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ORC 10-2-14






An Excerpt from the Keynote Speech at the OROCC Conference

Average ORC case value swells over last three years - as reported in the Daily 
The average case value over the last three years: in 2012 it was $460K, in 2013 it was $987K, and this year it's $1.9M, which is getting close to the NRF's recent ORC survey showing the average case value being $2.8 million, with 13% of retailers estimating the value to be more than $5 million. But remember this is only representative of what is publically reported by the news and courts and obviously offers a very restricted and controlled view of the problem. But with 26 states having ORC laws and more and more reporters learning about ORC themselves by reporting on it and seeing it in the courts, we'll continue to see these reports increase over time, which give us a much better tool to measure actual court cases.


Police bust major theft ring in North Seattle; Diary leads Police to hundreds of stolen packages  Seattle police have stopped a major mail theft ring. Detectives arrested four people who are believed to be responsible for hundreds of crimes, including break-ins and identity fraud. They got their break at an apartment near Northeast 50th Street and 11th Avenue Northeast. Police said a woman had moved in there, wasn't paying rent, and was using the apartment to stash hundreds of pieces of stolen mail, IDs, and boxes of packages she and her friends had stolen from homes and cars. Seattle police suspected there were three others involved in the crime ring. They arrested the main suspect's 34-year-old boyfriend. (Source

Four men accused of fraudulent shopping spree in Riverdale, Utah
Four out-of-state men are accused of fraudulently purchasing more than a dozen Apple products at the Target and Best Buy stores here in September. Keith Larosiliere, Amyr Sealy, Gerren Devlin and Justin Troy Brown have been booked in the Weber County Jail and each face a bevy of charges related to the allegedly fraudulent purchase of six iPhones, three Apple computers and several iPads on Sept. 24. The suspects will all be in court Oct. 7 before 2nd District Judge Noel Hyde in Ogden. Riverdale police arrested the men after conducting a traffic stop on their rental vehicle and reportedly finding drugs, phony credit cards and the merchandise inside. Larosiliere, a 30-year-old man from New York, was reportedly the driver of the vehicle. (Source

Update: Police charge three with attempting to use fake credit cards in Palm Beach, FL  Police arrested three people in two days, alleging they tried to buy a combined $90,000 worth of watches at Cartier with fake credit cards. Police are investigating whether the crimes are linked, Capt. Jeff Trylch said. On Monday, police charged Dayana Torres of Miami with grand theft after she allegedly tried to buy a $41,600 watch at the Worth Avenue store with a fake American Express card. On Tuesday, police arrested Erick Ivan Hernandez of New Orleans, saying he tried to buy two watches at Cartier using a fake credit card, one of three fake cards in his possession. Police also arrested Sergio Alain Caraballo-Padron of Homestead, who drove Hernandez to the store in a silver BMW, police reports show. (Source

ORC 10-2-14
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