“Disturbing” video footage was released by Florida police investigating a fatal shooting of a suspected shoplifter by a store owner who is also a city commissioner in a Tampa suburb. The police department in Lakeland, Florida, released surveillance video of the Oct. 3 shooting at the Vets Army Navy Surplus Read More
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A Florida check casher has pleaded guilty to laundering over $100 million in proceeds of health care, mortgage and identity theft tax refund fraud.
Federal prosecutors in Miami say 53-year-old Evelio Suarez pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of money laundering. His sentencing is scheduled for December 18. Court documents say Read More
Swipe by swipe, they got rich at Walmart registers. Eight traveling gang members stole millions of dollars, authorities say, by using cloned credit cards at Walmart stores across the country to buy gift cards, sometimes buying more than $100,000 in cards in a single day and then reselling them in Read More
The latest data reveal that criminals aren’t giving up on card theft; they are just changing their tactics. This post provides a snapshot of recent credit card fraud statistics so that you can stay informed. Read More
“This year’s conference promises to be our best ever,” said Curt Crum, president of the Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail (CLEAR). The national organization’s ninth annual training event will take place October 8—11 at the Crown Reef Beach Resort in Myrtle Beach, SC. Read More