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Aaron Henderson, LPC, CFI promoted to Vice President Loss Prevention, Food Safety and Safety for Penske Logistics

Aaron has been with Penske Logistics for more than 13 years, starting with the company in 2009 as Director of Loss Prevention. Before his promotion to VP Loss Prevention, Food Safety and Safety, he served as Vice President, Loss Prevention & Food Safety for four years. Prior to Penske, he held LP roles with Circuit City, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Macy's. Congratulations, Aaron!

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The U.S. Crime Surge
The Retail Impact

The Shifting LP Role Amid Retail's Crime Wave
Reassessing the role of loss prevention amid the ORC surge
With organized retail crime (ORC) on the rise between 2015 and 2020, according to the National Retail Foundation (NRF), and recent media attention of high-profile lootings and smash-and-grabs, perhaps the biggest challenge for loss prevention (LP) executives today is reducing loss and boosting asset recovery where applicable, while simultaneously focusing on safer workplaces.

“In retail, you’ve got to balance protecting inventory and safety of your people. With the violence of today, that safety component has taken a more forward role for the loss prevention executive now than in the past. You’ve got to balance procedures, policies and strategies around employee safety first. Everything else follows after that,” says Alan Saquella, Corporate Security Executive and Assistant Professor at Embry-Riddle.

While insider theft and threats were once the bigger focus, Saquella says retailers have had to shift that focus to a rise in external threats, such as organized retail crime and violent incidents. But before focusing on the generic, it’s imperative to research where the retailer’s loss originates and invest the appropriate time, resources or services to determine the likelihood of specific risks at specific locations.

For loss prevention leaders reassessing their organization’s response to ORC and looting or other potentially violent scenarios, Saquella says they should be willing to look beyond the traditional. For ORC mitigation, the focus should be on technology that can be used to both warn employees of a potential incident before it happens and help law enforcement apprehend such offenders.

While working for one retailer, Saquella’s team realized that for several of the organization’s locations, loss prevention needed to begin outside. “We deployed cameras outside of those stores with artificial intelligence (AI) license plate capture systems. We not only caught several groups this way, but we were also able to share this information, such as vehicle and people descriptions, with other organizations. Working together across retailers is really helpful because you need to catch these people before they ever come in, if you can,” he says. Security teams can also set up such technology to give staff early warning when a license plate is recognized from previous incidents or area crimes, prompting employees to lock doors and/or call the police.

Similarly, video surveillance and AI can help retailers with potential looting or violent crimes by alerting employees to a person holding a weapon or gun in the parking lot and giving them precious seconds to call the police, lock the store, or run and hide. securitymagazine.com

Illinois: New Organized Theft Epicenter?
Crime and budget are top of mind for Illinois lawmakers as session wraps up
“It should come as no surprise with this governor that crime is up across Illinois. Carjackings, armed robberies and murders are all reaching new heights,” House GOP leader Jim Durkin of Western Springs said at a news conference Wednesday. “That is what happens when the governor and his allies like (Cook County State’s Attorney) Kim Foxx push policies that create a consequence-free Illinois for criminals.”

The push by some Democrats for more traditional anti-crime policies comes as the majority party also fights the GOP narrative voiced by Durkin.

But addressing high-profile issues such as carjackings, electronic monitoring for criminal suspects and organized retail theft could be on the table for the final week of the legislative session, Slaughter acknowledged. Adding surveillance cameras on expressways could also be on the agenda, according to Democrats, as well as a plan to recruit more police officers at a time when there’s been a mass exodus in some departments.

Earlier in the week, Senate Democrats, in concert with the Illinois Retail Merchants Association, proposed a tougher approach to organized retail crime, which has garnered headlines through both smash-and-grab theft at high-end stores and large scale operations targeting railroad and trucking cargo.

The proposal, which has bipartisan support, would allow county prosecutors to pursue cases for crimes carried out in different counties; allow the Illinois attorney general’s office to pursue racketeering charges against groups accused of running a criminal enterprise; and require online third-party marketplaces to verify its users’ identities with bank account or other information to make sure they’re legitimate.

But in another example of Democratic differences, Peters, the Chicago Senate Democrat, asked the state to review a claim by the Illinois Retail Merchants Association that “Illinois has become the epicenter for these types of crimes, with organized retail theft growing over 60% in five years,” according to a memo from the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority that was obtained by the Tribune.

In a statement issued Friday, the merchants association didn’t back off its previous claim but acknowledged that organized retail crimes have “not been properly tracked or documented,” which the group said is all the more reason to address the problem through legislation. chicagotribune.com

Turning a Blind Eye to Retail Criminals?
Walmart Greeter: I Wasn’t Paid Enough to "Care" About Baby Formula Theft
When Sam Walton wrote about the greeter positions in his autobiography, he knew exactly what he was doing when he created them. They served a dual purpose: to make "older" customers feel more welcomed in stores but to also help provide an extra layer of presumed security. If there was someone at the front of the store saying hello and making eye contact with people, maybe many would-be thieves would think twice before lifting some toothpaste or a few cans of beer from the grocery.

