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ORC 2-25-14




Ringleader & "World's Top Salesman" - cybercriminal admits to selling 118,000 stolen credit card numbers costing $59M  Using the online nickname "Eskalibur," he became one of the world's top salesmen of stolen credit card numbers in a cyberfraud that crisscrossed the globe from Ukraine to South Florida and New York. On Monday, Egor Shevelev admitted trafficking more than 118,000 stolen or fraudulent credit card numbers with an intended or potential loss of more than $59 million. Shevelev, who turns 28 on Tuesday, admitted that he was one of the ringleaders of the fraud, which he operated from his apartment in Kiev. Shevelev might have gotten away with his crimes here if he had stayed in Ukraine, which has no extradition treaty with the U.S. He was arrested while vacationing on the Greek island of Rhodes in 2008 and extradited to New York in 2010. (Source

Male ORC suspect busted stealing $1,000 of tooth whitening strips from Aurora, ILL., Target store

3 Toledo women charged in Mentor, OH TJ Maxx theft
Three women are accused of being involved in the Feb. 23 theft of 13 purses from TJ Maxx in Mentor that had a total value of $2,379.87. Two of the women face one count of theft, a fifth-degree felony. A third co-defendant faces one count of complicity to felony theft, a fifth-degree felony. Bond was set for each woman at $30,000. (Source


ORC 2-25-14
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