015 and thought it would be another case file to add to the pile
that greeted him at work every day.
He didn't immediately know that
it would be the largest retail theft investigation, dubbed Operation Plastic
Paradise, his agency has worked. Seven months later, the 39-year-old Paul
led a team of 40 deputies on morning raids arresting 23 people, serving five
search warrants and six bank seizure warrants. Paul and his team toppled a
father and son gift card theft ring that made $2 million in nine months.
Paul's work caught the attention of the Florida Retail Federation. The
organization chose Paul as its 2016 Florida Retail Federation Law
Enforcement Officer of the Year and will present him with the award and a
$3,000 cash prize later this month. This is Paul's second prize from
Operation Plastic Paradise: It also earned him the Sheriff's Office 2015
Investigator of the Year Award.
IN: 3 arrested, 1 at large after Best Buy Burglary
Three Detroit men were taken into custody and a fourth person is on the
loose after Noblesville police say they burglarized a Best Buy store. Police
were called to Best Buy at 17200 Mercantile Boulevard around 3:15 a.m. in
response to a security alarm. Upon arrival, officers reported hearing voices
around the building. As they were investigating, a vehicle sped away with no
lights on. After a five-minute police pursuit, the suspects' vehicle crashed
near the intersection of Greenfield Avenue and Boden Road. Four men ran from
the crashed vehicle. With the help of a K-9 unit, officers tracked down
three of the men. As of Sunday evening, a fourth suspect remained at large.
Hopkins, MN: Police Investigating String Of Twin Cities Bike Shop Thefts
Police are on the lookout for thieves who have broken into at least four
bike shops in the Twin Cities in the last couple of weeks. The most recent
theft happened Saturday morning at Jonny Rock Bikes on Excelsior Boulevard
in Hopkins. Minks says about $10,000 worth of merchandise was stolen from
his bike shop after thieves disabled his security system.
Delaware Troopers seek
alleged shoplifter from Justice store in Concord Mall
Wilmington woman who allegedly shoplifted clothes from a Concord Mall store
is still at large. Someone saw Lisa Smith take 300 dollars' worth of
clothing from the Justice Store Saturday night, Delaware State Police said.
A trooper working in the mall arrived just in time to see Smith running out
of the store--he gave chase, ordering her to stop, but Smith got into a
black Infiniti FX3 and drove away, narrowly missing the trooper as he tried
to open the vehicle's doors. Warrants are out charging Smith with
shoplifting, resisting arrest and reckless endangering.
Thieves wanted in allergy-med heists at 3
Staten Island CVS stores
searching Monday for two individuals linked to a shoplifting pattern in
Staten Island. The pair stole a large amount of over-the-counter allergy and
cold medications from three CVS locations on three separate occasions,
police said. The first CVS the pair stole from on May 22 is located at 778A
Manor Road near the Castleton Corners section of Staten Island. The second
CVS is located at 1361 Hylan Blvd. in the Dongan Hills neighborhood. The
pair stole from this location on June 7. The last CVS the pair hit on June
28 is located at 250 Page Ave. in the Tottenville section of Staten Island.
Louisville, KY: Three busted for $1,100
Lawn Mower theft from Lowes
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Deaths and Gangs
TX: Murder-Suicide At Dollar General Store
Police responded to the store located on 4102 Watercrest Road at about 1:30 p.m.
after getting a call about a woman who had been shot. Police spokeswoman Carroll
Smith said a man walked into the Dollar General and shot and killed the woman in
the store. It's unclear if the two knew each other or if the woman was a store
employee or customer. Witnesses said about 10 people were in the store at the
time of the shooting. They said they heard popping sounds, realized that they
were gunshots and then ran out of the store.
year Old suspect at large after shooting at Olathe Walmart
Olathe, Kansas police are searching for a 15-year-old Monday morning after a man
was shot in the chest overnight at an area Walmart store. The shooting happened
early Monday morning in the parking lot of the Walmart at 136th Street and
Blackbob Road in Olathe. Officers responded to that area around 4:30 a.m. Monday
to investigate a shooting. When they arrived they found a 20-year-old man
suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest. That man was rushed to an area
hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Witnesses told police that the
suspect in this case, a 15-year-old boy, fled the scene.