Fast forward to the present day and it's clear that the position isn't doing as much as Walmart would like in order to bolster its loss prevention initiatives. Its estimated that the mega-retailer loses a whopping $3 billion every single year due to theft. And while that may seem like a really, really high number (because it is) that's actually a small percentage of what the retailer grosses annually.

Walmart has implemented a number of anti-theft technologies in its stores, mainly around its self check-out areas. These spots are usually located near the front of the store, which has left many people wondering if the "greeter" position is even necessary anymore.

The efficacy of such a position and the expectation of employees to fulfill its intended purpose is further questioned when one considers how low Walmart's minimum pay is for its employees.

Brandon responded by saying that he would intentionally not hassle customers who had Pampers and Formula in their shopping carts/baskets, even if they didn't pay for it. "Every time I saw a customer, mostly a woman, and I checked the receipt, and I saw Pampers or baby formula that was not on the receipt, I just said, ‘Have a great day,'" Brandon said.

The other reason was because there really wasn't an incentive for employees who curbed thefts; it's not like Walmart was giving a "stopped theft" bonus for every greeter who halted someone from lifting items from the store. distractify.com

Police Shootings Surge 63% Since 2020
Report: 101 police officers shot in the line of duty, a 43% increase from 2021

The latest figure also marks a 63% increase compared to the number of officers shot during the same time period in 2020

The National Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) has released a shocking new report: 101 police officers have been shot in the line of duty as of April 1, including 17 fatally, so far in 2022.

This statistic, FOX13.com reported, is a 43% increase compared to officers shot during the same time frame last year. Moreover, it's a 63% increase compared to the numbers in 2020.

"We are in the midst of a real crisis," National FOP president Patrick Yoes said. "Last year was one of the most dangerous years for law enforcement, with more officers being shot in the line of duty since the National Fraternal Order of Police began recording this data."

Yoes continued to say that the data indicates "we are outpacing last year's numbers of officers shot and killed in the line of duty. ... "It is important to remember that when we look at these numbers, they represent people who are fathers, mothers, sons and daughters."

The five states with the highest number of officers shot and killed in the line of duty this year are Arizona, Texas, New York, Georgia and Washington State. police1.com

34% Decrease in Law Enforcement Deaths - 90 Year-to-Date

20 Deaths in March: 3 COVID - 8 Gunfire - 7 Auto - 1 Heart Attack - 1 Fire
In March,
20 law enforcement officers died in the line of duty. The cause breakdown (March 2022 only) is: 3 COVID-related, 8 gunfire, 7 auto-related, 1 heart attack, and 1 fire. This means that the year-to-date total for line of duty deaths is at 90, a 34% decrease from the same time last year.

The Officer Down Memorial Page extends our deepest condolences to the families, friends, and agencies who lost a loved one to a line of duty death this past month. We encourage our supporters to read the memorials of each of the officers who died in the line of duty.   odmp.org

NYC Mayor Ushers In New Version of 'Broken Windows' Policing
Adams makes the case for a centrist approach to national crime wave

"This is my history of fighting against heavy-handed and abusive policing. You can have the justice that we deserve with the safety we need," Adams said.

Mayor Eric Adams on Sunday painted himself as a compassionate but tough-on-crime Democrat as he looks to build his national profile amid a rise in gun violence across American cities.

Adams, who joined the NYPD to reform the department from within before becoming a state senator, was elected mayor on the promise to improve quality-of-life issues and drive down violent crime.

Adams said the NYPD’s controversial new anti-crime unit has taken “20-something guns” off the streets. He called on the federal government to boost funding for the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to improve coordination and better track guns flooding cities — a conversation Adams said he had with President Joe Biden and chief of staff Ron Klain on Saturday.

New York City reported the highest number of shootings in a decade, with a 40 percent spike in homicides over the last two years, according to “Face the Nation.” The rise in crime comes as the city is moving into the endemic phase of the Covid-19 pandemic, which killed more than 40,000 residents. The city is also confronting quality-of-life issues Adams described as people injecting heroin in the parks in front of children or going into stores, stealing “whatever they want” and jumping subway turnstiles.

Adams dismissed concerns from CBS’ Margaret Brennan, who asked whether his policies were dressed-up broken-windows policing — an approach used by former Republican Mayor Rudy Giuliani that critics said unfairly targeted minorities.

Since taking office on Jan. 1, Adams has deployed hundreds of cops into the subway system to remove homeless people and tore down nearly 250 encampments across the city’s streets. politico.com

Baltimore streets shut down by drivers doing dangerous stunts as crime soars



COVID Update

562.4M Vaccinations Given

US: 81.8M Cases - 1M Dead - 65.8M Recovered
Worldwide: 492.9M Cases - 6.1M Dead - 428.6M Recovered

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COVID Cases Remain Low in All Regions of the U.S.

A Sign of What's to Come Nationwide?
New York renews mask wearing recommendation in 5 counties as COVID cases surge 17%
Health officials have renewed calls for indoor mask wearing in the Central New York region as COVID-19 cases surged 17% last week and parts of upstate faced some of the worst BA.2 subvariant outbreaks in the country.

New York reported 22,654 COVID cases in the week ending Sunday, up from 19,377 the previous week, and continuing the turnaround that began last month following a brief lull in the pandemic.

