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Four Arrested After $200k Worth of Legos Found in Theft Investigation in Phoenix  Police have arrested four people accused of running a scheme to steal expensive Lego sets from Toys R Us stores around the Valley. Garry Fairbee, 35, Tarah Dailey, 33, Melissa Dailey, 34 and Troy Koehler, 40 have been arrested. Melissa and Tarah are cousins. They're each facing one or more of these charges: Organized retail theft, trafficking in stolen property, fraudulent schemes, and illegal control of an enterprise. Police were working on the case for more than four months. Detectives used surveillance video to identify Fairbee and Tarah Dailey after they allegedly stole high-dollar Lego play sets, worth $99.99 or more, from various stores and selling them for a profit. They are accused of removing the theft detection devices from the Lego sets, causing damage to the packaging. In most incidents, they put the Lego sets in either large gift bags and then in shopping carts, or inside shopping carts and then covered with the gift bags. The suspects would then flee the business without setting off the security alarm. (Source


Felons found with Drugs, Guns during shoplifting investigation at Kohl’s in Greenville, SC  Greenville County deputies said a shoplifting investigation at Kohl's led to three convicted felons facing charges for more serious crimes. Around 9:30 a.m. on Aug. 7, deputies responded to the store on Woodruff Road and spoke with loss prevention who said two women entered the store while a man parked close to the entrance, deputies said. Deputies said loss prevention employees observed Ashley Sims and Danielle Kelly concealing clothing and walking out the front door. They said the man, who was identified as Christopher Asbell, also went inside the store a short time later. Police said the vehicles they were driving was reported stolen. (Source

Two Arrested on Felony charges; hitting 3 Armstrong / Allegheny, Co PA Walmarts  Alyssa Nicole Depanicis and Larry Allan Davis II, are accused of putting merchandise in a large plastic bin and leaving the East Franklin Wal-Mart without paying early in the morning Thursday. The pair then headed to the Wal-Mart in Harrison, Allegheny County, where they allegedly tried the same scheme but left the bin behind when they left the store, police said. Police caught the two at the Frazer Wal-Mart in Allegheny County as they again tried to hide about $2,000 worth of items in a large bin. (Source

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