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ORC ring of 6 busted hitting Walmart store in Bethlehem Township, PA.  Police say six people in a Wal-Mart retail theft ring stole more than $57,000 in electronics. Herrera, Cherry and Lugo worked at the store and would pretend to ring up merchandise and steal various electronics including digital music players, computers, gaming systems, video games and cellphones, police said. On Feb. 2, police were contacted by Wal-Mart loss prevention officer Colleen Webster about thefts at the store that began Nov. 27. (Source

ORC gang member appears in Atlanta court for hitting Dillard's
An Atlanta woman who's been busted for shoplifting every year since 2006, appeared in court for her part if stealing from Dillard's on Douglas Boulevard on Feb. 4th. Her co-defendant Tydroid Stephon Huff appeared march 19th for the same charge. They had been recognized hitting the store multiple times and finally apprehended. (Source

Massive credit card fraud scheme hits Madera County, Cailf.  Authorities in the North Valley are warning merchants to beware of credit card fraud costing retailers thousands of dollars. Several businesses in Madera County have already fallen victim to this massive scheme. A total of $29,000 worth of transactions from December of 2012 to this past March all fraud -- all due to phony credit cards. Police believe this could be a ring operating and the investigation is ongoing. (Source

Three charged in multistate credit card fraud ring in Sayreville, N.J. 
The three defendants are accused of being part of a New Jersey-based multistate identity theft and credit card fraud ring that affected nearly 1,000 people across the United States. The three defendants are accused of being part of a New Jersey-based multistate identity theft and credit card fraud ring that affected nearly 1,000 people across the United States. The ring purchased victim identity information from online brokers, who sold information obtained by computer hackers from various sources throughout the United States. The stolen identities were used to open new credit card accounts or order replacement cards, authorities said. (Source

Armed shoplifters hit JC Penney at Lone Tree Mall in Colorado. 
Three shoplifters entered the JC Penney store at the Lone Tree Mall; one was carrying a concealed stolen handgun. The three concealed over $300 of cologne and were stopped by Loss Prevention. The armed suspect pulled up his shirt to reveal the gun while the other female suspect threw the bag of stolen goods at the detective and the three fled. The agent was able to catch and apprehend the female suspect who continued to fight with the agent. The weapon was located under a nearby car in the parking lot. The two male suspects are still being sought by police. (Source

Peabody, Mass. man remains behind bars pending trial on federal charges; faces 17 years for identity theft in 30 states.  William Dodge was the mastermind behind the identity fraud that affected hundreds of people in 30 states. Investigators believe Dodge cleared nearly $200,000 for himself from the frauds. Dodge worked with a group of thieves that obtained financial reports, made new identifications, and obtained store credit cards hitting J.C. Penney, Best Buy, The Home Depot, Lowe’s, Kohl’s, Macy’s and T.J. Maxx. (Source

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