Amid the uptick in infections, the state Health Department on Friday issued an alert recommending mask wearing — regardless of vaccination status — in all public indoor spaces in Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, and Oswego counties. Previously, New York ended its indoor mask mandates for public places and schools on Feb. 10 and March 2, respectively. lohud.com

The Pandemic's Retail Union Boom?
Covid upended labor market & workers are using leverage to push for unions

Warehouse and store employees seeking union membership feel they have no seat at the table.

The Covid pandemic pushed Americans to reconsider how and where they work, resulting in a tight labor market, rising wages and what’s been dubbed the Great Resignation. It also spurred workers, many of them younger, at big companies such as Amazon and Starbucks to flex their newfound leverage with union movements.

Warehouse and store employees seeking union membership feel they have no seat at the table. They’re looking for better pay and working conditions, and they want a say with management in day-to-day operations.

“Employees are feeling powerless, and this solidarity gives them some power,” said Catherine Creighton, director of Cornell University’s Industrial and Labor Relations branch in Buffalo, New York.

Young workers like Harris taking part are driven by a desire to improve the workplace, even if they might not stick around to see the changes come to fruition like union laborers of the past did. Some have little to no experience with unions prior to getting involved in campaigns, but they recognize their power in the current labor environment. cnbc.com

Duty of Care
Workplace Safety More Important Than Ever for Employed Americans

Only half (55%) of working Americans feel their employer has made more of an effort to ensure their safety than in previous years.

Not surprisingly, 90% of American workers believe their organization has a duty of care—a legal and moral obligation—to protect employees from unnecessary risk of harm when working or traveling on their behalf.

This is according to a new study, State of Employee Safety Report, from AlertMedia details employees’ current perceptions of safety in the workplace. The study also found that 82% of employees stated employers’ obligation to keep employees safe extends to those working remotely

But employees are concerned with how well their companies are adhering to those expectations. Only half (55%) of working Americans feel their employer has made more of an effort to ensure their safety than in previous years.

What Worries Employees?

The study found that while the majority of employed Americans remain concerned about navigating public health crises (78%) at work, nearly as many are worried about other emergencies and disruptive events, including cyberattacks (64%), severe weather (65%), crime (61%), significant outages (59%), and workplace violence (54%). Additionally, 83% of U.S. workers say they have encountered at least one emergency situation while working across their careers. ehstoday.com

As employees return to the office, companies grapple with vaccine tensions
Employers may no longer have to worry about potential consequences from the OSHA mandate-or-testing rule, but challenges involving Covid-19 vaccines aren’t going away.

Now that more companies are returning to the office, employment law attorneys say businesses are grappling with new vaccine-related issues, such as friction between vaccinated and unvaccinated workers.

They are scenarios that are accompanied by risk of litigation, discrimination claims and morale issues at a time when businesses are grappling with a host of other challenges.

“Each person will be returning to work having potentially experienced loss, isolation, frustration, illness — you name it,” she said. “Each will also come with their own opinions about the virus, its transmissibility, vaccines, the CDC and probably many other controversial and hotly debated issues surrounding the pandemic.”

She said that makes it critical to have processes and policies clearly documented and widely available to employees. bizjournals.com

The summer of "revenge travel"
After two years of Covid cancellations, Americans are splurging on "revenge travel" to make up for lost time, treating themselves to premium airfares, nicer accommodations and longer stays.

Stop Employees from ‘Mask Shaming’ Colleagues

Medicare enrollees can get free COVID tests at more than a dozen retail pharmacies


McDonald's Sexual Harassment Lawsuit
Former McDonald’s workers win $1.5M in class-action sexual harassment lawsuit
Former workers of a McDonald’s restaurant in Mason, who are part of a class-action lawsuit alleging a culture of sexual harassment, will be eligible to claim awards averaging $10,000, depending on the extent of the harassment they suffered, under the terms of a proposed settlement sent for court approval Monday.

The suit was originally filed in November 2019 by former McDonald’s employee Jenna Ries. In December 2021, a federal judge ruled the lawsuit could proceed on behalf of a class of nearly 100 other women and teenage girls. The judge’s decision was based on evidence showing the “consistency, frequency, severity, and visibility” of the harassment they experienced at the hands of one store manager.

“No one should have to put up with sexual harassment to get a paycheck,” said Ries. “I filed this lawsuit because I didn’t want other women to go through what I did while working at McDonald’s. I hope those who were abused will get the compensation they deserve, but I also hope McDonald’s will listen to survivors, and do everything possible to prevent sexual harassment in its restaurants.”

Ries worked at the Mason McDonald’s for three years and alleged that a manager frequently propositioned her for sex while on the job, used degrading, offensive terms to describe her in front of other workers and the store’s general manager and that he frequently grabbed her in private areas of her body.

Later, three former employees joined Ries in bringing the case, with nearly 20 other women submitting sworn statements in support of the lawsuit. All confirmed similar conduct they experienced at the hands of the same manager.

“While this settlement is a win for dozens of Mason McDonald’s workers who claimed egregious harassment, it, unfortunately, doesn’t go as far as we would have hoped, because McDonald’s corporate wasn’t at the table,” said Gillian Thomas, senior staff attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union Women’s Rights Project.

