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3 members of Florida ID theft gang arrested in Baton Rouge, LA  Three members of a Florida identity theft gang were arrested Saturday and accused of three vehicle burglaries in two separate BREC parks, the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office said. John Wright, 33; Curtis Standley, 34; and Tony Lester, 27, all of Pompano Beach, Fla., and all self-proclaimed members of the nationally known “Felony Lane” gang, were booked into Parish Prison on Saturday on three counts each of simple burglary, theft and criminal damage to property, and one count of possession of burglary tools. Wright also was booked into Parish Prison on five counts each of simple burglary, theft and criminal damage to property from vehicle burglaries that occurred in February in south Baton Rouge. (Source

Sonoma Co. Deputies Arrest 5 in Credit Card Fraud Scheme at Rohnert Park Hotel  Five Bay Area residents were arrested Saturday for theft using fraudulent credit cards, the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office said. The fake cards contained numbers from legitimate credit cards but a false name or the name taken from a stolen driver’s license, sheriff’s Sgt. Mike Raasch said. Two of the suspects tried to get cash from an ATM machine at the Graton Resort and Casino with a fraudulent credit card over the weekend, Lt. Steve Brown said. Three of the suspects, however, were able to get several thousands of dollars from the ATM machines. (Source

Mass. woman receives suspended sentence for organized Salem mall shoplifting ring  A Massachusetts woman accused of engaging in an organized shoplifting ring with another woman received a suspended prison term for shoplifting and using a device designed to thwart alarm systems at stores in the Mall at Rockingham Park in Salem. Katery Lora, 24, was sentenced to a one- to three-year prison term after pleading guilty to participating in an organized retail crime enterprise. Prosecutors said the women worked together to steal clothes and various merchandise from Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister, American Eagle, Victoria’s Secret, Express, Gymboree, Gap Kids and Brookstone. (Source

Police say Walmart thief impersonated employee in several Wisconsin stores
Police say a team of Madison thieves took iPads from multiple Walmarts using a scheme in which one of them impersonated a store employee. The suspects allegedly made off with merchandise from the Lake Delton Walmart in early March. But they were allegedly caught pulling the same heist in Janesville a few days later, which allowed local investigators to identify them in surveillance videos at the local store. The Sauk County District Attorney’s Office has filed felony retail theft charges against 24-year-old Victor M. Davis and 54-year-old Kathleen A. Rynes, both of Madison. (Source

Louisville Man admits to of baby formula theft
A Louisville man admitted to stealing large quantities of baby formula from a local business and then selling it for a reduced price on the Internet. Daniel Dickson, 27, pleaded guilty in Holmes County Common Pleas Court to theft. Dickson also agreed to a joint sentencing recommendation of nine months in prison. (Source

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