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ORC 1-31-14




Florida-based Felony Lane Gang believed to be now operating in Arkansas  Little Rock police say a Florida-based identity theft gang has surfaced in Arkansas. It targets women who leave their purses in their cars. Across the country, there's been dozens of arrests and hundreds of victims. There's been arrest after arrest. It's a large organized crime ring with no signs of slowing down. "Most of them obviously happen in the middle of the night," said Little Rock Police auto theft detective Paige Cline. Many of the crimes have been caught on camera. It's a group of several men and women who police say break into vehicles, stealing checks, driver's licenses, credit cards, and debit cards. (Source

New Indiana Law Targets Selling Goods at Pawn Shops  A new state law that aims to catch burglars in the act of selling off their ill-gotten goods will cost local coin shop owners both time and money. Owner’s must now pay an annual fee of $150 – $100 goes to the state and $50 goes to the local police department – and also better document every purchase he makes. When someone comes into his store wanting to sell jewelry, the Owner must photograph each of the items as well as the seller’s driver’s license or personal ID card. (Source


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