While the case originally was filed against McDonald’s as well as its Mason franchisee, the company was looking to be let out of the case, claiming that since it did not directly employ the harasser or the women which he targeted, it was not responsible for the abuse. wilx.com

Russia's Retail Wasteland
These photos show what shopping in Russia is like among closed stores and deserted malls

Russians have seen international firms halt operations and shut shops since the invasion of Ukraine.

Russia is full of closed store fronts and deserted shopping malls after firms have suspended operations in the weeks after the country's attack on Ukraine. A number of retail giants announced they would pause sales and close stores in Russia in the week after the invasion on February 24, including H&M Group, Disney, and IKEA.

Other companies had to abandon initial plans to keep stores open. Uniqlo's CEO promised to keep stores operational, but closed them only days later, citing "operational challenges and the worsening of the conflict situation."

Other big-name outlets are still doing business due to complex franchise agreements with third-party operators. Burger King's parent company, Restaurant Brands International, said it wanted to close stores but could not unilaterally suspend operations, which the main operator "refused" to do, according to a letter sent to staff.

Some McDonald's chains are also subject to franchise agreements. The fast food giant owns a majority of its Russian stores, meaning most have closed in line with the company's withdrawal from Russia. Starbucks also halted sales and closed stores in Russia on March 8. businessinsider.com

Gopuff laying off 3% of its global workforce
Instant delivery firm Gopuff is eliminating 3% of its global workforce of around 15,000 employees, according to reports in Bloomberg and The Information. A spokesperson for Gopuff confirmed the news on Thursday.

The layoffs are part of an internal "realignment" aimed at improving the company's financial performance, co-founders Rafael Ilishayev and Yakir Gola wrote in a letter to employees that Insider posted. "Our ethos has always been balancing scaling the business with fiscal responsibility and long-term value creation," the letter read.

The move underscores the difficulty e-commerce and technology firms face in scaling their businesses, especially as investors shy away from the space, and the capital-intensive nature of instant delivery. retaildive.com

How Walmart thwarted $4 million in elder gift card scams
Technology developed by Walmart helped the retail giant identify and freeze nearly $4 million in gift cards that had been bought by thousands of primarily elderly victims at the direction of con artists who duped them.

The U.S. Department of Justice, after being notified by Walmart, recently seized that money through a federal court action in Arkansas. Now the money can be claimed by victims of the frauds.

But federal authorities say the money that Walmart managed to save for those victims is just a small fraction of the millions of dollars annually lost in so-called imposter scams that rely on the purchases of gift cards. cnbc.com

Grocery Worker Strike Avoided
Supermarkets strike averted: grocery store workers reach tentative agreement
United Food and Commercial Workers International Union 770 announced that local grocery workers reached a tentative agreement Monday. The deal includes wage increases, guaranteed hours for part time workers, stronger health benefits, improved store safety and a secured pension. cbsnews.com

Virginia’s New Rules for Facial Recognition and What They Mean
Does Gov. sign most stringent law in the country regulating its use?

Schultz retakes helm of Starbucks; suspends share buybacks
Schultz announced that Starbucks is suspending its stock buyback program — effective immediately — to invest back into operations, including employees and stores.

Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Chelsea is the first to be unionized

JPMorgan CEO calls for minimum wage hike for cashiers, cooks, or bank tellers

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Is Your Organization Prepared?
New and less known cybersecurity risks you should be aware of
In this interview with Help Net Security, Zur Ulianitzky, Head of Security Research at XM CYber, gives insights on new and less talked about cybersecurity risks organizations should look out for, and what should they do keep themselves secure and protected from these threats.

We are seeing many cybersecurity risks taking the spotlight recently, but what about new and less discussed ones?

As markets grow more global and complex, so too do the threats that organizations must face. Hackers can now exploit security gaps to obtain an initial foothold in a company’s network and then move laterally between on-premises and cloud applications to wage a highly damaging campaign.
XM Cyber recently found three new risks present on multiple customers’ networks.

Multi-cloud hopping: The ability of an attacker to easily move between one cloud and another within a multi-cloud organization (ex. hopping from a company’s Azure environment to its Google Cloud apps). This is a huge deal because 76% of organizations are multi-cloud.

Backup system risk: Ransomware gangs are now trying to pivot through the network to get to the backup systems first, so they can destroy the recovery mechanism that most organizations rely upon.

3rd-party risk to Azure environments: Businesses often grant contractors access to applications to perform IT maintenance, or give ongoing access to third-party partners. However, this is a significant risk because they occasionally open up full access to the organization without realizing it!

Could you explain the multi-cloud hopping risk and how it could affect organizations?

Consider an external user who gains access to Azure, then breaks into an internal application, compromises it, and then pivot to the AWS cloud. Unfortunately, most businesses don’t have global visibility and aren’t aware of cross-cloud provider attack paths because traditional cloud security solutions do not detect them. They require solutions that illustrate how an attacker may gain access to a system and pivot cloud-to-cloud based on settings.

What about the backup system risk? What can organizations do to tackle this kind of threat?

