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4 Southern Cal. gang members busted for over 50 shoplifting incidents hitting Marshalls, T.J. Maxx, and Ross Stores  Four reputed gang members are suspected of committing more than 50 shoplifting crimes at stores in Torrance and across the county, stealing women's clothing, leaving without paying, then selling the merchandise for profit, police said Monday. A three month investigation also pinned them to 16 commercial burglaries in Torrance, and at least 34 crimes throughout LA County. It all started with a routine traffic stop by patrol which uncovered the initial theft at Marshalls and, through their investigation with work from our gang detail, they were able to uncover the bigger picture," Watt said. Stealing merchandise and selling it they stole thousands of dollars worth and being members of a street gang it allows prosecutors to add gang enhancements to all the suspects charges. The enhancements, which allege the crimes were committed for the benefit of their gang, could result in longer jail sentences and make them ineligible to be set free from prison early under the state's early release program for non-violent offenders. (Source

Two male ex-employees busted stealing over $11,000 worth of merchandise from College Station Sports in Atlanta and selling them to Plato's Closet  A College Station employee from another location was shopping at the Plato‚Äôs Closet in Roswell and spotted hundreds of shirts with the tags still on them. Receipts from the second-hand store were key to tracking down the alleged culprits, who were arrested and charged with felony theft by taking in February. The store believed it was purchasing legitimate excess merchandise. (Source

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