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Active Stolen Tractors, Trailers, Cargo Alerts

TRACER No.: 0354
Date Posted: 10/22/2014 10:27:52 AM
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VIN No.: Truck: P729379
Trailer:
Year: Truck: 1994
Trailer:
Make: Truck: Freightliner
Trailer:
Model: Truck: Conventional
Trailer
Color: Truck: White
Trailer:
Tag No. & State: Truck: P729379, South Carolina
Trailer: ,
Distinguishing
Characteristics:
Truck: Truck has "Optimus Prime" at the top of each door as well as "SST Services Transport" on doors $500 REWARD for information leading to recovery call 202-246-2698
Trailer:
Location theft occured: Highway 15 @ I-26 ,
Saint George , South Carolina
Status:

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TRACER No.: 0353
Date Posted: 10/20/2014 2:05:47 PM
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VIN No.: Truck: 1FUJBBCG42LF25238
Trailer:
Year: Truck: 2002
Trailer:
Make: Truck: Freightliner
Trailer:
Model: Truck: Conventional ST120
Trailer
Color: Truck: White W/Blue Stripes
Trailer:
Tag No. & State: Truck: AG13257, Pennsylvania
Trailer:
Distinguishing
Characteristics:
Truck: Truck has "City N Stateline Transportation" on sides of truck $500 REWARD for information leading to recovery call 202-246-2698
Trailer:
Location theft occured: 211 Lloyd st. ,
Allentown , Pennsylvania
Status:

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TRACER No.: 0352
Date Posted: 10/20/2014 11:25:45 AM
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VIN No.: Truck: 1FUJA6CK27LX78402
Trailer: Unk.
Year: Truck: 2007
Trailer: 2005
Make: Truck: Freighliner
Trailer: Wabash
Model: Truck: Columbia
Trailer 53' Van
Color: Truck: White
Trailer: White
Tag No. & State: Truck: AR738D, New Jersey
Trailer: TNK65U, New Jersey
Distinguishing
Characteristics:
Truck: RECOVERED
Trailer: RECOVERED
Location theft occured: Acme Operations 9565 Orange Blossom Trail ,
Orlando , Florida
Status: RECOVERED

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Missing/Overdue Drivers

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Notices

TRACER No.:

Date: 10/10/2014 9:32:07 AM

EBOLA- DHS Secretary preaches Vigilance and Calm


10/09 - Critical Infrastructure Partnership Advisory Council Meeting: Secretary Johnson advised the sixteen critical sectors to exercise vigilance and calm in regards to the EBOLA outbreak. At present close to 4,000 have died as the result of being infected with EBOLA and experts from DHS have advised that there appears to be no threat to the United States at this time. Seretary Johnson advised that precautions have been put in place at five major airports that handle close to 95% of the passengers that come into the United States from the affected areas. Secretary Johnson reiterated Vigilance and Calm and to not get caught up in the media frenzy. Experts outside the meetings have advised that the victims of the disease are doubling every twenty days and feel that the number of infected will surpass 1.5 million by January 2015.

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Date: 8/19/2014 11:24:00 AM

State Department Re-Issues Travel Warning for Mexico


Breitbart Texas: The silence from Tamaulipas officials began shortly after August 8, the last day that they issued out news releases about shootouts or apprehensions throughout the state. However, they continue to issue out news releases about government programs, tourism, and health care programs. Since then, the state has seen various shootouts just south of the Texas border and one execution, which Mexican authorities have worked on but not acknowledged On Friday morning, authorities in Matamoros recovered the decapitated body of a man who has not been identified in the city’s south side, a Tamaulipas law enforcement official told Breitbart Texas on condition of anonymity. State officials have yet to release any information on the case. On Thursday, the Mexican industrial city of Reynosa saw a series of short shootouts and pursuits between the Mexican military and members of drug cartels. The shootouts led to a series of blockades as cartel members tried to slow down authorities. While Tamaulipas authorities have yet to acknowledge the shootout or give a report on casualties, citizen journalists in that city reported on the shootout in details providing up to the minute locations and pictures through social media. On Tuesday morning, the city of Matamoros also saw its share of violence which despite the silence by the Tamaulipas government, a law enforcement official confirmed to Breitbart Texas that two gunmen had died following a rolling shootout that included military snipers having to shoot out of a helicopter to fight the gunmen. The official told Breitbart Texas that the shootout was an effort to capture a high value target but the individual managed to escape. The incidents started with a bomb threat being called in to the Gateway International Bridge in Matamoros causing a momentary interruption of traffic between Mexico and the U.S. as authorities swept the area. While Tamaulipas authorities never acknowledged the incident, the U.S Consulate General’s Office in Matamoros issued out a warning to U.S. citizens warning them to avoid the area. In a similar fashion, just moments later, consular officials issued a second warning about a shootout near in the city’s south central area commonly known as the San Francisco neighborhood. Despite the downplaying of violence by Mexican officials, the U.S. Department of State re-issued a travel advisory on Friday that had already been in place warning Americans about the risks they face in Mexico particularly in the border regions. The travel advisory warns U.S. citizens about getting caught in the crossfire of shootouts, being victims of kidnappings, robbery, and extortions. In a previous version of the advisory authorities mentioned briefly the attempted kidnapping of a consular employee in Matamoros.

 

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