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Police bust shoplifting ring at Fashion Valley in San Diego, CA. San Diego police arrested two people and were searching for two others suspected of being part of a shoplifting ring believed responsible for stealing thousands of dollars of merchandise from high-end area stores. The incident began about 7:45 p.m. when police officers and undercover detectives were conducting a shoplifting surveillance operation Tuesday night at Fashion Valley mall. Police pursued a black Lincoln Navigator that had been parked in the mall parking lot with four suspects who had reportedly stolen merchandise from Bloomingdales, Hollister and Abercrombie & Fitch. Shortly after the chase began, the driver pulled the vehicle over and he and three passengers got out and fled back toward the mall. Two men in their 20’s were taken into custody. About $2,000 worth of merchandise in the Navigator was recovered. (Source

Four suspects in Baltimore, MD area identity scheme plead guilty, now facing 11 to 20 years. A man and his girlfriend have pleaded guilty to fraud and identity theft charges in a federal case that compromised the personal information of more than 250 people, including doctors who applied for fellowships at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where the girlfriend worked. The four suspects stole more than $188,000 in cash, merchandise and services, including renting apartments in the names of doctors. The scheme ran from August to October 2009. (Source

A Mississippi man has been sentenced to serve 15 years in prison for selling pirated DVDs and CDs. Attorney General Jim Hood said Patrick Lashun King, 37, was sentenced to 18 years with three years suspended this past week. Hood said King pleaded guilty to six counts of selling pirated DVDs and CDs before Copiah County Circuit Judge Lamar Pickard. Hood said investigators seized 10,510 pirated discs along with computer equipment used for making the copies at King's home and business. Hood said King was arrested after selling pirated copies of five movies and one music CD to an undercover investigator. (Source

New York woman accused of identity theft, using a relatives name. Crystal L. Kiebzak , 30, of Darien, was arrested after a three-month investigation by NY State Police into the suspected unlawful use of personal information to obtain merchandise at the Walmart in Batavia. Kiebzak is accused of using the identification of a relative to obtain more than $3,000 in merchandise. Kiebzak now faces charges of identify theft, criminal possession of stolen property, and unlawful possession of personal identification. (Source

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