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Tennessee Multi-State Cargo Theft Ring Leader Pleads Guilty in Federal Court - Fencing Trailer Contents in Chicago & Detroit  Nunn, the owner of Nu World Trucking, LLC, was the leader of a cargo theft ring that used the resources of Nu World Trucking to steal cargo in various states. They did so by “bob-tailing” (meaning they traveled in a road tractor truck, without a semi-trailer attached) through truck stops and service stations located on or near interstate highways, looking for semi-trailers that had been left parked and unattended, and were not coupled to road tractors. When they located a semi-trailer that appeared to be unattended, they would steal the semi-trailer and the goods it contained by coupling their road tractor truck to it and driving off. After having stolen a semi-trailer and its contents, they usually transported the stolen goods to the Chicago, Ill., and Detroit, Mich., areas to be “fenced” or sold. Nunn’s co-conspirators included his nephew, Michael Lee Sherley, 49, of Memphis, Tenn. (who pleaded guilty on March 19, 2014), his son, Roderick Nunn (who pleaded guilty in a related case in the Western District of Michigan) and others. The government plans to establish that co-conspirators committed thefts in various states, including Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. (Source

Fraudulent Credit Card Group - Fencing Stolen Gas - Charged in Ontario, Canada
A large group of people using stolen credit cards to buy and re-sell fuel have been arrested and charged. Peterborough County OPP began an investigation the group since late May after getting a call about some suspicious fuel transactions. Police discovered that a least nine different people were using stolen credit cards to buy fuel that was later re-sold at three other gas stations in Bewdley, Caledon and Vaughan. (Source

Former T-Mobile employee in Deer Park, TX accused of stealing $80K worth of computers and cellphones  Sebastian Alberto Aguilar, 31, is charged with aggregate theft. He has posted a $61,000 bond. According to court documents, Aguilar stole more than $80,000 worth of cellphones and iPad tablets from a T-Mobile store in Deer Park from May through June. (Source

Police say three charged in Cary, NC were wide-ranging ID thieves; possible Felony Lane Gang  Detectives cannot say if three men arrested with a bag of stolen driver's licenses and credit cards are part of a Florida crime organization known as the Felony Lane Gang or just copycats, but they were apparently involved in thefts across the state, Capt. Don Hamilton said Monday. When police arrested Jimmy L. Harold, 23, Gregory Greene, 21, and Nathaniel Ursery, 16, at a Motel 6 on Friday afternoon, they had what Hamilton described as “tons of stolen ID’s” with names and addresses from Greensboro, Winston-Salem and other communities, including Cary. All three men said they were from Fort Lauderdale. (Source

Credit card thieves hit Home Depot in Coral Springs 5 times for $6k - Do you recognize them?

Staten Island, NY man charged with stealing $3000 in electrical breakers from The Home Depot

Two charged in thefts from Kohl's, Academy Sports in Dothan, AL


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