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Man stole dozens of deodorants; threatened officer with box cutter  Bethlehem police said a man found Monday with nearly 70 sticks of stolen deodorant threatened police and a housing authority supervisor with a box cutter. Albert Rivera Jr., 36, of Allentown is charged with aggravated assault, resisting arrest, reckless endangerment, simple assault, harassment, possession of a prohibited offensive weapon, disorderly conduct, criminal mischief and retail theft. He was sent to Northampton County Prison under $150,000 bail. (Source

Harris County Sheriffs release video of second Best Buy shoplifter  Harris County Sheriff released surveillance video Tuesday of a couple of women accused of shoplifting from a Best Buy store. The incident happened on June 8, 2013 at a store located on Katy Freeway. Store employees said the women were acting suspiciously and when the security cameras focused in on the women it captured them stuffing merchandise into their purses. When an employee confronted them in the parking lot the suspects threatened the worker with a pair of scissors and then took off. (Source

Oaks Mall security, Gainesville Police apprehend a theft ring  
One of the suspects, Rico Deandre Frazier, was arrested. The Gainesville Police Department could not positively identify a second suspect, and a third person was detained but not arrested. Loss prevention officers at the J.C. Penney store saw Frazier, 22, and the unidentified suspect taking watches and bracelets and putting them into a purse before walking out of the store. The security officers followed the pair into the Dillard's store, where the suspects began handling expensive purses. The officials confronted the suspects, who ran off. Frazier was captured and handcuffed, but while he was being taken to the security office, he broke away after wrestling with a security officer. He ran off, but the security officer tackled him and, with the help of a bystander, detained him. Frazier told police he and the other two suspects had driven to Gainesville from Orlando to steal merchandise to sell. Police searched the suspects' car and found thousands of dollars worth of stolen merchandise, some of it with the anti-shoplifting devices still attached. The items included Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren purses, Polo clothes and TrukFit clothing. (Source

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