Two men charged in gas-pump 'skimming' hitting Wal-Mart stores from
April 2012 through January
A federal grand jury alleged in the indictment that the two men
traveled from their homes in Washington state to Oklahoma, Texas and
Arkansas. The indictment alleges that they rented vehicles, checked
into hotels and placed skimming devices on gas pumps at Walmart
stores from April 2012 through January of this year. The skimmers
would be left in place for one or two months and then transferring
the "skimmed" information to counterfeit debit or credit cards and
then using those cards to withdraw large amounts of cash from ATMs.
ORC suspect made at least 7 TV-shoplifting trips to same
Bridgewater, N.J., Target store
In some of those instances Paul Mason made more than one
shoplifting trip to the department store on the same day. Mason even
brazenly returned to the store after being caught red-handed by
store security, police said. beginning on May 25th and ending on
July 3rd when he came back twice to steal two TV's.
Laughing ORC Duo busted at TJ Maxx after hitting Sally Beauty and
Old Navy in Madison. WI. Two Madison women were arrested for
shoplifting Wednesday, one of whom laughed at a store security guard
while leaving the store with a bulging bag of goods, Madison police
reported. Shatanae Mims, 28, and Ronda Alexander, 24, were
tentatively charged with retail theft, police said in a news
release. The two women allegedly took goods from two stores and were
ready to hit another store when police arrived and made the arrests.
Shoplifting ringleader arrested in California; believed to have
stolen $100,000 in merchandise. R’Mani Minard is believed
to be the ringleader of a shoplifting network that focused on
several malls and high end shops in the San Francisco Bay area.
Minard and his crew are believed to have stolen over $100,000 of
merchandise. Minard is being held on 13 felony burglary and one
count of robbery, stemming from an incident where a Victoria’s
Secret employee was injured when attempting to stop a shoplifting.
women in Winter Haven roll merchandise out of a Walmart. Two
female suspects are believed to have stolen baby and children’s
clothing by placing the items into a rolling trash can and a large
plastic tote. The two were caught on surveillance leaving the store.
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