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ORC trio hits Town Center at Boca Raton mall
Boca Raton police say Allen, 23, of Miramar, and Maynard, 25, of Lauderdale Lakes, were arrested on retail theft charges earlier this year. But Monday police found them, and Tristian Junior Douglas, 18, of Lauderhill, in a car with more than $2,000 in stolen clothes and other items after a trip to Town Center at Boca Raton mall. Inside a booster bag — a bag lined with foil to stop anti-theft devices from setting off alarms — police said they found True Religion jeans with the anti-theft devices still on them. They also found a Victoria's Secret bag with underwear as well as Dream Angels Body Wash, Kiss Lotion and Kiss Perfume.

Former Dillard's employee charged with ORC and organizing theft in Laredo  A former Dillard’s employee has been arrested for arranging the theft of designer brand clothing from the store, Laredo police said. Rolando Leza, 49, was served with a warrant Monday charging him with organized retail theft. At about 9 p.m. June 18, police officers responded to a theft call at Dillard’s. Security had detained a man identified as Fernando Villagomez, 30, for alleged theft. Villagomez allegedly conspired with then-Dillard’s employee Leza to steal the clothing, police said. The items totaled about $630, but Villagomez only produced a receipt showing he had bought about $10 in merchandise, police said. Police allege Leza did not scan the merchandise before putting it inside Villagomez’s bag, according to court records. Leza and Villagomez are out on bail. (Source

ORC trio hits Wal-Mart store in Spanaway, Wash., for digital cameras  Tacoma/Pierce County, the three men walked into the Walmart around 12:15 a.m. July 2 and tried to take several laptops out of a locked case. After failing to liberate the laptops, the men put 11 digital cameras into a shopping cart, left the store and drove off in a maroon Chevy Tahoe with custom rims, according to Crime Stoppers. (Source

Boston man sentenced to 6 years for credit card scheme: restitution set at $64,713. The Secret Service teamed up on an investigation begun by the Braintree police last fall of fraudulent uses of people's credit card information in Braintree. Yek Doug Wong, was charged with aggravated identity theft, possession of device-making equipment, using counterfeit access devices and being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition following a months-long investigation begun by the Braintree police last fall and joined by the U.S. Secret Service. The investigation began after several card owners reported unauthorized transactions at convenience stores, according to an affidavit by a special agent with the Secret Service. Wong often purchased hundreds of dollars in cigarettes on the doctored cards. (Source

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