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More Details on Yesterday's Cargo theft task force multi-million dollar bust in Florida  The group took stolen trucks to stash houses in Highlands County and Hillsborough County before offloading the stolen goods and taking the cargo to Miami, according to a news release from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Law enforcement officers recovered six stolen trucks and nine trailers, including some with the loads still intact. Those arrested include: Iandy Jimenez, 34, of Lakeland, Fla.; Alexis Palau, 48, of Miami Lakes, Fla.; Enrique Bernardez, 46, of Mulberry, Fla.; and two other suspects who have been charged but not yet arrested. All five have been charged with racketeering, conspiracy to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act or RICO Act, grant theft over $100,000, cargo theft, and burglary. The investigation is ongoing and the FDLE anticipates additional arrests,” the release said. The investigation was conducted jointly by multiple law enforcement agencies, including the Florida Department of Law Enforcement;, the Florida Commercial Vehicle and Cargo Theft Task Force; the Florida Highway Patrol; CSX Railroad Police; Haines City Police Department; and sheriff’s offices from Polk County, Lake County, Lee County, Highlands County, Hernando County, Hillsborough County, Osceola County, Pasco County, Marion County and Jacksonville. (Source

ORC threesome hits CVS for 34 ink cartridges in Saddle Brook, N.J. with one busted and three still loose - ORC gang operating in area  Saddle Brook Police arrested a woman for allegedly shoplifting 34 ink cartridges from CVS on July 19, and police are still looking for two additional suspects. The female suspect according to police, she was not cooperative or forthright regarding the identity of her accomplice, who is described as a black woman, 20 to 25 years old, of average height with medium length straight black hair. "We believe this was an organized group involved, that target CVS and other pharmacies for shoplifting because of the wide variety of merchandise and over-the-counter medications they sell," said Saddle Brook Deputy Police Chief Robert White. (Source

ORC group of four busted in Orange County, N.Y. hitting Galleria Mall
Four men that are believed to be connected to a dozen thefts around Wallkill are behind bars. Town of Wallkill police say Monday around 7 p.m., police responded to a call for suspicious persons at the Galleria Mall. Galleria Mall security reported the suspects, who had previously stolen property from J.C. Penney's. Police arrested Gerard Klug, 28, and charged him with petty larceny, criminal possession of burglar's tools, and possession of a hypodermic instrument. Police say they found a third suspect, Michael Kyles, 21, inside the mall at Hollister's. Kyles has been charged with criminal possession of stolen property and falsifying business records after he was found attempting to return stolen items to Hollister. A fourth suspect was identified and arrested early Tuesday. Sean Smith, 27, has been charged with petty larceny and conspiracy. (Source

Male - female duo busted hitting Wal-Mart for electronics and believed to be involved in other burglaries in Washington State  Post Falls Police tell us that the team went to the Wal-Mart with the sole purpose to steal. The female waited with the males Infant daughter while the he went in to steal what ended up being thousands of dollars in electronics. This was not the first time this couple had targeted this Wal-Mart which is located off of Mullan Ave in Post Falls. All of these instances were this month and totaled 22-hundred dollars in electronic merchandise. The two subjects apprehended were 22-year old Orlando Jaramillo and 20-year old Tetayana Landrus. After police took them into custody. The two are believed to be involved in other burglaries in Washington State and are facing burglary charges. (Source

Nationwide ID thief who hit Wal-Mart stores for over $370,000 and busted at Tanger Outlet Mall gets two years in prison  An Ohio man who admitted to being involved in a nationwide identity theft and counterfeit check ring has been sentenced in New Hampshire to three years in prison. Sentenced Monday, nearly two years after he and two other men were arrested in August 2011 at the Tanger Outlet Mall in Tilton. Investigators found in their car stolen identities of hundreds of people and equipment used to make false ID cards and checks. They cashed more than $370,000 in bogus payroll checks at Wal-Mart stores nationwide between 2009 and 2011. (Source

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