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Brother-& Sister duo busted for theft ring targeting Home Depot in Wayne, Co, Michigan  A brother and sister have been making the rounds at local Home Depot stores, doing a lot more shopping then paying according to Police. They’ve been caught. But now the Wayne County Prosecutor needs your help to shut down the larger operation these 2 allegedly were in. (Source

Maryland State Police investigating “elaborate credit card theft scheme”; 4 charged with felony theft, conspiracy  State police said they think they have only "scratched the surface" with the arrests and are cautioning people to guard their personal and account information, the release said. The theft charges were in connection with an incident Friday at Resley Tire in the Hagerstown area, to which state police were called for a suspicious situation around 8:30 p.m., state police said A tire company employee took a telephone order for nearly $4,000 in tires, and the man placing the order said he would send someone to pick them up, After the tires were loaded into a commercial rental truck, the tire company employee asked for signatures and identification, but the two males who came to retrieve the tires sped away without providing ID. (Source

19 plead guilty or charged in years-long credit card fraud case hitting Ohio, Indiana and Michigan  More than 19 defendants have either pleaded or been sentenced in a years-long credit card fraud case that included incidents in Wood and Lucas Counties. The matter had been pending in Wood County Court of Common Pleas. The case, largely involving pattern of corrupt activity charges, stretched back to 2011 and included approximately 47 documented incidents. The pattern reportedly spread to other areas including Lima, Piqua, and Columbus, as well as into Michigan and Indiana. Most recently, Otha Randall Sr., 49, Toledo, was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison and ordered to make a restitution of more than $81,000 to be paid jointly and severally with the other defendants. He pleaded guilty in May to one count of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity with specification, a first-degree felony. In the indictment, Randall is noted as being involved personally in illegally obtaining credit card numbers, which were later fraudulently used. (Source

Credit Card skimmer bust in Valdosta, GA; 2 arrested with over 160 fake credit cards  The Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office arrested two men for credit card fraud and confiscated skimming devices during a traffic stop. Deputies with the Interstate Criminal Enforcement Unit stopped a Chevrolet Tahoe on Interstate 75 for repeatedly failing to maintain lane Thursday evening. During the stop, deputies noticed the driver and the passenger were acting nervous and moving around inside the vehicle, according to LCSO. Deputies searched the vehicle and located more than 160 credit cards in the names of the driver and the passenger that are believed to be counterfeit. (Source

Four charged with more than 70 counts of fraud in Lee Co, FL
What started as a highway traffic stop turned into four people being charged with 74 counts of credit card fraud and a fifth with 11 counts. The bust started as a highway traffic stop when a Lee County Sheriff's Office detective spotted two vehicles speeding along I-75 around 12:55 a.m. Thursday, according to a report. The two vehicles were following each other closely and the detective believed they were associated. (Source

Seattle, WA Police seek 2 women who threaten Niketown staff in robbery

La Vergne, TN convenience stores target of prepaid credit fraud: over $1000

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