ring of 4 busted in Round Rock, Texas hitting 12 separate locations
in Round Rock, San Marcos, and San Antonio
The arrest warrant affidavit released Tuesday
depicts how the four individuals worked together to to steal
merchandise from popular Texas outlet malls. Their tactics included
pretending they didn't know each other, snipping off security
devices and stuffing stolen merchandise into a child's back pack.
Merchandise was stolen from stores like Puma,Toys R Us,Nike and even
over a thousand dollars worth of merchandise from Burberry.
Pep Boys and Tractor Supply Bad Check passer behind bars.
The suspect was arrested in Carlisle, PA attempting to purchase a
cart full of merchandise from the Tractor Supply store, upon a
search of his car $600 worth of Pep Boys merchandise was found.
Police believe Robert Maurice Walker had passed bad checks in five
states over the last ten months, hitting Tractor Supply alone for
Woman goes on identity theft shopping spree in Arizona.
A woman accused of identity theft and forgery by Colorado Springs
police was arrested over the weekend in Arizona. The woman,
26-year-old Susan Ullery, was taken into custody by the Glendale,
Ariz., Police Department. On Tuesday, Colorado Springs investigators
recovered roughly $3,000 in furniture that Ullery had allegedly
bought using a stolen identity and credit of a Castle Rock resident.
Last Thursday, Colorado Springs police asked the public for help in
finding Ullery, who was wanted for forgery, theft, and attempting to
influence a public official. Aside from two bank accounts opened
with the victim’s name, she also allegedly opened three others, and
deposited checks in the victim’s name. The checks had "artificially
inflated balances," and Ullery then took cash out from each of the
accounts, according to police. (Source
Columbus, Ohio police are searching for 6 possible ORC bandits.
Columbus Police are investigating recent thefts at the Fair Oaks
Mall that has resulted in thousands of dollars in merchandise being
taken from three local businesses. The merchants are Kmart, JC
Penney and Carson’s. Police say the thefts began in early July and
continued into the first week of August. Kmart was the first store
to fall victim to what appears to be an organized group. Carson’s
was hit next. Investigators say the suspects actually hit Kmart and
Carson’s on the same day on one occasion and just minutes apart. The
suspects have varied in numbers from two to as many as six.
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