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ORC 10-1-14




1 woman indicted for ORC another waiting to be indicted in Rochester, N.Y. for conspiring to steal from Walmart  Myriah Allard, 23, of Mechanic Street, Rochester, and Jordan Schieferdecker, 23, of West Concord Street in Dover, were arrested in May on the felony theft charge for allegedly agreeing to steal about $50 worth of items from Walmart while attempting to make monetary gain, according to police. (Source

Alleged $50,000 cell phone burglars may have used Drone to monitor Police in Newark and Union City, NJ  Police say two men are suspected of using a drone to monitor police while they carried out burglaries in Pennsylvania and other states. Chaviv Dykes, 20, of Newark, and Duane Holmes, 44, of North Bergen, were arrested in Upper Saucon Township, Pa. on Aug. 14, after they were found carrying more than $50,000 in cell phones taken from a Verizon Wireless store and other electronics outlets during a string of smash-and-grab burglaries. According to Det. Tom Nicoletti of the Upper Saucon police, Holmes was also carrying a drone equipped with a remote control camera, which another detective had observed hovering over the township police station a day earlier. A review of the camera's tape failed to turn up any footage of the station, but did find overhead images of Newark, New York City and elsewhere, Nicoletti said. (Source

2 Tampa men charged with credit card fraud
The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office has arrested two Tampa men who drove to Venice to use cloned credit cards at area Publix stores. The manager of the Jacaranda Boulevard location reported that a man tried to buy four gift cards but had to go through multiple credit cards before he found an active one. The last four digits on the card did not match the last four on the receipt. She provided a description of the suspect and a partial tag number for the van he got into, and called to alert the store at Jacaranda and US 41. Deputies also responded to that location and found the suspect and the driver in the parking lot. After identifying the suspect as Jerome Stubbs, deputies learned he had a Hillsborough County warrant and determined the 14 credit cards in his possession were counterfeit. Driver Kelson Clemont gave deputies permission to search his van and they found a handheld skimming device, an American Express card with Master Card track data on the magnetic strip and a firearm concealed between the driver's seat and center console. (Source

Creve Coeur, MO man gets 6 years for areawide Walmart burglary spree
McCure, 49, actually spent last spring on a burglary spree at Walmarts throughout Tazewell County, Morton included, with another theft at a Peoria store along the way, according to charges. He specialized in furniture, dishware, and lawn and garden items. He was sentenced Monday to six years in prison for burglary in one of the Tazewell cases, which he'll serve concurrently with a four-year term he recently received for a similar crime in Peoria. Those convictions bring the tally to six burglary and theft charges lodged against McCure since 2002, including one each in Ohio and Indiana and another in downstate Illinois. (Source

Two wanted for Victoria's Secret $1200 theft in Myrtle Beach, SC could be linked to others  Two people are wanted for stealing over $1,200 worth of merchandise from Victoria's Secret Monday afternoon. Myrtle Beach Police responded to the Victoria's Secret at Broadway at the Beach where a witness said that two people walked into the store and went to an "obscure" corner. The witness told police that the two suspects carried large black garbage bags and attempted to fill them with merchandise. When the witness approached the suspects, they dropped what they had and left the store. The police report says that the suspects ended up taking $1,271.85 worth in merchandise. The description as the suspects of a shoplifting incident that occurred at another Victoria's Secret prior, according to the police report. (Source

Hilltown, PA shoplift suspect charged after Richland arrests him in separate theft
A central Bucks County man has been arrested on charges of stealing nearly $1,000 worth of baby formula in August from the Hilltown Township Walmart. Christopher M. Covaleski was arrested two days after shoplifting the formula at the 1515 Bethlehem Pike store. (Source

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