The Unwritten Rules of Corporate America
Keith White, SVP of LP, Gap Inc.
Using Video Intelligence to Realize
Positive Financial Impact in Retail
Chris Nichols, VP LP, National Stores
Tom Arigi, Sr. Dir. AP, Wal-Mart US
Leadership Lessons for Successful Teams
Tom Arigi, Sr. Dir. AP,
Managing the Change Process from Loss
Prevention to Asset Protection
Transforming to 'Omni AP'
Kevin Colman, Group VP of AP, Macy's
September 8: Workplace
Violence with Gary Johnson, VP of LP, The Vitamin Shoppe
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'Force Friday' - Walmart, Toys R Us, select Targets open late for "Star Wars:
The Force Awakens" LP Coverage? Retailers across the country will
open their doors at 12:01 a.m. on Friday as sci-fi fans rush to be among the
first to purchase a new assortment of Star Wars merchandise.
All Walmart and Toys R Us will be opened for the midnight reveal, while
Target plans to open 207 of its stores across the country.
Those among the first shoppers at Toys R Us will receive a FREE poster to mark
the occasion. The Disney Store will give a FREE commemorative Star Wars: The
Force Awakens pin to the first 100 guests who make a purchase on Force Friday.
All Disney Store locations throughout North America will open on Force Friday
with Star Wars-themed opening ceremonies.
Credit-Card Fraudsters Pump Gas Stations for Profit - It's an 'Epidemic'
Payment-card companies and gas-station operators combat a wave of theft. As
motorists head out on the last big driving weekend of the summer, the
credit-card industry and gas-station owners are deploying everything from
sophisticated software to heavy-duty padlocks to combat an epidemic of
fuel-related theft and fraud.
The crackdown is gaining additional momentum because many gas stations will be
among the last merchants to install equipment accepting a new generation of
fraud-resistant cards. While many big merchants will have equipment in place by
Oct. 1 to accept the new chip-based cards, tougher guidelines set by Visa Inc. V
0.96 % and MasterCard Inc. MA 1.55 % don't apply to gas stations until 2017.
That delay could exacerbate what analysts, card companies and law-enforcement
officials say has been a recent surge in fraud at the pump. Gas stations
make easy targets for those who want to make fraudulent purchases using stolen
numbers, since pumps are usually unattended. From skimming devices to "bladder
trucks" fraud and theft at gas stations is at epidemic levels. wsj.com
Dramatic rise in crime casts a shadow on downtown L.A.'s gentrification -
Property Crime Up 25% - Violent Crime Up 57% Overall, violent crime in
the Los Angeles Police Department's Central Division, which covers parts of
downtown, skid row and Chinatown, was up more than 57% through the end of August
compared with the same period last year, and property offenses increased
nearly 25%, according to police data. Organized crews lift unattended purses
or smartphones from tables at cafes. Police say they are working to reverse the
The busy stretch of 5th Street between skid row and Pershing Square is a
pipeline for drug dealers and people looking to score. Merchandise is
frequently stolen from the shelves of markets and clothing stores. Fights
break out on the sidewalk in the middle of the afternoon. The three-block area
known as "the corridor" saw the biggest property crime rise in Central during
the first half of the year, tripling to 86 offenses, while there were four times
as many violent crimes.
At 5th Street and Broadway - just a block from the foodie haven of Grand
Central Market - a loss prevention worker for Fallas Paredes said shoplifters
steal from the clothing retailer several times a week, sometimes getting away
with $50 worth of merchandise or more at a time.
As police move to adopt body cams, storage costs set to skyrocket
The police department in Birmingham, Ala. has seen a 71% drop in citizen
complaints -- and a 38% drop in use of force by officers -- since deploying 319
body cameras two months ago. There's been little focus on the larger ecosystem
needed to make the cameras useful, including potentially high storage costs --
petabytes of video are now being uploaded annually -- and file management
concerns. "That's the biggest problem with this system...the cost of the
storage," Brewer said. "They do offer unlimited storage, but it's quite costly
-- well above $1 million for the package we had looked at." cio.com
Mastercard's attorney admits to using opposing counsels info in $7b deal with
retailers on interchange fees - indicted for fraud A lawyer who
represented Mastercard Inc. admitted in a New York federal court filing late
Tuesday that she used information from opposing counsel in a $7.25 billion deal
to settle multidistrict litigation over Mastercard, Visa Inc. and other banks'
interchange fees. Keila Ravelo, a former Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP partner
and counsel for Mastercard, said in a sworn affidavit that she used information
passed to her by longtime friend Gary Friedman, who represented some retailers
in related litigation.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Amazon.com Inc., Target Corp., The Home Depot USA Inc. and
other major retailers asked the court in July to reopen and overturn the deal
Visa, MasterCard and several banks reached with retailers challenging fees
charged to process credit card transactions. The issue arose after Ravelo was
arrested in December along with her husband, Melvin Feliz, and charged with
defrauding Willkie. law360.com
A&P supermarket laying off 3,781 employees effective Thanksgiving Day - Nov.
