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Spokane Valley, Wash., officials book 4 brothers for theft, possession charges
Denis Kozubenko, Vitaliy Kozubenko, and Dmitriy Kozubenko, ages 25, 24, and 18 respectively, along with their juvenile brother were arrested by authorities from their home Tuesday morning. Officials said the arrest was the result of a three-month long investigation into store thefts in Spokane Valley, Post Falls, Spokane, and Airway Heights. Officials said they believe the brothers stole items and resold them on Craigslist. Officials said the investigation is ongoing and more arrests are expected. (Source

Female ORC duo hitting Target stores busted in Cumberland County, PA.  Police charge two Cumberland County women with multiple counts of retail theft. Mason Dillon and Casie Spoonhour both of Enola, were arrested at Target when they concealed DVD boxed sets and attempted to leave without paying for the items. Further investigation by Silver Spring Township Police revealed that through out the month of August the two women had allegedly committed 8 retail thefts that added up to $3495 in stolen merchandise. In additional to retail theft charges Spoonhour will also be charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. (Source

Two refunders busted in Sarasota by TJ Maxx National Task Force  
Two arrests were made in an alleged swindling scheme that appears simple, but systematic. Video surveillance shows that Katelyn Kemp, 20, would go inside T.J. Maxx; conceal shoes in her purse and leave. Minutes later, Kathleen Zahn, 39, would return the shoes in exchange for gift cards. Detectives believe the women did this on at least five occasions, possibly more, in July. An investigation was started Aug. 15 when local authorities were contacted by the T.J. Maxx National Task Force regarding the incidents. (Source

Delaware State Trooper injured in crash with ORC thieves fleeing Home Depot  Delaware State police say a trooper and four suspects were injured when a van fleeing from a shoplifting scene struck a police cruiser. It happened about 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Home Depot in Newark. Police said a van full of merchandise stolen from Home Depot left the parking lot. The van was spotted and followed on Interstate 95. Authorities say a trooper in a marked cruiser with emergency lights activated tried to stop the van, which crashed into it. Troopers say the van's five occupants fled; four were apprehended. The suspects and the trooper were taken to Christiana Hospital. Three suspects have each been charged with shoplifting over $1,500 and other offenses. (Source

Retailer's Alert

Investigators Ask For Public's Help To Catch "Shoplifting Gang" in Laurel County, KY  The Laurel County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in trying to find a "shoplifting gang" that has been hitting area discount stores. Investigators said a woman, two teenage boys and two young children have been shoplifting large amounts of diapers, baby formula and other items from area Dollar General and Walmart stores. Investigators think the thieves are re-selling the stolen items. Investigators said the suspect vehicle is a maroon Mercury Mountaineer with a Kentucky tag of 613 BEM. Anyone with information on Boone or these shoplifting cases is asked to call the Laurel County Sheriff's Office at 606-864-6600 or 606-878-7000. (Source (Source



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