Henderson, Nevada Man Arrested in Series of Target Store Thefts
Henderson Police have arrested a man in connection with thefts at
two Target stores in Henderson. Police arrested 30-year-old Harold Joseph
Michael on charges of burglary, grand larceny, petit larceny, conspiracy and
possession of burglary tools. He took items in five different incidents, police
said. Small electronics were the most common items stolen. Police are
investigating Michael and believe he may be responsible for a series of thefts
at Target stores in Las Vegas and North Las Vegas.
choke Target clerk in Greenwood Village, CO, fill shopping cart with electronics
Greenwood Village Police are asking for the public's help in identifying
shoplifters who choked a Target clerk into unconsciousness and then escaped out
a back door with a shopping cart full of merchandise. The suspect asked a clerk
to open the electronics merchandise case so they could look at some high-end
Beats Headphones. The headphones typically range in price from $200 to $400.
When the clerk bent over to open the case, one of the suspects grabbed the
employee from behind by his neck, causing him to lose consciousness.
TX Case of Shoplifting from Dillard’s turns into a Short Police Chase
A 33-year-old Beaumont woman refused to stop her car, the officer pursued her.
The chase ended a short time later at an apartment complex. "We know for sure
some shirts were taken, there may have been some other items and they're working
that out," said Sergeant Rob Flores, with the Beaumont Police Department. "She
also had two outstanding felony warrants for a prior theft, and a failure to ID.
She's in custody right now for the felony warrants, failure to ID, for felony
evading in a motor vehicle as well." Organized shoplifting rings have been on
the rise in Southeast Texas for the past few years. (Source
Inv. Reporter looks at Organized Retail Crime and how the Daytona Beach Police
are successfully working with Retailers Channel 9's Vanessa Welch
spent months looking into the issue and learned detectives with the Daytona
Beach Police Department are aggressively going after thieves. Daytona Beach
police Detective Scott Frantz said we are all affected by this kind of crime.
Frantz and his team go after people who keep the thieves in business, including
smaller store owners who are buying the stolen goods for pennies on the dollar
and using them to stock their shelves. (Source
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