26th in 45 N.J. stores Earlier, A&P filed 867 layoff notices in July
with an effective date of Sept. 19 for eight New Jersey locations. In all, the
number of employees affected in the state could exceed 4,600. To date, Stop &
Shop, Acme Markets and Key Food plan to purchase 120 of the bankrupt A&P's 296
stores with the balance of the stores now up for sale...
Judge urges A&P to boost severance
A federal bankruptcy judge urged A&P to increase severance pay for laid-off
workers to 52%, rather than the 25% offer, later raised to 50%, the company has
proposed. Judge Robert Drain also said laid-off employees should qualify for an
additional severance payment of 10% over the 52%, depending on the outcome of
store sales and other issues. supermarketnews.com
Kmart pays $1.4 million Medicare settlement
Kmart has paid the U.S. government $1.4 million to resolve allegations that it
improperly used drug manufacturer coupons and gasoline discounts to reduce
pharmacy costs for Medicare patients at Kmart pharmacies. The settlement
resolves allegations that Kmart violated the False Claims Act by providing
illegal inducements to beneficiaries of the Medicare program.
Cracker Barrel post Director Loss Prevention position in Lebanon, Tenn.
Directs and develops the staff to ensure that the deadlines of all Major
Incidents, internal/external cases and departmental objectives are met. Oversees
all internal and external investigations from the inception to close are within
accordance to state and federal laws. Provides advice, guidance and direction to
other departments on the proper course of action in handling potential criminal
matters. Ensures the current and future departmental objectives are in
accordance with company culture. Maintains an acceptable shrinkage level
according to company guidelines. brassring.com
Wal-Mart post Director, Loss Prevention (Western Canada) in Calgary, CA. - 6
month contract Walmart Canada operates a growing chain of 390 stores
nationwide serving more than 1.2 million customers each day. The Director, Loss
Prevention is an integral part of the Regional Operations team and partners with
the Senior Vice President of Operations. The position is in place to
strategically mitigate loss associated with shrinkage, accidents, regulatory
compliance, quality assurance and criminal activity. Minimum College Certificate
or Diploma education required. Direct accountability for the leadership and
development of their reports composed of DLPM's, Admin managers (store level)
and ISLP's (Avg RLPM has 13-15 DLPM's, 100 Admin's and 150 ISLP's).
Denver working on plan to improve safety and
security on the 16th Street Mall
Macy's Cuts Ribbon on Backstage Off-price Concept
at 3 Locations in NY with 3 more coming later this month
Private Equity Firms Circle Petco
Same Store Sales
L Brands up 6%
Cato up 4%
Rite Aid up 1.6%
Fred's up 1.2%
Stein Mart down 1.4%
Costco down 2%
The Buckle down 3.3%
Quarterly Same Store
Genesco Q2 comp's up 5% with net sales up 7%
Five Below Q2 comp's up 3% with sales up 19.5%
Lands End Q2 comp's down 7.5% with net revenue down 10%
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Women in Security at the Forefront of (ISC)2 Security Congress 2015
(ISC)2 CEO David Shearer says, "According to our latest study, women only
make up 11 percent of the global information security workforce. That number
is staggeringly low considering the wealth of job opportunities available and
the forecasted deficit in the workforce at 1.5 million by 2020. We have a clear
call to action to raise awareness that women signify an underrepresented
minority group in this industry.
(ISC)2 remains committed through research, collaboration and partnerships to
help identify other underrepresented minority groups within the industry that
are also a talent source for addressing the workforce shortage. The impressive
lineup of female leaders speaking at Security Congress will take a deeper look
at this issue to offer advice and solutions for the future of information
ISC)2; announced its dedicated women in security sessions, general session
speaker, and ASIS Women in Security Council Reception taking place during the
co-located (ISC)2 Security Congress and ASIS International 61st Annual Seminar
and Exhibits events September 28 - October 1 in Anaheim, Ca.
