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ORC 1-27-14




Police extradited and charge man with theft of $32K of XBOX consoles from a North Middletown Township Distribution Center  Police extradited a man from Queens, N.Y., on Jan. 24 for the theft of $32,000 in Xbox consoles from CEVA Logistics in North Middleton Township last year. Police obtained a warrant for the arrest of Jean W. Samedi, 35, on Nov. 7, after the Xbox consoles were stolen from CEVA, in the 1500 block of Distribution Avenue, on July 8. Samedi was arrested at John F. Kennedy Airport on Jan. 9. He was sent to Cumberland County Prison on $75,000 bail. (Source 

Richland County Sheriff’s Department identifies two of four suspects wanted for shoplifting at Macy’s; $8000 in thefts  The Richland County Sheriff’s Department has identified two of the four suspects wanted for shoplifting on three separate occasions at Macy’s. Ricardo Delon Tucker, 25, and John Rolando Washington, 23, and two other unidentified suspects are accused of stealing Levi’s, Polo and a variety of children’s clothes from Macy’s on Two Notch Road Dec. 7, 12 and 13. Police say approximately $8,000 in merchandise was stolen. (Source

Super-fake goods keep NFL, feds scrambling
Last year, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, working with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and state and local police in "Operation Red Zone," seized a record $13.6 million worth of counterfeit NFL merchandise. And this year, with the game in the New York metropolitan area, the illegal sales could be even higher, said Dolores DiBello, associate counsel for the NFL. (Source

Columbus, OH City Attorney says Shoplifting up 55 percent since 2008; More-diligent enforcement, down economy among reason  According to the Columbus City Attorney's Office, misdemeanor theft charges in retail stores have spiked 55 percent since 2008, while the number of first-time offenders has dropped -- meaning the same people are committing a larger percentage of the crimes. (Source

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