Meridian, MS: Police
investigating shooting at Bonita WalMart; 1 injured, 4 detained
Meridian police are currently investigating a shooting that happened at the
Bonita Walmart in the night. Sergeant Dareall Thompson with the Meridian Police
Department says one person was hit by gunfire near the store. Thompson says the
victim transported to a local hospital with unknown injuries. Four possible
suspects in the shooting have been detained.
Houston, TX: Jimmy Johns
Armed Robber shoots Witness outside store
are searching for a suspect who assaulted one man and shot another near a
sandwich shop in Midtown early Monday. Investigators say a gunman pistol-whipped
a worker at the Jimmy Johns on McGowen and Brazos. The attempted robbery
happened around 7 a.m. as the eatery prepared to open for the day.
came up after I unlocked the door and tried to force me inside. I don't know, he
hit me in the head with his gun then I ran off," said Cameron Breunig, the
victim. The suspect then shot an apparent bystander across the street from the
restaurant. Police say the bystander was a witness to the robbery and shouted
"call the police" before the suspect opened fire on him, shooting him in the
Henrico County, VA: Walgreen's Shoplifter slams
into fire hydrant, tree and iron fence
Authorities said a shoplifting suspect is hospitalized after flipping his car
and talking out a fence after along Nine Mile Road in Henrico County Saturday
night. Lt. Anthony Mehfoud with Henrico police said officers were called at 7:15
p.m. about a shoplifting incident at the Walgreen's at White Oak Mall. The
suspect was transported to VCU Medical Center with life-threatening injuries.
Midrand, South Africa: Two
killed in Mall of Africa shooting
Two men were
killed a shooting incident outside the Mall of Africa in Midrand on Sunday
night. Police said the two men had been standing on the pavement waiting for a
taxi when they were approached by gunmen in a white car.
Miami: Bayside Marketplace
evacuated after reports of shots fired
evacuated Bayside Marketplace in Downtown Miami shortly after the Fourth of July
fireworks display at neighboring Bayfront Park, Monday night, causing
pandemonium and sending panicked revelers running for their lives.
Fishers, IN: Police arrest 4 members of
Florida's Felony Lane Gang
Edmondston, MD: Ice-Cream Truck Driver
Shot, in Critical Condition
Kay Jewelers in the Pioneer Square Mall,
Stillwater, OK reported a Vandalism/ Gunshot through window on 7/2
Robberies and Thefts
Sparks, NV: Shoplifter
pushes cart full of merchandise out an Emergency Exit; pulls knife on LP Agent
Sparks Police are looking for a man who
they say attempted to rob two local stores. SPD tells us they responded to a
report of an attempted robbery on Monday July 4th, with a knife at Target. When
officers arrived on scene, they learned that Target loss prevention personnel
attempted to stop a suspect who was pushing a cart full of merchandise out of an
emergency exit. When loss prevention tried to stop the suspect, police say he
pulled a knife on staff and left the store. The Target merchandise was retained.
Police say approximately two hours later, they responded to the K-Mart store on
a very similar call.
Orleans, LA: Burglar bars are no match for skinny, determined thief at a City
New Orleans police are asking
for the public's help in identifying a locating a man wanted for the burglary of
a Central City clothing store. The robbery happened June 30 just before 5 a.m.
in the 2800 block of S. Claiborne Avenue. Video surveillance shows a man
breaking the store's front glass door with an object. He then is able to squeeze
between the iron bars on the door and enter the store.
Nashville, TN: Police find
theft suspect in bed with stolen lingerie store mannequin
Police say a man they arrested Monday was found in bed in an Old Hickory home
with a stolen mannequin from a lingerie store. Officers were called to the
Hustler Hollywood store on 14th Avenue North and Church early Monday morning.
According to a police affidavit, the clerk told officers an intoxicated man
walked into the store just after midnight Monday morning and took a mannequin
into the parking lot, knocking the mannequin's left arm off in the process.
Maryland man accused of netting $17K in 15 burglaries, robbery
A 27-year-old Maryland man is accused of making off with more than $17,000 worth
of cash and items in 15 burglaries and thefts, along with a robbery, state
police in Lancaster said. Lewis is accused of crimes in southern Lancaster
County between February and May 20, police said. The incidents were in Little
Britain and Fulton townships.
