UTORCA's Impact ORC
Conference and Workshop
Set for July 13
Join the Utah
Organized Retail Crime Association (UTORCA) and industry experts for a day
of training, networking and a chance to win excellent prizes!
The conference will include
many workshops, including a National ORC Overview, Civil Detention Law and
Insights from the Other Side (A Defense Attorney's Perspective of Retail Crime).
The event will take place on Wednesday, July 13 from 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
Utah Cultural Celebration Center in West Valley City, UT.
information and to register, click
UPDATE: Seventh and final Home Depot employee
arrested in Trumbull theft ring case
months of making arrests, the Trumbull Police Department has closed its
investigation into an employee theft ring that took place at the Home Depot
on Monroe Turnpike between January and October of last year. Sean Cochrane,
36, was the seventh and final employee to be arrested after turning himself
in on a warrant for larceny in the fifth and conspiracy to commit larceny in
the second degree at Trumbull police headquarters Friday. Police had
previously arrested six other Home Depot employees who stole an estimated
$300,000 worth of merchandise, most of which consisted of power tools.
TN: Man wanted after shoplifting $300 item from Target stores
Hendersonville police are working to identify a man they say has shoplifted
from multiple Target stores in Middle Tennessee.The latest incidents
occurred last Thursday. Police said the man reportedly stole an item worth
$300 from the Hendersonville retailer. According to a release, the man then
went to the Rivergate Target where he allegedly stole the same item. Police
said the man is also responsible for other shoplifting incidents at other
MD: Police seek woman charged with $8,000 fraudulent shopping spree at
An arrest warrant has been
issued for a Nottingham woman charged with making a string of fraudulent
purchases at outlet stores in Queenstown, police said. Siobhan Springer, 31,
has been charged with multiple counts of theft, forgery and identity theft,
the Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office said in a news release. Police said
the charges stem from a shopping spree on March 4. A suspect, identified by
police as Springer, bought items from several stores at the Queenstown
Outlets using fraudulent credit cards, police said. Officers were tipped off
when a St. John's outlet store employee requested ID for the purchase of a
$1470 jacket, police said. She had been using fraudulent cards in variations
of her name and another woman's, so that her driver's license matched the
cards, police said. Springer spent more than $8,000 on the cards, police
said. Purchases were made at Yankee Candle, Kay Jewelers, J Crew, Polo,
Calvin Klein, St. Johns, Coach, Gymboree, NASA Federal Credit Union and USAA
Savings, police said.
Windsor, CT: Arrest made in theft of iPhones worth $12,000 from Apple store
South Windsor Police arrested a Massachusetts man in connection with the
theft of $12,000 of iPhones from the Apple Store and he may be tied to cases
in other states. Ralehk Martin, 19, of Dedham, Massachusetts, was arrested
June 6 for February incident in which several suspects stole 20 cell phones
from an Apple Store at Evergreen Walk. The smart phones are valued at close
to $12,000, according to police.
Utica, NY: Police arrest
3 for taking Nicorette gum valued at $2,000
Bushkill Twp, PA: Shopper accused in theft of
TVs, Xbox games from Target
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