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Mike Nagyhazy named Director of Security & Safety for Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Prior to being named Director of Security & Safety for Hyatt Hotels Corporation, Mike spent six years as CEO of LP Executive Consulting. Before that, he spent nearly three years with 24 Hour Fitness as Senior Director, LP & Safety. Earlier in his career, he spent nearly four years with Harbor Freight Tools as Director, Loss Prevention and Sr. Manager, Supply Chain LP and Inventory Control. He also previously held LP roles with Mervyns. Congratulations, Mike!

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SAVE THE DATE: RILA's 2023 Retail AP Conference

April 30 − May 3, 2023 | Denver, CO

Asset protection professionals have always been important to retail's success, but the pandemic has made the role more central to retail operations than ever before-and it's never going back.

Working together we helped keep the economy moving, making sure stores across the country could open and safely serve the public.

Collaborating with operational peers we helped implement new technologies to make the stores safer and more efficient for customers.

We trained associates to prepare for the unexpected, meeting every pandemic-related challenge as an opportunity to improve customer service and our workforce.

And we're tackling the growing challenge of organized retail crime, partnering with our peers in government affairs to write smarter laws and collaborating with law enforcement to go on offense against the criminal enterprises targeting our stores.


The U.S. Crime Surge
The Retail Impact

Bipartisan Retail Crime Task Force
GOP, Dems propose retail crime task force, slam spike in smash & grab looting

Democratic co-sponsor Susie Lee said crime syndicates cannot 'continue to threaten American livelihoods'

A bipartisan group of House lawmakers led by Colorado Republican Ken Buck will introduce legislation this week that would form a new task force aimed at combating the nationwide surge in mob retail theft.

Buck told Fox News his bill, which he will introduce Friday, is a companion to Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley's Combating Organized Retail Crime Act, and characterized it as a strong, bipartisan response to the nationwide crime wave.

"The explosion of organized, smash-and-grab looting of retail stores is a symptom of the underlying collapse of law and order in America under the Biden administration," Buck told Fox News, disputing Biden's 2021 claim that crime is "down."

Buck said the bipartisan and bicameral legislation will help police and federal law enforcement stop future "attacks" on businesses by improving bureaucratic coordination and ensuring proper punishment for culprits.

The task force bill will cite figures stating that for every $1 billion in 2019 U.S. retail sales, $720,000 of that consists of embezzled or purloined goods. Buck suggested that statistic has only increased since then, given the recent spate of high-profile retail thefts.

The legislation creates a new Organized Retail Crime Coordination Center that would fall under the purview of the Department of Homeland Security, and directs the center to "establish relationships with" state, local and tribal law enforcement and corporate loss prevention agencies to share information and "leverage" existing data to get a handle on the current crisis.

The center's director would be appointed by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and would require qualifications as an "experienced law enforcement officer."  foxnews.com

U.S. House ORC Version Picking Up Bipartisan Support

U.S. House ORC H.R. Bill 7499: Improving Federal Investigations of Organized Retail Crime Act of 2022
House Committee on the Judiciary

Three U.S. House Representatives become Co-Sponsors in October. Bringing number of Co-Sponsors to nine.

With Rep. Fred Upton (R-MI), Rep. Carolyn Bourdeaux (D-GA), and Rep. Jim Costa (D-CA) signing on to support its passage.

Obviously these three Representatives come from states and areas that have been impacted by the increased ORC activity and are supporting their local constituencies.

With the other six Co-Sponsors from New York, two from California, Florida, Hawaii, and New Jersey. Which also reflects the ORC crime wave.

Originally introduced on 4/14/2022, by Rep. Young Kim (R-CA-39) with four co-sponsors from New York, two from California and Florida. Two Republicans and two Democrats. It appears to be a bipartisan effort. Which is great to see.

However, since the initial introduction the only action has been the five additional co-sponsors signing on and offering their support.

Meanwhile over in the House Energy & Commerce Committee H.R. Bill.

Read more on H.R. Bill 7499 here

America's ORC Crisis Makes More Global Headlines
Shoplifting rise puts US retailers on the back foot
Retail theft increased when stores reopened following lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic. The newly released 2022 Retail Security Survey by National Retail Federation shows that 74 percent of survey respondents reported that store theft — not including organized retail crime — has increased compared with five years ago.

Retailers also lose a lot of money to organized retail crime, which has increased. The survey shows that 52.9 percent of respondents reported increased incidents of such crime while none reported decreases in organized retail crime.