FTC can take action on corporate data breaches - They're about to get a lot more
expensive The US Court of Appeals has ruled that the FTC mandate to
protect consumers against fraudulent, deceptive and unfair business practices
extends to oversight of corporate cybersecurity efforts -- and lapses.
Specifically, last week's decision allowed the FTC to take action against
Wyndham Hotels and Resorts for failing to reasonably protect consumers' personal
information between 2008 and 2010, when hackers broke in three times and stole
more than 600,000 bank card numbers.
Together with another court decision this
summer allowing class action lawsuits against breached companies, this ruling
means that data breaches are about to get a lot more expensive. csoonline.com
Finance and HR Staff Labeled Biggest Security Risks
Finance and HR employees represent the biggest cybersecurity threat to
organizations of any department, according to new research from security firm Clearswift. The messaging and web security vendor polled 500 data security
specialists in the UK, US, Germany and Australia to compile its findings. Nearly
half (48%) of respondents claimed finance departments and their employees posed
the biggest threat, versus 42% for HR.
The main reason for their answers was the fear of staff members in these roles
accidentally sending customer details or salaries to the wrong people, or
accidentally allowing malware to be installed on machines. Just 16% said they
thought those working in legal represented the biggest threat, indicating that
HR and finance employees are thought to be culturally less attuned to
Middle management (37%) was pegged as the highest risk group, compared with just
19% who thought senior managers were the biggest threat, and 12% for execs/admins.
Interestingly over two-thirds (67%) of respondents claimed that those working in
the office represented a bigger data security risk than those off-site -
primarily because they have easier access to the data.
Loudhouse polled over 500 information technology decision makers and 4000
employees to determine that male, office-based middle managers in the finance
department are viewed as most likely to present an internal security threat,
accidental or malicious, by their employers.
Small Businesses Are Slow to Embrace New Chip-Card System
Many small businesses aren't racing to update their checkout systems ahead of an
Oct. 1 shift that will put merchants on the hook for some fraudulent card
charges. Losses tied to counterfeit cards are expected to hit a record $3.6
billion this year, estimates Aite Group, a financial services research firm,
from $1.7 billion in 2011. Banks that issue credit cards currently cover these
charges. About 10% of U.S. small businesses were victims of payment fraud,
including the type of credit-card fraud the switch aims to prevent, in 2013.
Many small businesses aren't switching, mainly because they don't know about the
shift or don't see any payoff from the new systems, which are slightly slower.
Nearly two-thirds of companies with 500 or fewer employees say they aren't
ready for the October switch versus 44% of larger merchants, with more than
1,000 employees, according to a survey of 579 businesses to be released later
this month by the Ponemon Institute, a research firm.
Even after the shift, small businesses may not be held responsible for some
small purchases made with counterfeit cards, said Carolyn Balfany, a senior vice
president with MasterCard Inc., noting that card issuers often don't pass on
liability for high-volume, low-risk transactions where merchants aim to keep
lines moving, such as fast food and cups of coffee.
The switch-over won't solve all payment fraud. In the U.K., losses due to
counterfeit cards fell by 56% between 2005 and 2013, after chip-enabled cards
were rolled out, according to Aite Group, but online fraud jumped by 64%.
Manager of Omni-Channel Fraud - position posted by Dick's Sporting Goods - The
'Omni' word now showing up in LP jobs This position is responsible for
managing the company's theft and fraud strategy from a national omni channel
perspective. The Manager of Ecommerce Fraud will focus on external cyber theft
and organized external theft activity. This focus will be demonstrated through
the initiation and follow-up of external ecommerce fraud investigations, along
with management and skill development of the LP Ecommerce Analyst Team at the
Store Support Center. This manager will work closely with the Loss Prevention
Investigations Team, Ecommerce Operations and external ecommerce monitoring
services (Cyber Source/Manhattan/etc.)
Insider threats: Some telltale signs that could
tip off CSOs and their teams
The Perfect Answer to An Imperfect World
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national retail organizations since our inception. CCI recognizes that your
security needs are unique and require a personalized touch; security solutions
which are carefully planned and executed, not forced. Our depth of experience
with electronic security systems in retail loss prevention applications, makes
us a solid choice to help you protect your business from loss.
