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Active Stolen Tractors, Trailers, Cargo Alerts

TRACER No.: 0364
Date Posted: 12/18/2014 3:50:47 PM
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VIN No.: Truck:
Trailer: 1JJV532W54L873653
Year: Truck:
Trailer: 2004
Make: Truck:
Trailer: Wabash
Model: Truck:
Trailer Dry Van 53'
Color: Truck:
Trailer: Orange
Tag No. & State: Truck:
Trailer: 042B447, Texas
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Truck:
Trailer: Trailer is a former Schneider Trailer. Has Dallas Metro Freight on nose of trailer $500 Reward for information leading to recovery. Call 202-246-2698
Location theft occured: B&P warehouse 11430 Ferrel Dr. ,
Dallas , Texas
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TRACER No.: 0363
Date Posted: 12/9/2014 8:30:40 AM
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VIN No.: Truck:
Trailer: 3H3V532C06T234010
Year: Truck:
Trailer: 2006
Make: Truck:
Trailer: Hyundai
Model: Truck:
Trailer Van
Color: Truck:
Trailer: White
Tag No. & State: Truck: ,
Trailer: 1982218, Maine
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Truck:
Trailer: $500 REWARD for information leading to recovery. Trailer has a patch on the top passenger side corner. Call 202-246-2698 with information
Location theft occured: 575 Midland Ave. ,
Saddle Brook, NJ , New Jersey
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TRACER No.: 0362
Date Posted: 12/8/2014 11:14:12 AM
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VIN No.: Truck:
Trailer: unk.
Year: Truck:
Trailer: 2008
Make: Truck:
Trailer: Stoughton
Model: Truck:
Trailer 53' Van
Color: Truck:
Trailer: White
Tag No. & State: Truck:
Trailer: 4155LA, Oklahoma
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Truck:
Trailer: Trailer has Mckinney on sides of trailer. If observed call 202-246-2698
Location theft occured: OOIDA HQ's Parking lot ,
Grain Valley , Missouri
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Notices

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Date: 11/12/2014 1:18:44 PM

Fraudulent License Business Busted


NJ.COM : Two Jersey City men and one from Newark whose online business of selling fake driver's licenses was operated with two simple rules -- "no refunds, no snitching" -- came to a screeching halt when the three were arrested this morning, the U.S. Attorney's Office for New Jersey announced. Ricardo Rosario, 32, and Abraham Corcino, 33, both of Jersey City, and Alexis Scott Carthens, 37, of Newark, have been charged by complaint with conspiracy to commit fraud and related activity in connection with authentication features. All three men, who face 15 years in prison and hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines, are expected to make their initial court appearances later today before U.S. Magistrate Steven C. Mannion in federal court in Newark. Authorities said that from October 2012 through last month, Rosario, Corcino and Carthens sold fake driver’s licenses for $150 each on the websites “fakeidstore.co” and “fakedlstore.com.” Between Dec. 30 and June 23 they sold 1,514 fake licenses for $232,660, authorities said. The "fakeidstore.co" website appears to still be active, while the other one appears to have been shut down. Samples of fake licenses include a photo of President Obama. The crime of selling fake licenses spawned more criminal activity, authorities said. A number of the fake licenses were used in connection with “cash out” schemes, where stolen credit card information was used to steal cash from victims’ accounts, authorities said. The websites sold fake driver’s licenses for New Jersey, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin, and boasted that the licenses had “scannable barcodes” and “real” holographic overlays. Authorities said that Rosario created and ran the website while Corcino and Carthens allegedly assisted Rosario by creating and mailing the fake driver’s licenses. Corcino also maintained an Instagram website, which was used to promote the website. According to the criminal complaint, a law enforcement officer working undercover purchased fake driver's licences through one of the websites betweeb April and August and the IP address of confirmaton emails were traced back to Rosario's home.

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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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