Backup systems are common in organizations, and they usually link via various assets. Each asset you want to back up requires authorization and access, so to reach them, hackers require credentials. However, due to vulnerabilities, misconfigurations and poor cyber hygiene, these credentials are really not that hard for a savvy hacker to obtain. If a bad actor gets his hands on the backup system, he can exfiltrate and erase the backup data, essentially forcing the organization to pay the ransom or risk losing everything. helpnetsecurity.com

New Federal Bureau of Cyberspace & Digital Policy
State Department's cyber bureau begins operations
The Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy officially launched Monday at the State Department, with wide latitude to develop policy on diplomatic issues related to technology and the internet.

The announcement comes after years of back-and-forth between Congress and multiple presidential administrations about consolidating how the department handles cyber diplomacy.

The bureau will “address the national security challenges, economic opportunities, and implications for U.S. values associated with cyberspace, digital technologies, and digital policy,” according to a news release.

The bureau eventually will be led by a Senate-confirmed ambassador-at-large, the department said, but for now, “Jennifer Bachus, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, is serving as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the CDP bureau.”

Monday’s rollout comes about six months after Secretary Antony Blinken announced plans for the new bureau, which the department is calling “CDP.” The department floated the idea for the bureau to Congress in 2019 but didn’t try to launch it until the waning days of Donald Trump’s presidency in early 2021. Congressional auditors said that attempt was rushed and sloppy. Under Trump, the State Department had restructured a cyber policy office created under President Barack Obama.

The bureau will launch with about 60 staffers, with plans to add about 30 more, according to The Washington Post. cyberscoop.com

One of Largest Ever Forfeitures From Dark Web
United States Forfeits Millions in Cryptocurrency Used to Launder Illicit Dark Web Proceeds
Miami, Florida – In one of the largest cryptocurrency forfeiture actions ever filed by the United States, federal prosecutors in the Southern District of Florida successfully forfeited approximately $34 million worth of cryptocurrency tied to illegal Dark Web activity.

According to the U.S. Government’s civil forfeiture complaint, law enforcement agents identified a South Florida resident raking in millions by using an on-line alias to make over 100,000 sales of illicit items and hacked online account information on several of the world’s largest Dark Web marketplaces.

the South Florida resident sold hacked online account information for popular services such as HBO, Netflix, and Uber, among others, and accessed the Dark Web by utilizing the TOR (The Onion Router) Network.

This forfeiture action is the result of Operation TORnado, a joint investigation that stems from the ongoing efforts by OCDETF, the largest anti-crime task force in the country, a partnership between federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. The principal mission of the OCDETF program is to identify, disrupt, and dismantle the highest-level drug traffickers, money launderers, and other priority transnational criminal organizations that threaten the citizens of the United States using a prosecutor-led, intelligence driven, multi-agency approach to combat transnational organized crime. justice.gov

Debate Over Federal Cyber Authority
Debate erupts at news the White House may scale back DOD cyber-ops authorities
Days after CyberScoop exclusively reported the White House is considering scaling back a Trump-era policy giving the Department of Defense and U.S. Cyber Command broad authorities to launch cyber-operations, conflict erupted in Washington about the wisdom of such a move.

More than three years after the Trump administration gave DOD those authorities, White House officials have launched an “interagency review process” to hammer out revisions to NSPM-13 with an eye on scaling it back and returning some control over cyber ops to the White House.

Cybersecurity experts debated the merits of the White House’s plans to revise NSPM-13, with some asserting that cyber operations will be dangerously slowed down if the White House becomes involved in the process. Others argued that the White House has to take back control. Those in the latter camp say it is unsafe for DOD to act without knowledge of political and diplomatic considerations — and they questioned how effectively the DOD has wielded its broad authority to undertake offensive cyber operations. cyberscoop.com

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Union Efforts Succeed at Amazon - Now What?

Amazon to Face More Labor Organizing After Historic Union Win

A fledgling union beat the e-commerce giant's deep pockets.

Warehouse workers in Staten Island, New York, voted last week to join the new Amazon Labor Union, a stunning rebuff to the e-commerce giant that will almost assuredly alter the dynamics between employee and employer. The success at the huge facility will likely encourage labor organizers to attempt unionizing other Amazon warehouses across the country.

Already, another Staten Island warehouse is in the throes of a union push. Amazonians United, a workers group, has made direct demands for raises and paid time off on behalf of workers, and a group at a Seattle Amazon Fresh store has declared itself a union and made similar demands of the company.

"This is the first step. It is a historic moment," the Amazon Labor Union said in a statement. "And it is just the first of many."

The steady cadence of labor activity at Amazon underscores the growing power of workers in an economy in which almost no employer can find enough people to work. Two years of pandemic have prompted workers to reevaluate their lives, with many opting to change jobs or retire. The phenomenon has become so widespread that it's known as the Great Resignation.

Amazon said in February it fell short of its goal of hiring 150,000 seasonal workers over the winter holidays and found itself paying high rates of overtime wages to make up for staffing shortfalls. The company attributed the problem in part to the omicron variant of the coronavirus, but also projected increasing labor costs as it works to staff an expanding network of warehouses. cnet.com

Amazon's Secret Drone Delivery Program
Amazon has been secretly testing its drone-delivery program and plans to drop packages from the sky to 1,300 customers this year, documents show

It ultimately wants to open 145 drone launchpads and deliver 500 million packages by drone a year.

