Tag: stolen credit cards
In South Dakota, Sioux Falls police say a 21-year-old woman stabbed a convenience store employee after he confronted her about shoplifting frozen chicken. Authorities say the woman, who is a transient, tried to shoplift some frozen chicken and the employee confronted her outside and took back the box of chicken.
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A Knox, Indiana, man is facing 51 charges after reportedly using co-workers’ credit cards to make more than $3,000 in purchases in Lake County. Ronald Ray Guy, 32, was charged Wednesday in Lake Superior Court with 45 felony counts of fraud and six misdemeanor counts of theft.
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Similar to eBay’s process, dark web sellers often solicit and publish customer feedback so perspective buyers can evaluate the criminal’s reputation for delivering illegal stolen identity information as described. How’s that for honor among thieves? Read More
What happens when the criminal behavior of a shoplifting ring is actually connected to something even more ominous than a high shrink rate? What about when it’s tied to modern slavery? Read More
What comes to mind when you think of organized retail crime (ORC)? High-shrink items with high-resell values, such as razors, baby formula, jeans, and such? Or fencing operations, whether online or at the corner store? Recently I wrote an article about the broader scope of ORC and the narrowing gap Read More