"Shoplifting crew" hit Kohl's Evesham, N.J.
The trio hit Tuesday night, police said. The unidentified trio walked into the
store just after 8 p.m. and shoplifted more than $1,500 worth of merchandise
before taking off, police said. Video surveillance caught all three, police
said, and they're are asking anyone who recognizes them to contact the
department at 856-983-1116. (Source
Officers Bust traveling Counterfeit Credit Card ring in Boise
Boise Police were notified this morning by local employees of a major retail
chain about suspects attempting to use what appeared to be counterfeit credit
cards at one of the retailers local stores. Officers found the suspects, all of
whom have out-of-state identification, to be in possession of multiple
counterfeit credit cards, or cards made using stolen financial account numbers.
Officers found evidence the suspects were using the counterfeit cards to
purchase store gift cards and merchandise at stores in both Boise and Meridian.
Evidence recovered also indicates that the group had traveled from California
just yesterday for the purpose of perpetrating this counterfeit credit card
scheme here in Idaho. (Source
California couple guilty of cross-country identity theft, credit card fraud;
admission of nearly $400,000 in charges The second of a
two-person counterfeiting team, charged with identity theft and credit card
fraud from Florida to California, pleaded guilty Wednesday in an Atlanta federal
court. Elton Lee Flenaugh, 34, of Richmond, Calif., who also used the aliases of
Josh Ford and Ali Waheed, will soon be sentenced on one count of possession of
15 or more counterfeit or unauthorized access devices, and one count of
aggravated identity theft. Part of the plea agreement required Flenaugh to admit
he was responsible for $200,000 to $400,000 in fraudulent charges.
men steal $650,000 of wine from Seattle wine shop Two
men broke into Esquin Wine & Spirits, which contains 450 privately-rented wine
storage lockers, around 2:30 a.m. Nov. 29 and painted over its security cameras.
Taking advantage of the holiday weekend, the men stole more than 200 cases of
wine over the next 13 hours during nine trips in an SUV. Afterward, the men
reportedly cut the gas lines into Esquin and attempted to ignite them. It didn't
work, One suspect has been arrested. (Source
Von Maur Store employee charged with stealing $15,000 of shoes in Louisville
A Louisville man has been arrested for stealing approximately 150
pairs of shoes from the store where he worked. Louisville Metro Police say
Jeffrey R. Penn, 24, stole the shoes between May 1, 2012 and November 14, 2013
while employed at Von Maur in Oxmoor Center. Penn admitted to the thefts after
he was confronted by Von Maur management and told authorities he would list the
shoes for sale on eBay. According to police, the value of the stolen shoes was
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