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By 2019, Almost Half of All Cell Phone Calls Will Be Fraudulent

Robocalls reached a record 3.36 billion in April of 2018, according to the voicemail and cell blocking app YouMail. That equates to 1,297 calls placed each second.

Fighting Organized Retail Crime Takes Center Stage in Myrtle Beach at CLEAR Conference

The 2018 Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail (CLEAR) Conference was held October 9-11 in Myrtle Beach, SC, with 180 attendees enjoying the 14 sessions, vendor interactions, and networking opportunities. A highlight of the conference was presenting awards for the law enforcement and loss prevention investigations of the year.

Killed over shoplifting? ‘Disturbing’ Video Shows Store Owner Fatally Shooting Alleged Thief

"Disturbing" video footage was released by Florida police investigating a fatal shooting of a suspected shoplifter by a store owner who is also a...

Check Casher Guilty of Laundering over $100M

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...

Feds on the Hunt for 8 Gangsters in Multimillion-Dollar Scam

Swipe by swipe, they got rich at Walmart registers. Eight traveling gang members stole millions of dollars, authorities say, by using cloned credit cards...

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