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ORC 1-17-14




Albuquerque, Mew Mexico store hub of $100K shoplifting ring
Police detectives said they busted the hub of a large-scale shoplifting ring Thursday in southeast Albuquerque. Albuquerque police served a warrant at the Mexico Lindo store Thursday afternoon, following a four-month investigation. Police said the store is the center of a shoplifting ring and $100,000 in stolen merchandise was recovered. Authorities stated that shoplifting suspects allegedly sold items to the store. Fabian Moreno, 37, was arrested at the scene. Police said they're working with the district attorney's office on the charges. (Source


Teen boys charged in thefts of $11,725 in merchandise from Victoria's Secret at Sawgrass; News video breaks the case  Two male teenagers accused of stealing thongs and other garments from the Victoria's Secret store at Sawgrass Mills in Sunrise were charged with felony grand theft. Daniel Espinosa, 18, of Carol City, and a 17-year-old boy from Hialeah Gardens were arrested Wednesday after Sunrise Police say 850 garments worth $11,725 were stolen from the store during three incidents in 2012. On Tuesday, Sunrise Police released two surveillance videos from the store, the teenagers were turned in to authorities after a viewer saw them on television news reports. (Source

Pismo Beach, CA Police arrest couple on burglary, fraud, conspiracy, drug charges; 50 fake credit cards  A Southern California couple were arrested this week in Pismo Beach on suspicion of credit card fraud, drug possession and other crimes after they allegedly tried to use counterfeit credit cards at several businesses. Nathan Frank Smith and Sara Ashley Petrill were arrested Tuesday, Jan. 14. Officers went to Pismo Beach Premium Outlets about 4:45 p.m. to investigate a report of two people attempting to use counterfeit credit cards at numerous businesses. Police quickly tracked down Smith and Petrill, who were arrested on multiple charges. Investigators allegedly found the couple was in possession of about 50 credit and gift cards, card readers, devices for making credit cards, flash drives, other memory devices, computer equipment and small tools. Police also seized merchandise apparently purchased with counterfeit credit cards. (Source

Texas Woman indicted for alleged money laundering and Theft
A Montgomery County grand jury indicted a Conroe woman Tuesday on charges of money laundering. According to an offense report with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Nianna Nashell Payne, 35, is alleged to have possessed stolen property belonging to residents of an area assisted-living facility and profited from the sale of the allegedly stolen items. Payne was an employee of an assisted-living facility before allegedly being fired last summer after residents reported numerous instances of having personal items stolen. An investigator with the Conroe Police Department searched the defendant’s name online and allegedly discovered 181 pieces of jewelry sold by Payne to pawn shops and a gold buyer in Montgomery County, where Payne was paid $12,693. The detective secured the information by traveling to each pawn shop and gold buyer where the defendant allegedly sold the jewelry. (Source

Vineland, NJ Police arrest a man stealing baby formula from ShopRite  According to police, James Carter was in the Landis Avenue ShopRite around 10 p.m., placed numerous cans of baby formula in his shopping cart and attempted to leave the store without paying. Authorities estimate the value of the baby formula at $373.98. (Source


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