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Police shut down ORC gang in Portland area that had set up their apartments as retail stores Three Gresham residents are behind bars, accused of setting up stores in their apartments from which they sold thousands of dollars in stolen items at deep discounts. police seized nearly $47,000 worth of stolen merchandise from two apartments and a storage unit during their investigation, which began earlier this month in response to huge numbers of shoplifting cases at area Safeway, Albertsons, Target and Fred Meyer stores, said Gresham police Sgt. Claudio Grandjean, department spokesman. More warrants were issued, more merchandise was seized and more suspects were arrested. (Source

ORC group of two using fraudulent credit cards in Idaho busted and believed to be part of a larger ring. The pair of Florida suspects had defrauded Walmart stores in Boise, Chubbuck, Blackfoot and Mountain Home prior to Rexburg. They bought merchandise and Walmart gift cards using manufactured credit cards with valid numbers on them. After their Rexburg stop, they’d planned to head to Billings, Mont., and possibly onto Washington state, where police said one suspect may have relatives. Rexburg Police Capt. Randy Lewis said the men are Cuban, and believes they are likely part of a larger fraudulent credit card ring. We think they may be the runners,” Lewis said. "We believe it’s a lot bigger." "We believe there may be other states involved." (Source

ORC Trio busted passing counterfeit money at Wal-Marts and Kmart stores in Frederick, Md. The Frederick News-Post reports that the trio was using counterfeit bills to purchase items at Walmart and Kmart stores, then returning the items a short time later to collect real cash. The scheme was first reported by employees at Kmart in December. Police said it was a good catch by the store workers. (Source

California ORC member sentenced to 2 years in prison His team had been hitting Pottery Barn, Sephora, Victoria's Secret, Eddie Bauer, and Nordstrom while members waited outside in rental cars. Police seized items from the vehicle totaling about $15,000. Officers, Wolf said, also found gift cards and receipts that totaled nearly $1,800, and multiple airline travel documents, hotel receipts and notes about stores in Oregon and Washington. (Source

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