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Active Stolen Tractors, Trailers, Cargo Alerts

TRACER No.: 0406
Date Posted: 6/29/2015 1:15:34 PM
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VIN No.: Truck: 1XP5DB9X55D848962
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Year: Truck: 2005
Trailer:
Make: Truck: Peterbilt
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Model: Truck: 379 Conventional
Trailer
Color: Truck: White
Trailer:
Tag No. & State: Truck: R012239, Texas
Trailer:
Distinguishing
Characteristics:
Truck: Truck has " Road Runner Express" on sides of truck. $500 REWARD for information leading to recovery call 202-246-2698
Trailer:
Location theft occured: 10920 Hazelhurst Dr. ,
Houston , Texas
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TRACER No.: 0405
Date Posted: 6/26/2015 1:01:29 PM
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VIN No.: Truck: 1FUYSSEB8YLG21074
Trailer:
Year: Truck: 2000
Trailer:
Make: Truck: Freightrliner
Trailer:
Model: Truck: FLC 120
Trailer
Color: Truck: White Black lettering
Trailer:
Tag No. & State: Truck: AN694D, New Jersey
Trailer:
Distinguishing
Characteristics:
Truck: Truck has "M&J Delivery LLC" on both sides and truck #1027501. $500 REWARD for information leading to recovery call 202-246-2698
Trailer:
Location theft occured: 4601 Del Ave. ,
North Bergen , New Jersey
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TRACER No.: 0404
Date Posted: 6/26/2015 12:50:18 PM
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VIN No.: Truck: 1FUJBBAV27PW77162
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Year: Truck: 2007
Trailer:
Make: Truck: Freightliner
Trailer:
Model: Truck: Conventional
Trailer
Color: Truck: Powder Blue
Trailer:
Tag No. & State: Truck: C987AA, Georgia
Trailer:
Distinguishing
Characteristics:
Truck: Truck has "UROL Express" on both sides of truck. $500 REWARD for information leading to recovery call 202-246-2698
Trailer:
Location theft occured: Old Chevron Station - Jodeco Rd. ,
McDonough , Georgia
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Notices

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Date: 6/9/2015 8:01:01 AM

Three Sentenced for multimillion dollar cargo theft scheme


Local 10.com- MIAMI - Three men from Miami were sentenced Friday for their role in a multimillion-dollar cargo theft scheme. Jorge Nimer Rolo, 48, was sentenced to 9 years in prison. Lazaro Martinez a.k.a. "Fat Laz," 45, was sentenced to 18 months in prison. Antonio Ramirez, a.ka. "Tony Bodega," 54, was sentenced to three years in prison. According to court documents, the men were involved in a cargo theft scheme, stealing more than $2.2 million worth of Mucinex cough medicine and $550,000 worth of Similac baby formula, among other merchandise. "FDA sets high quality standards for the safety and nutritional quality of infant formulas because these products are consumed during a critical time in a child's development; once this product is diverted from the protected supply chain, consumers can no longer be assured of its safety or wholesomeness," said David W. Bourne, special Agent in charge of the FDA Office of Criminal Investigations' Miami Field Office. "We will continue to protect the public health by bringing such criminals to justice." Prosecutors said 44 pallets of Similac were stolen from a distribution site in Fort Worth, Texas, and more than 18,000 cases of Mucinex were stolen from a tractor-trailer in Richland, Mississippi. Authorities said the merchandise was supposed to be sold at Walmart and Walgreens stores, as well as other retailers in the southeastern United States. Five other men were also convicted in the scheme and were sentenced to prison terms ranging from two and a half years to five years in federal prison.

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Date: 5/1/2015 10:40:26 AM

Arrest made in cargo theft cases


Jefferson Herald: A man has been arrested in connection to a theft of close to $1 million worth of household products that were reported missing from some tractor-trailers outside a warehouse in Jefferson. Sgt. James McNatt with the Jefferson Police Department said employees with Reckitt Benckiser reported two missing trailers outside the warehouse located on H D Robinson Blvd in Pendergrass in January. An investigation determined that Russell Scott Tittle, 42, a contract employee hired to move trailers around was the last person with access to the trailers, McNatt said. “Both trailers had merchandise on them and were supposed to be taken to Old Dominion and were to be transported,” said McNatt. “Eventually they recovered their own trailers on their overflow lot and they were empty.” Stolen items included Lysol products, Mucinex DM and condiments like ketchup and mustard, McNatt said.

 

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