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quality security solutions that demonstrate exceptional value. We partner with
each client in performing a comprehensive facilities, financial, human, and
overall security risk assessment. Our team of dedicated
professionals then design, install, and service electronic security systems that
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Thirteen Sears Holdings Asset & Protection
Associates Receive LPC Certification Scholarships
to Support Career Advancement
NC (September 3rd, 2015)
-Sears Holdings, in partnership with the The
Loss Prevention Foundation
(LPF) today awarded 13 Sears Holdings Asset &
Profit Protection Associates
designed to support their career advancement and personal
development while working at SHMC. Sears Holdings takes great pleasure in every
opportunity to invest in the development of their teams.
SHMC awarded the scholarships for certification-review courses and the final
LPCertified (LPC) examination which will earn them a widely-recognized
certification within the loss prevention industry.
Scott Glenn, Vice President and CSO noted: "It is a tremendous honor to be able
to invest in the future leaders of our industry. The Associates selected for
these scholarships are the future of our organization and I am proud of each of
Congratulations to the following recipients of the LPCertified (LPC)
● Brett Graddy - Market Manager, Asset Protection
● David Rivera - Asset Protection Associate
● Deborah Camou - Asset Protection Manager
● Duane Smith - Asset Protection Manager
● Dustin Savely - Asset Protection Manager
● James Weston Pate - Zone Manager, Asset Protection
● Jason Kinder - Asset Protection Manager
● Jim Perillo - Regional Manager, Asset Protection
● John Smithson - Manager, AP Analytics
● Kevin Schmitz - Area Manager, Asset Protection
● Rocco Speziale - National Manager, AP Learning & Development
● Mark Ingalsbe - National Manager, AP Learning & Development
● Anthony Siragusa - Asset Protection Associate
About the Loss Prevention Foundation:
Loss Prevention Foundation is a not-for-profit organization founded in 2006, by
industry-leading professionals to serve the loss prevention and asset protection
industry. Their mission is to advance the loss prevention profession by
providing relevant, convenient and challenging educational resources. LPF is
responsible for administering the industry's two-tiered certification program,
the LPQualified (LPQ) and LPCertified (LPC), on-line educational resources and
the loss prevention professional membership program. In addition, LPF is focused
on driving more talent to the industry from colleges, universities, military and
law enforcement through its Academic Retail Partnership Program and its
Hire-A-Vet Program. For further information, visit
Retail Fraud - New York - Sept. 24th
Make sure to register for your FREE VIP Delegate pass today
Designed to give US retailers easy access to international expertise in the
business of loss prevention, Retail Fraud - New York launches this September at
the New York Marriott Downtown.
With a 14 year history of working at the pinnacle of risk and loss prevention,
Retail Fraud is now the biggest and most successful conference series in the
world, covering more regions and attended by more LP executives than any other.
Retail Fraud -
New York features:
|● Free VIP
"Access All Areas"
Delegate passes for all executives with business risk and loss
prevention as part of their remit
● Outstanding speaker presentations, with real life
case studies and best practice recommendations, from experienced
experts drawn from both the US and around the world
● Roundtables and workshops where executives can
discuss specific threats and draw on the practical experience of
● An excellent, free, hot lunch
● Practical, tried and tested solutions to emerging
problems in the region and around the world
● Superb networking opportunities with colleagues and
the wider LP community
● The latest technology and service innovations
offered by a hand-picked selection of cutting edge LP suppliers
● Restricted vendor access - you will not be
inundated with unwanted sales approaches from other delegates
● Free refreshments throughout the day
Who should attend?
As risk evolves across multiple channels so has the need to establish risk and
loss prevention systems. The business of loss prevention is no longer the
exclusive domain of the LP department. Effective LP increasingly requires a
multi-departmental approach. Our agendas are created to provide valuable
information for senior executives with the following remits:
|● Loss Prevention and Asset
● Cybercrime Prevention
● Travel Security
● Risk Management
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for a Safe Customer & Associate Experience
Mark Stinde, VP of AP,
After joining 7-Eleven in 2010,
Mark Stinde, VP of Asset Protection, and
his team helped revamp 7-Eleven's AP effort with a specific program aimed at
reducing armed robberies in stores. This included adding 35 new investigators,
building an effective law enforcement collaboration tool and deploying digital
video systems and remote monitoring to over 8,700 locations in North America.