Portland, OR: Man accused of stealing gum,
pulling fake gun at convenience store
MManning, SC: Man who used boat oar to rob
store gets 10 years
St John's NF, CN: Suspect sought in
attempted Armed Robberies at two Pharmacies
Kingston, ON: Good Samaritan helps catch
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Kay Outlet in the Camarillo Premium Outlets,
Camarillo, CA reported a Grab & Run on 7/3, merchandise valued at $238
Zales Jewelers in the
Hammond Square, Hammond, LA reported a Distraction Theft on 7/3, merchandise
valued at $9000
Kay Jewelers in the Ward Parkway Center, Kansas
City, MO reported a Grab & Run on 7/3, merchandise valued at $1599
Kay Jewelers in the
Orchard Town Mall, Westminster, CO reported a Grab & Run on 7/3, merchandise
valued at $1599
Kay Outlet in the Jersey Gardens Mall, Elizabeth,
NJ reported a Grab & Run on 7/1, merchandise valued at $9,499
Nassau County, NY: Woman
apprehended at Bloomingdales at Roosevelt Fields attempting to used forged
A Queens woman was charged with
possessing forged documents after she tried to pay for $1,125 in merchandise at
a store in East Garden City. Police said they arrested the suspect, about 11
a.m. Monday after being alerted by store security at Bloomingdale's. Police said
she produced a fraudulent New York driver's license while trying to buy the
merchandise and was later found to possess an American Express cash card and a
Flushing Bank debit card, both of which were fraudulent.
Tolland, CT: Four arrested
with a stack of fake Credit Cards, embossing equipment and weapon
Mobile Mart staffers said that three men had attempted to use credit cards at
the story that appeared to be fake or stolen, they called police. State Police
stopped the suspects and found a 9mm handgun, several counterfeit credit cards
"in various stages of production," a credit card embossing machine, two
electronic credit card writers, and two laptops. A large quantity of cigarettes
were also found.
Georgetown, KY: Arsonist attempts to ignite Propane
Tanks outside Walgreens
One man is in the
Scott County Detention Center after admitting to setting propane tanks on fire
at the South Broadway Walgreens location in Georgetown. Michael Adair has been
charged with wanton endangerment, shoplifting, public intoxication and arson.
Adair confessed to the crime and it was all caught on surveillance video.
Wyoming, MI: Arson: Fireworks store
destroyed by Fire
Marathon, FL: Credit card
skimming duo arrested
Alberto Fombellida Manso and
Pavel Morejon Martinez were arrested after, police said, they were caught
putting a credit card skimming device on a pump at a Marathon gas station. Both
men are charged with using a credit card skimmer to commit fraud and with
China: Alibaba Reveals New
Program to Fight Fake Goods
Alibaba now has a
"Good Faith Takedown" system, which has up to 700 participating brands. These
brands are given priority access to the counterfeit goods reporting and removal
tools of Alibaba based on the skill of the brand when it comes to successfully
reporting knock-off items on the websites of the Chinese ecommerce giant. The
priority access to these reporting and removal tools makes sure that the reports
of the brands are reviewed and processed much faster if the brands are effective
in terms of spotting counterfeit.
The Philippines: Police armored vehicle was used to
destroy pirated DVDs and confiscated counterfeit goods
Counterfeit goods of an estimated US$59.7 million were seized from January to
June 2016, the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) claimed.
The government office said it will continue its efforts to curb counterfeit
products and piracy.
London: Trademark and Rights holders
Against Piracy (TRAP) bust 4 stores for Bootleg music; 2 Truckloads of
Best Buy - Noblesville, IN - Burglary
Chevron - Dekalb County, GA -
Customer shot and killed
Circle K - Raleigh, NC - Armed
CVS - Annapolis, MD - Armed
City Gear - New Orleans, LA -
C-Store- Baton Rouge, LA -
Shooting/ Police suspect killed
Family Dollar - Dayton, OH -
Family Video - Grant County, IN
- Armed Robbery
Jimmy Johns - Houston, TX -
Armed Robbery/ Shooting
Kmart - Sparks, NV - Armed
Kum & Go - Springfield, MO -
Little Britain Store -
Quarryville, PA - Burglary
Little Caesars - Alton, IL -
Plaid Pantry - Portland, OR -
Pioneer Wine - Watertown, CT -
Target - Sparks, NV - Armed
United Dairy Farmer - Green
Township, OH - Armed Robbery
US Cellular - Rockford, IL -
Verizon Wireless - Jones County,
GA - Armed Robbery
Zion Mini Mart - New Zion, SC -
1 Stop Food Mart -
Hendersonville, TN - Armed Robbery
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