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NYC ORC Trio busted hitting pharmacies in Westport
The NYC trio were hitting Walgreen and CVS pharmacy's in Conn. and were arrested last week. Sharri Anderson, 43, of the Bronx,; Shauntay Williams, 30, of Manhattan, and Tyrone Fox, 23, of the Bonx, were charged after officers stopped them on Post Road East about 6:30 p.m. Sept. 26 after they were reportedly seen shoplifting merchandise from the CVS pharmacy on Post Road East, police said. (Source

Authorities identify armed and dangerous ORC suspect hitting supermarkets in Cumberland County, PA  Hitting Giant food stores and Weis Markets the 41-year-old has been recorded on video and the police have active warrants out for his arrest. (Source

Three brothers and a woman charged with a series of retail thefts in Hermitage, Pennsylvania  Hermitage police have charged three brothers and a woman who lives with them for a series of retail thefts and fraudulent returns of some of the stolen merchandise. Nicole M. Miller, 27 has been charged with summary retail theft for stealing $114 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s. Kenneth N. Matvey, 36, of the same address, has been charged with summary retail theft for stealing $80 in merchandise from Kohl’s. Kenneth Matvey stole ammunition valued at $741 on Sept. 13 from Walmart and selling $150 worth of ammo to Elite Firearms. Christopher Matvey is charged with retail theft and conspiracy to commit theft for selling more of the ammo Sept. 13 at Elite.

Trio in Florida suspected of stealing laptops
Chipley police hope you might recognize these three women who are wanted on shoplifting charges. Police say the women walked into Wal-mart on September 12, selected three laptops and took them to the menswear department where they removed the electronic security devices were removed from the boxes. The suspects then stuffed the laptops in stolen canvas bags and/or purses and walked out of the store. (Source

Buffalo man apprehended with $1000 worth of jeans at Fashion Outlets of Niagara  A Buffalo man who allegedly stole more than $1,000 worth of jeans from a store at Fashion Outlets of Niagara pleaded not guilty to a three-count indictment Friday in Niagara County Court.Tracy T. Rhym, 49, of Woodland Avenue, is charged with fourth-degree grand larceny as well as two drug charges: seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument. The Assistant District Attorney Joseph A. Scalzo said there has been a rash of shoplifting incidents involving high-priced True Religion jeans at the Saks Off 5th store in the mall. Scalzo said that on June 29, Rhym allegedly “loaded a trash bag with thousands of dollars worth of merchandise.” After that arrest, Rhym, a parole violator, was arrested in Clarence on robbery and assault charges, and in Buffalo on a petit larceny charge, Scalzo said.

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Rex Gillette, VP Retail Sales, Protection 1.

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