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ORC Cases over $500,000 represent 90%+ of the $$$ where case dollars are reported - but only 6.5% to 8.8% of # of cases
 

  Total ORC Cases with $ Reported # cases over 500K Total Suspects in cases over 500k Total $ amount in cases over 500k Average $ amount per 500k Case Cases reporting $$ - % of 500K cases
 
%  total ORC $$ reported
2012 317 28 284 72,150,000 2,576,785 8.8% 49%
2013 508 33 465 484,125,000 14,670,454 6.5% 96.5%
2014 757 63 145 1,232,305,568 19,560,405 8.3% 98%


Fencing Operation: Northern New Jersey Fence sentenced to three years prison - selling 1,400 stolen appliances on eBay and Amazon  A Clifton man was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison for selling $275,000 worth of stolen appliances on eBay and Amazon. Abraham Baruchov, a 49-year-old father of nine and grandfather of seven, wept and pleaded for leniency while ducking behind his attorney and trying to shield his face from a news photographer. "There is no excuse," he said between sobs. "I made a mistake." He was led out of the Hackensack courtroom in handcuffs. Prosecutors said Baruchov's crime was no mistake. They said he purchased and received coffee makers and other appliances that he knew were stolen from a major retail company. They said that all the items – about 1,400 appliances, including Keurig and Cuisinart coffee makers – were bought with stolen credit cards. The items were then shipped to addresses used by Baruchov or were sent directly to his online customers, prosecutors said. Baruchov was aware of the whole scheme that went on for more than a year – from January 2013 to February 2014. northjersey.com

Kentucky State Police recover $360,000 of Baby Formula during random Vehicle Inspection  Kentucky State Police are investigating after a tractor-trailer was located with $360,000 in stolen formula. On February 12th, Kentucky State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement officers stopped a tractor-trailer on I-65 South at the Kentucky/Tennessee line. During the stop officers found a substantial load of baby formula in the trailer that did not have proper paperwork. CVE officers contacted the Kentucky State Police Vehicle Investigations Branch who determined the load was stolen from Fayette County, Ohio on February 3rd. The formula was valued at $360,000. Kentucky State Police are investigating the theft along with Fayette County Ohio's Sheriff's Department. wkyt.com

Three sister ORC ring hitting Walmart stores for baby formula in Greater Toronto Area (GTA)  Three sisters are accused of stealing more than $1,600 worth of baby formula from a Walmart store on Valentine's Day and police allege they attempted to take more of the product from other locations. Durham Regional Police say the alleged incidents began at a Walmart on Baldwin Street South in Whitby, where two women tried to leave the store without paying for more than $1,200 worth of baby formula on Saturday. An alarm went off and they fled to a car, which was being driven by a third woman. The formula was left behind, police say. Soon after that incident, police say the same three suspects went to a Walmart on Laval Drive in Oshawa. It is alleged they were "captured on store surveillance" stealing baby formula that was worth more than $1,600. Police say the same suspects were then spotted at a different Walmart in Oshawa, on Harmony Road North. Store security called police, but the women left the store and they also left behind a cart with baby formula in it. They were arrested in their vehicle. cbc.ca

More than $10,000 of furniture stolen from Sioux Falls store
Police are investigating after more than $10,000 of merchandise was stolen from Spencer Furniture in Sioux Falls. According to Police the theft happened sometime over the weekend, but was not discovered until Monday morning. Employees of Spencer Furniture found a garage door had a hole cut in it. Inside, files and paperwork had been dumped around. Workers also discovered a delivery truck had been loaded with more than $10,000 of furniture and then taken. Some of the stolen items included four mattresses, a love seat, chests, a nightstand, four rugs, and a coffee table. The truck was later found empty. ksfy.com

ORC male duo busted hitting Walmart in Riverdale, New Jersey for $3,000 in merchandise

Utah ORC Association Hosting 'Anti-Counterfeiting' Training Event for Law Enforcement on March 4th  Click here to learn more.

Man books Genius Bar Apple Appointment, Swipes 6 phones

North Coventry, PA Police apprehend Boscov's suspect in two-county car chase


Chillicothe, OH Police Seek Identity of Wal-Mart Theft Suspect

Multiple suspects sought in Gander Mountain thefts in Lubbock, TX 
 

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