Amazon this year aims to recruit 1,300 test customers to place orders through its Prime Air drone-delivery program, a sign the company is inching closer to its vision of shipping packages via autonomous aerial vehicles, Insider has learned.

These testers will be recruited from Lockeford, California, and College Station, Texas, with deliveries starting in September, according to documents obtained by Insider. Customers will be able to choose from roughly 3,000 items weighing under 5 pounds — largely pharmaceutical, beauty, and pet supplies. Amazon aims to deliver one item at a time, within an hour, to these customers, these internal planning documents say.

This would be a significant expansion of Prime Air and the program's largest commercial test. For at least the past 18 months Amazon has operated a much smaller-scale test in almost complete secrecy near the company's drone facilities in parts of Oregon and Crows Landing, California, according to documents and four current and former Prime Air employees. This test reaches about two dozen customers, of which only a handful are not Amazon employees, according to the documents and employees. businessinsider.com

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San Francisco DA Announces Shoplifting Convictions Related to Walgreens Thefts
Walgreens received some measure of justice here Monday when San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin announced two men were found guilty of petty thefts in separate cases. One man, who made national news when his San Francisco shop lifting spree at Walgreens and his bicycle escape were captured on video that went viral, has pleaded guilty and will serve 16 months in prison, said DA Boudin Monday. Jean Lugo Romero, who will be officially sentenced April 15, pleaded guilty to felony grand theft and misdemeanor petty theft. Boudin’s office also said a jury returned guilty misdemeanor verdicts for 13 counts against Ahmad Shabazz for a series of petty thefts in five separate incidents at Walgreens.

“Whether the work of organized retail theft rings or of individual suspects, the burglaries impacting our local businesses will not be tolerated,” said District Attorney Boudin. He added, “The sentence and verdicts handed down are just one way we are working to hold individuals accountable for harm caused by retail theft in San Francisco. We are also continuing our work with partner agencies to dismantle the organized networks which make these crimes profitable.” Boudin explained his office has “instituted numerous measures to respond to retail theft, in addition to holding those who commit [thefts to subsequent] prosecution. We have partnered with ALTO, an international organization that coordinates the loss prevention efforts of retailers, police, and prosecutors, formed an alliance of Bay Area County District Attorneys, and we currently are currently involved in multiple operations to combat retail theft in San Francisco.”

Boudin’s office said “ALTO’S partnership with Walgreens and local law enforcement, including the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office and the San Francisco Police Department allowed for the identification, arrest, and prosecution of Defendants Shabbaz and Lugo Romero.” “ALTO, in partnership with Walgreens, was instrumental in securing material evidence, witness coordination, and being the point of contact for all parties. ALTO will continue serving as a victim advocate for our clients, implementing meaningful solutions to public safety concerns, and greatly appreciates the thorough work of SFDA’s prosecutors in the numerous cases against defendants Shabbaz and Lugo Romero,” said Xochitl Carrion, lead attorney for ALTO Alliance. davisvanguard.org

Two Men Sentenced to Combined 13 Years in $1.5 Million Apple Gift Card Scheme
Syed Ali, 29, and his co-conspirator, Jason Tout-Puissant, 27, both pleaded guilty to wire fraud in 2019. Mr. Ali was sentenced in October 2021 to 37 months in federal prison; Mr. Tout-Puissant was sentenced today by the same judge to 60 months in federal prison and ordered to pay $1.26 million in restitution to Apple.

According to plea papers, Mr. Tout-Puissant admitted that he stole multiple Apple point-of-sale devices – nicknamed “Isaacs” – from an Apple store in Southlake, Texas, then sat outside the store, logged onto the store’s wifi network, and loaded thousands of dollars of fraudulent store credits onto gift cards.

He then loaded the giftcards onto Apple Passbook, an application that generates QR codes for the value of gift cards, and sent screenshots of those codes to Mr. Ali.

In his plea papers, Mr. Ali admitted that he and an unindicted coconspirator used those QR codes to purchase thousands of dollars’ worth of Apple products from brick-and-mortar retail stores in New York.

According to the indictment, the conspiracy involved more than $1.5 million in fraudulently obtained Apple gift cards. justice.gov

St Joseph County, IN: Three people are facing armed robbery charges after allegedly stealing over $1,200 worth of merchandise from Walmart
On March 31, South Bend Police responded to the Walmart on Ireland Road for an armed robbery. A loss prevention officer told police she had been watching a man in a black hooded sweatshirt and tan pants in the store. The man placed multiple items in his cart and checked out at the self checkout lanes, reports said. When the man attempted to leave the store with his cart of items, the loss prevention officer attempted to stop him. The man pulled out a gun and pointed it at her and said, “get out of my way,” according to the probable cause affidavit. abc57.com

Hinsdale, IL: Thieves use sledgehammer to break into Hinsdale Marcus store, steal $30K in handbags
Burglars smashed their way into the Marcus store in west suburban Hinsdale early Monday morning. Well before dawn, the burglars used a sledgehammer to shatter a window and enter on the First Street side of the store, which has a main address of 101 S. Washington St. Police said a number of high-end purses and handbags were stolen. In a video posted on Twitter, Marcus Lemonis said this was the sixth time in the past year that one of his Chicago-area stores has been robbed. The Marcus Curated Luxury Collection was founded by Bobbi and Marcus Lemonis, has a location near the Magnificent Mile another location in Deerfield – as well as location in Aspen, Colorado; Montecito, California; and the Meatpacking District on the West Side of Manhattan in New York City. cbsnews.com