Learn how these initiatives and others helped 7-Eleven increase case
resolutions, improve franchisee engagement and successfully monitor and manage
the recent Baltimore riots.
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PayPal Launches Quick & Easy Millennial-Friendly Payment Service
On Tuesday, PayPal announced a new service called PayPal.me, designed to add
some modern functionality to its old-by-Internet-standards payment platform. The
new offering takes a page from Venmo, the mobile payment app popular with
millennials that PayPal acquired last year. PayPal.me looks to bridge the gap
between ultra-casual Venmo and old-fashioned PayPal by making it extremely easy
for users to request money without using a mobile app or logging into PayPal's
website. PayPal.me caters to slightly more mature users by having them directly
send the request themselves from their own email or phone number. It also
requires the person completing the link to remember the nature and amount of the
debt in question, though a person could request a specific amount by sharing a
link with a number at the end, separated by a slash. "Paypal.me/barackobama/25"
for example. But the link isn't specific to the person, and the service doesn't
even know if a request has been sent. A person's PayPal.me address is nothing
more than a dropbox.
Online shoppers still harbor security concerns
A sense of security takes top priority for nearly one quarter of shoppers
polled, when evaluating whether to purchase goods from a retailer online,
according to a new global survey of 3,500 customers conducted. For one-quarter
of online shoppers polled, seeing payment authentication and digital certificate
logos displayed prominently on a retail site's homepage is the single most
reassuring element in the purchasing process. Forty-six per cent of consumers
globally admit this would help address their concerns. Shoppers also want
security transparency around just how retailers store personal and payment
details. Thirty-one per cent of shoppers worldwide said they do not wish for a
retail website to store their payment details.
E-commerce gets real with patent 8,788,445
In what appears to be a victory over Internet bots that troll web sites and
distort user data, Certona said its newest patent, U.S. Patent No. 8,788,445,
titled, "System and Method for Quantifying and Detecting Non-Normative
Behavior," will help retailers offer a better e-commerce experience. Certona
said its patented technology addresses the critical need to combat Internet bot
activity by weeding out irregular Web and mobile traffic, indicated by
structurally repetitive behavior and confusion from site navigation and path
analysis. Retailers can then automatically capture, flag and sequester irregular
activity from certain segments; thereby maintaining a high fidelity in the data
used to personalize a brand's customer experiences.
Neiman Marcus makes mobile shopping a snap
Chipotle testing mobile ordering, delivery on
White Plains, NY: Federal Agents bust Cargo Thieves- 1,200 Apple Computers
stolen, valued at over $1M Four men, including three from Yorktown
Heights, have been charged with participating in a scheme to steal, transport
and sell a shipment of 1,200 Apple MacBook Air laptops worth over $1 million and
selling them for cash. The units are worth about $1,000 each and the crooks were
selling them for $500 to $800. Federal Pprosecutors said on Wednesday, they knew
the stolen truck story did not add up. Anton Saljanin and his brother drove a
truck from Yorktown Heights to a technology company in Massachusetts to pick up
a shipment of roughly 1,200 Apple computers. The computers were being shipped to
two public high schools in New Jersey. The men drove the truck to the home of a
long-time friend, Ujka Vulaj where it is alleged the computers were off-loaded.
A fourth man, Carlos Caceres and Vulaj allegedly sold the computers illegally.
FL: Seven Arrested In Credit Card Fraud Busts; believe to be making $20-30,000
per week Undercover detectives arrested seven people in connection
with a credit card fraud ring during two overnight raids. A husband and wife
were taken into custody at a home in southwest Miami-Dade. Detectives say they
found 65 stolen credit cards, $5,000 dollars in cash and a gun. "We have over 60
to 65 counterfeit credit cards here, those are 60 to 65 victims that their
identity was stolen or their credit card information was stolen and it's being
used by these individuals to go out and make purchases," said Detective Marcos
Rodriguez. Earlier in the night, police arrested five other people at a home in
Westchester, where they recovered dozens of credit cards, cash and merchandise.
Police believe they were using the stolen cards to buy merchandise and re-sell
it at a fraction of the cost. Detectives believe the group was making about $20
to $30-thousand dollars a week.
