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Dallas police shut down 80 fencing operators in the city
Last year the Dallas Police Department started the “Organized Retail Theft Initiative” and as part of it Mayor Robert Sherwin said officials have been discussing the problem of theft with business owners. “During these meetings with the retailers we found very interesting information, they all started talking about organized retail theft,” Sherwin said. Dallas police authorities are focusing on shutting down the large fencing operations and thus ‘starving’ the market. “If you can’t sell it, you can’t convert it to money, [then] you’re not gonna steal it,” Sherwin said. (Source

Multi-state identity theft & counterfeit check gang busted in Baton Rouge, La.    Louisiana State Police took four suspects into custody after executing a search warrant at the home of a LSU Hospital Systems billing department employee. The group had used information obtained from the billing department of LSU Hospital to make counterfeit checks and identifications and go shopping in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. Nearly 400 victims were identified in at least 12 states, according to state police. (Source

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