Retail Crime Spree Ends

Bradford Lawrence Andrews, 53, and Cambria Shae Reis, 40, each face a felony count of organized retail theft alleging they stole or attempted to steal more than $5,000 worth of merchandise in the span of 90 days, according to documents filed last week in Oregon’s Jackson County Circuit Court.

Andrews and Reis were arrested April 11 in Medford on accusations they attempted return fraud on a $1,999 computer in the Medford store and shoplifted an iRobot Roomba i7 vacuum valued at $799, according to court documents filed by Medford police.

Prior to the Medford incident, the couple allegedly stole two high-performance Alienware gaming laptops valued at $3,298 from the electronics store in Gresham, according to a Gresham police case. A store in Springfield told Medford police that Andrews and Reis made a theft attempt in Lane County… Mail Tribune

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