TX: Fake Walmart employee walks out of Grapevine store with big-screen TVs
A thief masquerading as a Walmart employee walked out of Grapevine store last
month with four big-screen TVs. Police are asking for help catching the man who
stole the Samsung televisions Aug. 8. Wearing a vest and employee badge, the
suspect went straight to the stockroom, loaded up a hand truck with thousands of
dollars worth of smart TVs and walked out to an SUV and an accomplice waiting
outside. "He knows what he's going after," Grapevine police Sgt. Robert Eberling
said. "He pretty much committed the identical offense" at a Walmart in Bedford a
week later. In fact, Eberling says, the department has heard from a number of
other agencies around North Texas who have seen similar thefts.
WI: Burglar with Axe makes off with $5,000 worth of electronics; suspect in
Police said he would break in late at night, wielding a yard tool.
Surveillance video shows a burglar breaking into the Greenfield Target store in
May. He put down a sheet for his loot, then raised his axe to the iPad case.
Police said he got more than $5,000 worth of electronics. Weeks later, Target
security was ready. They were watching cameras at corporate headquarters when
they spotted a burglar inside the Menomonee Falls Target. Target security called
police, who arrested Quinton Murry, 24, as he left the scene. They said they
found six iPads and one Xbox in his car. It turns out this wasn't Murry's first
trip to Target. Court records show Murry had just gotten out of prison after
serving four years for using yard tools to break in to Target stores to steal
electronics, including the Brown Deer store near his home, which he hit three
Syracuse, NY: Macy's shoplifter charged with $1,600 Robbery for threats he was
armed A man was arrested after police say he robbed Macy's at Destiny
USA and when confronted by store security, told them he was armed. Around 1:55
p.m. Friday, Robert A. Bey Jr., 23, stole eight North Face jackets, valued at
$1,600, from Macy's. After Bey exited the store with the jackets, Macy's Asset
Protection Detectives confronted him. In response, Bey yelled at them, said he
had a gun and threatened force. He then fled on foot. He was later arrested in
the mall and charged with third-degree robbery and fourth-degree grand larceny,
Woodbine, NJ: New Jersey State Police recover $1,700 in Baby Formula
Destiny Parker, 23, and Shaw'nae Still, 19, both of Vineland, were charged with
shoplifting/ attempted shoplifting, the Acme Markets in Upper Township on two
separate occasions. Total goods allegedly stolen were approximately $1,700 in
baby formula. Both subjects were also found to have active warrants for their
arrest and were processed and relayed to the respective police departments for
processing on the warrants.
Woodcliff Lake, NJ: Victoria's Secret hit for over $1,000 in merchandise; 2
thefts in 10 days Police were dispatched to a Chestnut Ridge Road
business before 10 a.m. on a report of a theft. A store employee from Victoria's
Secret told police that over $500 of merchandise was stolen the night before
from a floor display, a large area of which an employee noticed was empty. The
employee told police that the bras taken were all the small size, and similar to
an unreported theft that occurred at the store 10 days before. That theft was
not reported because it was under the $500 threshold for company policy for
reporting a theft.
Moultrie, GA: Police seeking suspect in Grab and Run from Walmart
Cameras catch him walking out of the store with a pressure washer and welders.
Loss Prevention officers chase after the man who leaves the items and runs to
get inside the car.
Roxboro, N.C.: Credit card fraudsters hitting
Walmart for gift cards - iPhones
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Shelton, CT: 3 guns stolen in smash-and-grab burglary Someone smashed
their way into a Shelton gun store early Wednesday and made off with three semi-
auto handguns. The suspect threw a brick through the front glass door to get
into Valley Firearms, around 4:30 a.m., police spokesman Detective Richard Bango
said in a press release.
Lincoln Park, MI: Two men use fake credit card for $1,300 in Gift Cards at
Wendy's Lincoln Park police are asking for the public's help
identifying two men wanted in connection to credit card fraud at Wendy's. Two
men told the employee who sold them gift cards that they were both basketball
coaches and their team had just won the championship, so each of their 18
players were being rewarded with $100 Wendy's gift cards. Only 13 gift cards
were available for purchase. The men reportedly used a Mastercard credit card to
pay for the 13 gift cards in two $500 increments and one $300 increment. Wendy's
management later told detectives that the man had valid identification and a
signature that matched the name and signature on the credit card.
