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Active Stolen Tractors, Trailers, Cargo Alerts

TRACER No.: 0473
Date Posted: 2/11/2016 9:44:42 AM
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VIN No.: Truck: 1XPXD49X8AD103296
Trailer:
Year: Truck: 2010
Trailer:
Make: Truck: Peterbilt
Trailer:
Model: Truck: 389
Trailer
Color: Truck: Lime Green
Trailer:
Tag No. & State: Truck: F1593T, Florida
Trailer:
Distinguishing
Characteristics:
Truck: Truck has no company name just MC#891289 and DOT#2556275. Has yellow flame on hood and "EASY MONEY" on back of sleeper $500 REWARD for information leading to recovery call 202-246-2698
Trailer:
Location theft occured: 18610 US RT 19 ,
Hudson , Florida
Status:

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TRACER No.: 0472
Date Posted: 2/8/2016 1:19:27 PM
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VIN No.: Truck:
Trailer:
Year: Truck: 2010
Trailer:
Make: Truck: Peterbilt
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Model: Truck: 387
Trailer
Color: Truck: Blue
Trailer:
Tag No. & State: Truck: unk, Texas
Trailer: ,
Distinguishing
Characteristics:
Truck: RECOVERED
Trailer:
Location theft occured: 1550 US RT 287 ,
Waxahachie , Texas
Status: RECOVERED

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TRACER No.: 0471
Date Posted: 2/4/2016 8:02:50 AM
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VIN No.: Truck: 1XP5DB9X2YN533955
Trailer:
Year: Truck: 2000
Trailer:
Make: Truck: Peterbilt
Trailer:
Model: Truck: 379
Trailer
Color: Truck: Black
Trailer:
Tag No. & State: Truck: 1061917, Alabama
Trailer:
Distinguishing
Characteristics:
Truck: Truck has "HHT LLC" on sides of truck. $500 REWARD for information leading to recovery. Call 202-246-2698
Trailer:
Location theft occured: BP Truck Stop 4715 S. Broad St. ,
Scottsboro , Alabama
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Notices

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Date: 2/11/2016 1:28:16 PM

Five Arrested in Cargo Theft Ring


News 4 Jacksonville: According to police, the five suspects are responsible for stealing more than $1.2 million worth of merchandise in eight different semi-truck thefts throughout Florida and their last attempt was in Jacksonville. Officials said the thieves stole a parked truck from Edgewood Avenue. They also entered a ship yard off 12th Street West where multiple trucks were being secured. Police said they stole a semi containing tires worth $100,000, and then another one filled with $50,000 worth of sugar. The five men are behind bars after stealing trucks, worth $150,000 right here in Jacksonville. Attorney General Pam Bondi said these suspects typically traveled from Miami-Dade County in a rental vehicle to search for tractor trailers they could easily steal. She said once they stole the cargo and trailers, they returned to Miami to sell the stolen property on the black market. Similar incidents also occurred in Broward, Hillsborough, Orange, Palm Beach and Polk counties. Each suspect faces charges including conspiracy to commit racketeering and multiple counts of grand theft cargo $50,000 or more. Both are first degree felonies. If convicted, they each face up to 30 years in prison per count. This is yet another theft ring Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has had to deal with in the last two weeks. The other burglary ring occurred off Spearing Street where two men stole $400,000 worth of items.

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Date: 1/29/2016 11:09:30 AM

Identity Theft of Motor Carrier - Fictitious Pickup


CARGONET: Suspicious Activity Alert - Madera, CA - Identity Theft of MC-627195 and Attempted Fictitious Pickup The identity of Lucky Polar Bear, Inc (MC-627195) has been compromised and the method in which their identity was compromised as well as the geographical area and commodity targeted leads CargoNet to believe the subjects behind the identity theft intended to steal the freight. On 1/28/16, an unknown subject going by "Harry G" who claimed to be a dispatcher for Lucky Polar Bear, Inc (MC-627195) called a broker from phone number 916-291-7894. The subject was interested in hauling a load of almond butter from a shipper in Madera, CA to its destination in Florida. The broker checked SAFER, confirmed the phone number matched carrier's SAFER profile and tendered the freight. Before the cargo could be picked up, the legitimate carrier was notified by their insurance agent that the broker had called to request a copy of their insurance. The carrier denied knowledge of the broker or load and emailed the broker to figure out why they were requesting a copy of their certificate. The broker and carrier were able to determine the carrier's SAFER profile was compromised and the phone number on the profile changed to a number the legitimate carrier does not own. The load was canceled before the it could be picked up. Those tendering desirable freight like tree nuts, high-value electronics and tires in California and neighboring states should be on the lookout for this phone number and carrier identity. Once the load is tendered, it is often rebrokered to another unsuspecting carrier and that carrier is paid to bring the product to the Los Angeles County area. Thus, the truck picking up the product might not have Lucky Polar Bear, Inc identifiers. Shippers should confirm the pickup driver intends to take the freight to the receiving address on the Bill of Lading (BOL). Please note the contact information for the fictitious dispatcher, Harry G below. According to SAFER and the carrier's owner, Teresa Liang, the carrier's legitimate contact number is 626-288-3280. It appears the information was changed by unknown subjects on 1/26/16. Suspect Information Alias: "Harry G" Phone Number: 916-291-7894 Fax Number: 916-291-7874 Email Address: luckypolartrucking@gmail.com Contact Information Those with information are asked to contact the CargoNet Command Center at 1-888-595-2638.

 

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