New York ORC thief gets minor jail time in Michigan.
Christian Osorio was sentenced Thursday for stealing $23,000
of merchandise from Detroit area malls. Police recovered
suitcases full of high end labeled merchandise as Osorio and
his accomplice were returning a rental car at Detroit’s
airport. Osorio has been sentenced to six months, plus $900 in
restitution. Prosecutors argued that the sentence was just
the cost of doing business; the $900 was paid that
"Operation Pacifier" hits 4 stores in St. Paul, MN selling
stolen baby formula. A St.
Paul police operation dubbed "Operation Pacifier" has taken
aim at the suspected fencing of popular items stolen from
big-box retailers. The effort was launched this summer by
Sgt. Charles Anderson, who had noticed the same goods being
stolen from large retailers along University Avenue and
suspected they were reappearing at mom-and-pop stores at
lower prices. An informant sold purportedly stolen goods to
several small stores, authorities said. In one case,
defendants allegedly bought bottles of Tide laundry
detergent for $2 to $4 each and sold them for $9.99. At the
time, the retail price of a 2.95-liter bottle was $11.99.
Jamestown, North Dakota couple faces felony theft charges,
'3 pickup truck loads of merchandise’.
Two people from Jamestown have been accused of stealing
around $9,000 in merchandise from six businesses over the
summer. Eric Kagle, 25, and Holly Lynn Maxwell, 27, are
accused of stealing the equivalent of three pickup loads of
merchandise, including such items as: a cell phone, a lap
top computer, several small electronics, a bed, a bike,
clothing, power tools, several household furnishings,
several televisions and several X-Box games. Jamestown
Police claim that Maxwell and Kagle stole more than $4,600
worth of merchandise from Wal-Mart, about $1,800 worth of
items from K-Mart, almost $900 in merchandise from J.C.
Penney, $600 worth from True Value, and several hundred
dollars worth of items from Radio Shack and Glik’s.
A Rochester man faces felony for allegedly stealing printer ink and
Antonio James is charged with fourth-degree
grand larceny for stealing over $2,400 worth of printer ink and
electronics from a Genesee County Walmart in New York by placing the
items in a plastic tote bag and running out of the store.
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