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ORC 2-7-13



Check fraud ring operating from Colorado to Nebraska and traveling I-80  From Colorado to Nebraska, Lincoln police are noticing a disturbing trend of they want to stop. Police say a group of people are using fake checks all over the state. Police say they print up as many fake checks, with your account number, as they want. Then, armed a stolen ID, police say the suspects hit Wal-Mart, Target, Hy-Vee, any store that will accept a check. Police believe the group traveled from Colorado hitting Lexington, Kearney, Grand Island, nearly every town on I-80. They may be making their way back across the state. (Source

Five female ORC ring busted in Panama City, FL., hitting Victoria’s Secret, Hollister, Bath and Body Works, American Eagle, Justice for Girls, Carters, Claire's, and Charlotte Russe Five Georgia woman are in the Bay County jail, accused of participating in an organized theft ring, targeting local retail stores. Inside of their car, officers say they found more than 7,000 dollars worth of merchandise, shoplifted from store in Pier Park and the Panama City Mall. They believe the women were taking the merchandise back home to Albany, Georgia and selling it. The investigation by both agencies continues and more arrests or criminal charges are pending. (Source (Source

Four people arrested in Walmart fraud scheme in Lancaster, PA   Four people have been arrested in a scheme that involved stealing credit cards number and buying high end electronics online. This scheme was elaborate and police are investigating to see how much these four people actually stole. Ephrata Police say the four stole credit card numbers, bought high end electronics online, and then had them shipped to various Walmarts in Berks, York, Lehigh, Montgomery and Lancaster Counties. (Source

ORC twosome busted hitting Walmart store for DVDs multiple times in Utica, NY    Two Utica men face grand larceny charges after they allegedly stole more than $2,000 worth of DVDs from a Walmart in Lowville. One had been banned from the store for earlier thefts. (Source

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