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ORC 6-17-14



Fraud charges filed in CarMax $150,000 stolen car scheme in Houston  The alleged mastermind of a fraud scheme involving the use of fake identities to steal cars from CarMax is behind bars. Jeareme Mosley and two others are accused of conspiring to give false credit information in order to steal cars from Car Max and Santander Financial Services. Mosley was accused of providing personal information, like addresses, social security information and bank information for customers to submit fraudulent online credit applications. In court documents, investigators say it was a fraud scheme that led to theft of seven cars worth $150,000. (Source

Miami Marine Store Hit for $300,000 by Burglars  Police in Miami are looking for a group of thieves that spent three hours methodically searching for the loot they wanted inside a Miami marine electronics facility. By the time the thieves were done, they had helped themselves to $300,000 worth of goods from radars to satellite phones and even some solar panels. The store, Atlantic Radio Telephone, is owned and operated by Conrad Webber. The company took a hit from the theft, but surveillance video captured the entire robbery from multiple angles. (Source

Two men sought in $3000 Toronto Blue Jays jersey theft from stadium
Two men are being sought after Blue Jays jerseys were stolen from Rogers Centre. The theft happened June 2 at the Blue Jays Shop at Gate 5, Toronto Police said Monday in releasing surveillance images of the two suspects. Twelve Jays jerseys valued at a total of more than $3,000 were taken. (Source

Alleged teen shoplifter found in Walmart restroom stall
A Walmart loss prevention officer told police the 15-year-old and Davonte D. Morris, 18, had bagged numerous items inside the store and then tried to push the shopping cart filled with $446 worth of merchandise out the store’s grocery exit. When the loss prevention officer tried to detain them at the exit, Morris stopped, but the girl ran toward the Super 8. (Source



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