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SAVE THE DATE: 5th Annual GRAORCA Retail Crime Conference Is Being Held On August 19th 2015!  For our 5th year we have moved the date of the 2015 GRAORCA Conference to August 19th 2015. This move has allowed us to ensure we are bringing together the best quality event for you to participate in and attend! The 2015 GRAORCA Retail Crime Conference will be held at AmericasMart in Downtown Atlanta. Speaker and Breakout sessions are being developed and sponsorship opportunities are being finalized. Please contact us if you are interested in participating as a vendor or have a speaker recommendation. More information and details coming soon!

Iron Mountain, MI Walmart thief wants Out of Plea Deal; thousands in merchandise recovered from his home  The 24 year old man caught stealing from the Walmart in Iron Mountain wants out of his plea deal. Steven Gerow was arrested in June 2014 by the Iron Mountain police department. Gerow had initially pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree retail fraud and one second-degree count, but later entered a guilty plea to a single first-degree count. 'Habitual offender, third offense' status was also attached to his case. When officers arrived, they found Gerow fleeing the store's loss prevention staff. Police also said they later recovered several thousand dollars in stolen merchandise from his house. "These actions reflect a very calculated and deliberate scheme, which lasted a considerable duration and resulted in a significant loss to a local retailer," said Lisa Richards, Prosecuting Attorney.

Tulsa, OK Police arrest 2 men hitting multiple Home Depot's in Credit Card Scheme  Police arrested two Michigan men on April 1 for using dozens of counterfeit credit cards at three Tulsa area Home Depot stores. Officers arrested Deion Stegall and Jamauri Gibson, both 22, at the Home Depot near 71st Street on complaints of purchasing gift cards at self checkout lines using counterfeit cards. Police said the pair had also visited Home Depot stores near 91st and Delaware and near 41st and Sheridan. They said Stegall and Gibson had flown to Tulsa from Michigan, rented a car and drove to the three stores. Police said both men had $5,000 in gift cards and 47 counterfeit MasterCard credit cards in the name of Sean Smith. Stegall also had a counterfeit Iowa driver's license in Smith's name, police said.

ORC thief stealing $1,600 of electronics assaults Target LP in Marlton, NJ
A New Jersey man is accused of assaulting a Target store employee while allegedly trying to shoplift $1,600 in electronics. The incident happened on April 3rd at the Target store located on Route 73 in Marlton. According to investigators, the suspect, identified by police as 32-year-old Paul Gullo, was trying to shoplift $1,600 worth of electronics from the store. While trying to shoplift the items, investigators say Gullo physically assaulted a Target employee. Evesham Police officers arrived at the scene and placed Gullo under arrest.

UK: Mother and her Two Daughters made $75,000 in family shoplifting racket; ordered to pay back just $1,500 each  A mother-of-two branded 'Fagin' made almost $75,000 in a lucrative family shoplifting firm with her daughters - and now they have been told to pay back just $1,500 each. Dawn Bainbridge, 47, led a 'family business' that saw her and her two daughters steal thousands of dollars worth of clothes from high street stores across the North and sell them online through Facebook. Their company 'Designer Goods North East' took more than $10,000 in online payments in just four months. In a note seized by police, one daughter boasted of making $150 a week and said she dreamed of going it alone. At Newcastle Crown Court last year jailed Bainbridge for 30 months, her daughter Claire Bainbridge, 21, for 20 months and other daughter Caitlyn Bainbridge, 19, to 16 months behind bars. The mother, who is still serving her sentence, and two daughters, who have since been released, were back in court today.

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