Boulder, CO: $80,000 Worth of Bikes Including Two CeramicSpeed Chainless Prototypes Stolen
Thieves have made off with over $80,000 worth of bikes after two one-off prototypes and an eMTB were stolen from a CeramicSpeed office in Boulder, Colorado. The CeramicSpeed office was broken into on Wednesday evening with the thieves taking an all black Cervelo P5 Triathlon bike and a Canyon Lux both with chainless drivetrains and a dark blue Specialized Turbo Levo that featured a standard drivetrain. Currently, the location of the two one-off and very valuable prototypes is unknown but the Levo has been returned with Boulder Police having a suspect in custody. pinkbike.com

Albuquerque, NM: Police search for Albuquerque Ulta burglary suspects
Authorities are searching for the suspects accused of burglarizing an Albuquerque cosmetics store. Crime Stoppers says the two men broke a window to get into the Ulta beauty store in uptown. Surveillance video showed them taking items from the shelves. No word on how much they got away with. krqe.com

Albuquerque, NM: Suspected shoplifter to be extradited to Albuquerque
A woman New Mexico authorities describe as a "violent serial shoplifter" was arrested in Oklahoma and will be extradited back to Albuquerque. Brianna Garcia, 23, has been indicted on 20 counts, including shoplifting, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and shooting at or from a motor vehicle. It's unclear who her attorney will be. Jerri Mares, a spokeswoman for the state Attorney General's Office which is prosecuting the case, said Garcia Garcia shoplifted a number of times in Albuquerque and the incidents "quickly devolved into violence when Garcia was confronted by store associates." "Garcia brandished a handgun on several occasions, pointing it at store employees as she made her escape, and even discharging her firearm in the parking lot after walking out of one store," Mares said. "Those acts of violence culminated on February 1, 2022 when Garcia fired a number of shots at the front door of a busy neighborhood Walmart after being confronted over a petty misdemeanor theft." A warrant was issued for Garcia's arrest in early February and she was pulled over in Beckham County, Oklahoma on March 15. Woman charged in armed shoplifting spree. news.yahoo.com

New York, NY: Five men wanted in Soundview jewelry store smash-and-grab; $50K worth of merchandise stolen

Big Flat, NY: Woman arrested for stealing $7K of products from Best Buy

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New Albany, IN: Man kills 2 outside of Gas Station, leads police on chase, takes hostage
Two people were killed outside of a New Albany gas station Monday morning and the suspect then took someone hostage at gunpoint, police said. Indiana State Police Sgt. Carey Huls said it's early on in the investigation, but what they know so far is that a double homicide happened around 10 a.m. outside of the Circle K, near New Albany High School. We know the victims are a man and a woman. Officers pursued the suspect, a man, who they said went over to Charlestown Road, exited the vehicle and took off on foot. Huls then said the man ran into a restaurant, the Onion, and forced a female hostage by gunpoint into a silver SUV. The woman was hurt, Huls said, but not shot. He said they may have been hit or run over by the vehicle during the situation. The suspect then took over the vehicle and tried to run over officers, Huls said. Those officers fired at the suspect and they were hit. Huls said both the suspect and hostage victim were taken to UofL Hospital. Huls said their injuries are non-life-threatening. Police have not yet identified the suspect or victims. ISP will investigate the hostage situation and the police shooting, while New Albany police will investigate the double homicide. wlky.com

Sedona, AZ: Whole Foods armed robbery suspect killed in shootout with Oklahoma Highway Patrol
Friday afternoon, Sedona Police responded to Whole Foods regarding an armed robbery. Officials say the armed suspect verbally threatened an employee when he was confronted. The suspect, Charles Carswell of Ohio, was identified and his vehicle was entered into the National Crime Information Center as a felony vehicle with an armed occupant. Saturday, Oklahoma Highway Patrol located Carswell’s vehicle and attempted a traffic stop, but he fled. Carswell began shooting at troopers while actively fleeing the pursuit. Once stopped, Carswell exited his car armed with a long rifle, barricaded himself behind the car and began firing additional rounds. During the shootout, he was struck and killed by one of the rounds. The investigation is on-going. myradioplace.com

Compton, CA: Suspect killed, security guard wounded after robbery turns into shootout at illegal Pot Shop
One of four robbers was shot and killed, and a security guard was wounded, during a shootout at an illegal pot shop in Compton, police said Monday. Authorities say three suspects are still at large after the shootout at the store in the 1500 block of South Wilmington Avenue just before 7 p.m. Sunday. "They're pretty brazen. I'm assuming this is not the first time this crew has done this," said Lt. Hugo Reynaga of the LA County Sheriff's Department. Deputies called to the scene found a security guard outside the shop, located in a strip mall at Wilmington and Greenleaf Boulevard, who had been wounded in the gunfight. He told the deputies that four men had entered the illegal pot shop and tried to rob it at gunpoint, which is when the guard exchanged gunfire with one of the suspects. cbsnews.com

