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Major identity theft ring busted in Spokane, Wash., after buying hundreds of thousands of dollars in goods with fraudulent credit cards Police arrested one suspect and expect there's a number of other individuals involved. Investigators said the theft ring racked up hundreds of thousands of dollars in stolen credit. The warrants were the result of a large scale identity theft investigation multiple agencies have been investigating since mid-September, 2012. The U.S. Postal Inspector, U.S. Secret Service, Social Security Administration, Spokane County Investigative Task Force and Spokane Police were all part of the raid. Detectives say they've recovered thousands of dollars worth of stolen material. Deputies say there are over 300 victims, from all over the country, and many are active-duty military. Investigators said the suspects were opening credit cards in other people's names. This investigation is on-going and additional arrests and search warrants are expected. The Sheriff's Office said they are looking into how the ring became so large. (Source

Two Shoplifter at Macy’s in Philadelphia head to court for robbery, theft and assault on a Loss Prevention Agent. Letitia Marie Parker and Eric Dawhite Hartage Jr faced a preliminary hearing yesterday in connection with the theft of $4000 worth of merchandise from the Macy’s Store in the Montgomery Mall. Defense Attorney’s argued for a charge to be dropped against Parker, the felony count of committing a robbery by taking property with deadly force, no weapon was found following the apprehension. (Source

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