Articles Tagged with merchandise

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A man in Pennsylvania has been arrested as the suspect in a string of burglaries that took place in Peddler’s Village beginning last December. 

According to their website, Peddler’s Village in Buck’s County is a “storybook village with charming colonial-style buildings, award-winning gardens, and distinctive shopping, dining, and lodging.” They additionally mention that “clothing, accessories, home goods, specialty foods, art, gifts, and more in 60+ shops and specialty boutiques” are available to their patrons. 

In December, various establishments in Peddler’s Village began to report that someone had stolen merchandise from their stores. A description of the alleged suspect was given to the authorities. 

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A man who worked at Nordstrom allegedly stole approximately $500,000 in merchandise from his job, and his ex-wife reportedly sold the goods for profit on eBay. 

47-year-old Denis Palamarchuk and 48-year-old Tatyana Alysheva used to be married. The now ex-couple also worked together at the Minnetonka Nordstrom in Ridgedale Center. 

Last month, employees from Nordstrom Asset Protection became aware that high-end merchandise had been going missing from the outgoing shipments area of the loading dock. 

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A man in Montana was arrested and accused of stealing several thousands of dollars worth of lottery tickets and cartons of cigarettes from a convenience store. 

James Alexander Drew is a Montana man with a criminal history. It was reported that he was previously convicted of felony criminal endangerment. He additionally was recently arrested on theft-related allegations, and he was released from incarceration on a bond. 

Drew was reportedly in Great Falls on February 9. 

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An Amazon driver in New Jersey was discovered while allegedly throwing hundreds of dollars of packages into the woods but reportedly told police it was feces he was discarding.

23-year-old Desmond Gould hails from New Castle, Delaware, and until recently, he was employed as a delivery driver for Amazon.

On November 2, Gould was reportedly driving an Amazon van while working a delivery route in a township in Southern New Jersey.

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A man accused of going into an adult shop and removing merchandise from the shelf to pleasure himself publicly is fighting the criminal charge filed against him.

Carlie’s in Oklahoma City is a lingerie and adult party shop that sells items such as intimate clothing, novelty gifts, and sex toys.

23-year-old Gilbert Cordero had reportedly applied for job positions at the establishment several times.

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A woman from Inglewood was taken into custody after the authorities allegedly discovered that she may be a part of a fencing scheme involving merchandise that had been reported as stolen from several stores.

While investigating a report from Macy’s at the Glendale Galleria, 36-year-old Tiffany Mathis caught the attention of the police as a suspect in what is believed to be a fencing operation involving goods that were stolen from several stores around the Los Angeles area.

A fence is someone who obtains stolen goods for a low price from the people who initially stole them, and then finds buyers that will pay close to market value and usually don’t know that the products were illegally procured. Mathis is suspected of acting in this capacity.

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A Dana Point resident who allegedly made millions of dollars in purchases through fraudulent means at several businesses in San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange counties is facing 89 charges for the schemes.

Over a nine-month period last year, businesses in three Southern California counties were the victims of a forced-sale scheme consisting of the perpetrator purchasing expensive merchandise with credit cards; some of which were fake and others were inactive. The standard authorization process that the credit card machines typically issue was surpassed by the customer requesting that the sales associate enter the transaction by hand or telling them to force the sale through.

When the transactions were processed by the credit card companies the merchants received notification that the payment was not approved.

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Three males were arrested for allegedly stealing 28,000.00 dollars’ worth of cell phones and cash from a safe at a Verizon store in Fountain Valley.

On Saturday, officers responded to a robbery call at a Verizon store on Warner Avenue and Magnolia Street in Fountain Valley. Reports indicate that three males entered the business – two of them armed – stole from the store and then fled.

Witnesses gave officers the description of the suspects and the car that fled from the store. Later the car was spotted about 18 miles away, in Bellflower. Fountain Valley police officers and other agencies responded, but the car continued to flee.

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