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ORC 5-27-14



Female ORC duo busted hitting stores up and down East Coast for over $200,000  Kannapolis, N.C., Police Officers arrested two women suspected of shoplifting thousands of dollars from stores up and down the East Coast. On Sunday, police received a call from a Target Loss Prevention Agent convinced the two women at Target on Bayfield Parkway were in the process of stealing merchandise, and members of a crime ring that have eluded police. Police uncovered $6,143 in electronics sealed in a file cabinet box. Police say the duo removed the filing cabinet from the box, and used the empty box to conceal the stolen merchandise. Police say the women used tape to reseal the box and tried to go through the check out, where they were stopped. Police say the suspects carried fake IDs. Eventually police identified the duo as Shiann Marie Johnson and Destiny Elaine Williams of Brooklyn, New York. Upon further investigation, police learned the women were wanted in New York, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Georgia for the same type of thefts. "We have received numerous calls from Target and CVS Corporation thanking us for arresting theses suspects. We discovered they are part of a shoplifting group that has stolen over $200,000 in merchandise from various businesses all over the east coast,” said Kannapolis Police Chief Woody Chavis. (Source

Four Fargo, SD women have been arrested for shoplifting and one for hitting a security guard with the getaway vehicle Saturday night  A call came in about 7:30 p.m. that three women were attempting to shoplift items from a store in West Acres. A mall security guard chased the suspects outside and followed them as they got into an SUV. As the vehicle left the scene, it struck the security guard. The guard, who did not suffer life-threatening injuries, refused an ambulance. (Source

CVS Pharmacy Tech accused of stealing 1600 Hydrocodone pills in Dunnellon, FL A drug store employee who police say has been pocketing hundreds of hydrocodone pills for months and taking them because she’s addicted to them has been arrested on 32 counts of grand theft and 32 counts of grand theft of hydrocodone. Nichole Bumgardner was taken into custody at 12:30 p.m. Friday by the Dunnellon Police Department. From October 2013 to the time of her arrest, Bumgardner told the officer in an interview, the woman had taken 1,600 hydrocodone pills valued at $1,161.99 from her employer. (Source

$10,000 worth of Violins stolen from a Wichita Music store  The Jim Starkey Music Center was robbed of eight instruments valued up to $10,000 early Saturday morning. Someone busted the front window of the business, setting off an alarm. (Source


ORC 5-27-14
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