Bucks County, PA: Pizzeria owner accused of killing partner, stashing body for nearly 2 weeks
The owner of a pizza parlor in Pennsylvania has been charged with criminal homicide after she admitted to shooting her partner and hiding his body in their house, police said. Anna Maria Tolomello, 48, has been charged with criminal homicide, abuse of a corpse, tampering with evidence, and possession of an instrument of a crime in connection with the death of Giovanni Gallina, 65, the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday. cbsnews.com

Rocky Mount, NC: Video Gaming Security Guard shot in attempted Armed Robbery

Annapolis , MD: Annapolis Police Investigating Shooting outside 7-Eleven

Houston, TX: Man shot in leg during possible robbery attempt at Raising Cane's


Robberies, Incidents & Thefts

Shocking moment 7 cops injured as wanted woman, 25, smashes into 8 police cars while trying to flee
SEVEN police officers were injured after a woman in a white Hummer smashed into eight patrol cars Sunday morning. Hannah Casperson, 25, was placed under arrest and taken to a local hospital to be treated for serious injuries following the multi-town car pursuit in Connecticut that ended with a crash. Casperson was wanted in Waterbury for being a suspect in smash-and-grab thefts in the area, as well as being the alleged getaway driver in a string of other car break-ins on Friday. Wolcott police said Casperson and the Hummer were allegedly linked to 41 vehicle break-ins, leading officers to pull her over for a traffic stop. When an officer approached Casperson's car around 8:45am Sunday to talk with her, police said she sped forward and hit the officer's police car, which was blocking her exit. the-sun.com

Houston, TX: Violent Auto Parts store Armed Robbery caught on camera
The Owners of Tireshop Exclusive DTS spoke with FOX 26 after their business was targeted by a robber who also brutally beat a female employee. They tell us it happened around 10:50 a.m. Monday and it was caught on surveillance video. "Our secretary, she's the one that took the big hit," said Luis Sanchez, owner. "She had two broken fingers and her head was busted open." Sanchez said the man first came in to scope out the shop, but believes since it was busy at the time, the man left. But not before Sanchez got a good look at his face and model of car. Sanchez said another shop nearby called before the robbery to be on the lookout. fox26houston.com

Indianapolis, IN: Post Office offers $50K reward in search for Armed Robbery suspect

Taco Bell location on the west side is closed after driver crashed into the building

Wyomissing, PA: Shoplifting suspect hit three vehicles while fleeing police

Decatur, IL: Walmart customer jailed after punching employee, fighting security guard

Pittsburgh Steelers tattoo leads to suspect in $60 theft of meat at Walmart

Daytona Beach, FL: Man stuffed coral he stole from pet fish store in pants



Danville, VA: Juvenile intentionally set a fire inside a store Friday
Authorities have arrested the person, a juvenile, they believe is responsible for Friday’s fire at a Danville shopping center. The fire inside the Ballou Park Roses Express Store was deliberately set by a juvenile who was in the store as his or her mother shopped, according to Danville Fire Marshal’s Office and the Virginia State Police. The juvenile reported smelling smoke to the employees who found the fire and then began evacuating employees and other shoppers, according to the Danville Fire Department. Two employees tried to extinguish the fire with a fire extinguisher; however, they were unsuccessful. Authorities said that there were several witnesses, as well as video surveillance footage that aided the investigation. The juvenile has been taken into custody.  wsls.com

Investigators Piecing Together What Caused Fire At Fort Lauderdale Swap Shop



Auto – Houston, TX – Armed Robbery
Bike – Boulder, CO – Burglary
C-Store – Augusta, GA – Armed Robbery
Dollar General – Lansing, MI – Armed Robbery
Family Dollar – Springfield, IL – Armed Robbery
Gaming – Rocky Mount, NC – Armed Robbery / Shooting
Gaming – Port Arthur, TX – Burglary
Grocery – Centre County, PAS – Burglary
Grocery – Sedona, AZ – Armed Robbery / Suspect killed
Handbags – Chicago, IL – Robbery
Jewelry – Rochester, MN – Burglary
Jewelry – Clearwater, FL – Burglary
Jewelry – Asheboro, NC – Robbery
Jewelry – Santa Ana, CA – Robbery
Jewelry – Cleveland, OH – Robbery
Jewelry – Cedar Hill, TX – Robbery
Jewelry – Johnson City, NY – Burglary
Jewelry – Bakersfield, CA – Robbery
Jewelry – Myrtle Beach, SC – Robbery
Jewelry – Grand Rapids, MI – Robbery
Jewelry – Trumbull, CT – Robbery
Jewelry – New York, NY – Robbery
Marijuana – Compton, CA – Armed Robbery / Suspect killed
Marijuana – Adelanto, CA – Armed Robbery
Marijuana – Everett, WA – Armed Robbery
Restaurant – Wichita Falls, TX – Robbery
Restaurant – Queens, NY – Armed Robbery
Vape – Lincoln, NE – Burglary
Walmart – Decatur, IL – Robbery
7-Eleven – Lewiston, ME – Armed Robbery
7-Eleven – Elma, WA – Armed Robbery


Daily Totals:
• 24 robberies
• 7 burglaries
• 3 shootings
• 2 killed

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