Longview, TX: Two Shoplifters arrested for Robbery after fight with Home Depot
Loss Prevention Two suspects in a Longview robbery have been arrested
after attacking store employees with various items, including a steel pipe. Gary
L. Nelson, 47, of Longview, and Bobby Ervin Nickoles, 43, of Longview, were
charged with robbery in connection with the incident. When officers arrived,
store employees told police that a man, later identified as Nelson, had taken a
large amount of items from the store. When he attempted to leave, a loss
prevention associate confronted him, and Nelson struck the employee with a tube
of caulking. A fight ensued, police say, and a second male, identified as
Nickoles, 43, got out of a vehicle and struck another employee. He then ran back
to the car and attempted to leave. However, Nelson was still fighting with
employees and police say Nickoles then got out of his car and threatened
employees with a steel pipe.
PA: 'I Need The Money More Than You Do': Armed Man to an Advanced Auto Parts
Employee Those are the desperate words police say an armed man uttered
during the robbery of an auto parts store in Philadelphia. The incident happened
about 8:50 p.m. on August 14 at the Advanced Auto Parts store located at 2210
Island Avenue. Investigators say the suspect entered the store, pulled out a
handgun from his waistband and told an employee to "open the register." The
employee then walked with the suspect to the back of the store where a second
employee was counting money. The suspect said to the employees "I need the money
more than you do" and took $2,500 from the desk and drawer.
Jacksonville, FL: Customer stops attempted Walgreens robbery
A Navy veteran stopped a man from robbing a Walgreens on Normandy Boulevard at
Memorial Park Road early Thursday morning. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
reported that the man told a store clerk that he had a gun. That's when a
customer took action. "He noticed something was kinda strange about the person.
Moved to the side and the suspect had his hands inside his pockets. The suspect
told the clerk he had a gun and wanted money. At that point, he and the customer
got into a scuffle," said Lt. Terrance James. "Because he believed he had a gun,
(the customer) pulled out a pocket knife and stabbed him." The man held the
suspect until police arrived, then the suspect was transported to a hospital and
treated for superficial stab wound.
Monroe, NC: Police looking for person who backed stolen car into two stores
Police say the driver backed the car into the stores around to break and enter
into them. The Page Plus store on Franklin Street was one of the stores broken
into around 4:19 Wednesday. This is the third time in three months thieves broke
into his cellphone store. Raceway #7 on Lancaster Avenue, was reportedly broken
into 8 minutes later at 4:27 a.m. The cash register was taken from that store.
Queens, N.Y.: 4 Skimmers found at ATM's in Queens
Albany, N.Y.: Man gets 2 years for credit card skimming
Paris, TN: Subway Manager stole $11,000, used
Alias for 25 years, AWOL from the US Navy
Olathe, KS: Woman arrested for getting high on canned air at Walmart
Egg Harbor, NJ: Police searching for suspect passing Counterfeit Cash at Forman
Duluth, MN: Man turns in ex-wife wanted on robbery spree, got away with cash and
Univ. of Southern Calf: Man charged in connection
with 1994 theft of OJ Simpson's Heisman Trophy
Hardware - Richmond, KY - Robbery
Auto Parts - Philadelphia, PA - Armed Robbery
- El Cerrito, CA - Robbery
- Greensboro, NC - Armed Robbery/ Shooting
Miller Pharmacy - Cadott, WI - Armed Robbery
General - Joplin, MO - Robbery
- Virginia Beach, VA - Armed Robbery/ 2 arrested
- DeKalb, GA - Armed Robbery/ Customer shot
General - LaGrange, GA - Armed Robbery
General - Daytona Beach, FL - Armed Robbery
General - Grand Rapids, MI - Armed Robbery
General - Horry Co, SC - Robbery
Depot - Horry Co, SC - Armed Robbery
Express - Spring Lake, NC - Armed Robbery
& Go - Springfield, MO - Armed Robbery
Shop - Bellevue, NE - Armed Robbery
- Monroe, NC - Burglary
Gear Firearms - Fountain Valley, CA - Burglary/ 2nd this week
Page Plus - Monroe, NC - Burglary
- Lafayette, TN - Burglary
- Grand Rapids, MI - Armed Robbery
- Jacksonville, FL - Armed Robbery
- Kingsport, TN - ATM/ Employee Theft
- Waynesboro, VA - Armed Robbery/ 3 Charged
- Merriam, KS - Armed Robbery/ Clerk shot
- Brooklyn, MD - Armed Robbery
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