Multiple measures

Some governments also have increased the threshold or value of goods stolen to constitute a felony. In California, Proposition 47 in 2014 reduced theft of goods valued at less than $950 from a felony to a misdemeanor, which some politicians have attempted to repeal.

Home Depot has been locking up more products during the past year while testing more customer-friendly, higher-tech solutions, reported The Wall Street Journal.

Scott Glenn, vice-president of asset protection at Home Depot, said that overall theft attempts at Home Depot continue to rise compared with before the pandemic. After a high-theft item is locked up, sales gradually go up because the store stays more consistently in stock, Glenn said. He also said that in stores where Home Depot has aggressive theft deterrents, losses have been reduced.

A Best Buy store in the suburbs of Houston has replaced items such as Bose speakers, the Journal reported. Shoppers must ask store workers for help in locating the merchandise. chinadaily.com.cn

Retailers Partner with Law Enforcement to Battle ORC
JCPenney, Macy’s, Marshalls, TJ Maxx push back against thieves
After California lawmakers changed the threshold for felony theft to $950, the surge of shoplifters has become notorious. But retailers apparently have organized in Southern California in effort to survive.

At a recent court hearing it was revealed that San Diego has an Organized Retail Crime Alliance, which is part of a national task force. A witness identified as “Dee Dee” said she is an investigator for this alliance, and she researches crimes that target certain stores even across multiple counties. Dee Dee said these organized thieves resell the stolen goods at swap meets, using online platforms, and in Mexico.

Dee Dee said she studies surveillance videos from stores that have stationary and “hand-tilt systems.” Photo evidence was collected from 62 stores, including JCPenney, Macy’s, Marshalls, TJ Maxx. The area extends from South Orange County, east to Indio, and south to the border in San Ysidro. Private investigators gather evidence which are presented to law enforcement and shared with retailers.

Dee Dee said that in mid-2021 she first identified a thief who was affecting stores in Chula Vista and San Ysidro. This thief filled shopping carts with goods and then pushed the loaded cart out a back door; he was unique for always kicking open the emergency door in the back. Sometimes he worked alone and sometimes with an accomplice. Dee Dee gathered 17 videos as part of evidence against the suspect.

Dee Dee said he pillaged stores in Mission Valley, Plaza Bonita, Point Loma, Carmel Mountain, Solana Beach, Carlsbad, and Laguna Hills.

This type of coordination - collecting and sharing information between law enforcement and retailers - is just one example of how the retail industry is fighting the surge in organized retail crime. sandiegoreader.com

63% Decrease in Law Enforcement Deaths - 181 Year-to-Date
10 Deaths in Sept: 5 Gunfire - 3 Auto/Motorcycle - 1 Heart Attack, 1 Illness
In September, 10 law enforcement officers died in the line of duty. The cause breakdown (September 2022 only) is: 1 automobile crash, 1 duty related illness, 5 gunfire, 1 vehicular assault, 1 motorcycle crash, and 1 heart attack. This means that the year-to-date total for line of duty deaths is at 181, a 63% 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

Are Gun Retailers Partly Responsible for Mass Shootings?
Gun industry faces wave of lawsuits that could reshape how firearms are sold

If successful, these suits, stemming from this year’s mass shootings in Uvalde, Texas, and Highland Park, Illinois, may reshape how guns are sold to Americans.

The survivors and families of victims of recent mass shootings in Texas and Illinois are taking on gun companies and stores in dozens of lawsuits, alleging the businesses bear responsibility for the massacres.

Last week, survivors of the July 4 mass shooting at a parade in Highland Park, Illinois, sued gun maker Smith & Wesson Brands, two gun retailers and others for their alleged role in the attack that left seven dead and more than 40 injured.

The gun industry, under federal law, has broad immunity from the fallout of mass shootings. Experts say plaintiffs face an uphill battle. But survivors, victims, family members and gun law advocates see an opportunity to hold manufacturers and dealers liable by calling into question their sales and marketing practices. If successful, these suits may reshape how guns are sold to Americans.

“This is a company that chooses to stay ignorant of the harm they cause communities like Uvalde so they can continue to recklessly market their products and make millions,” said Stephanie Sherman, who is representing the families, in a press release. cnbc.com

Memphis, TN: TN Governor launches $100M violent crime intervention fund to help police agencies
Law enforcement agencies across Tennessee can apply for grants to strengthen public safety in their communities. The grants are part of Governor Bill Lee’s $100 million Violent Crime Intervention Fund.

“As Americans face rising crime nationwide, Tennessee is equipping law enforcement with the tools needed to keep every community safe,” Lee said. “Unprecedented times call for unprecedented support. I invite all police departments and sheriff’s offices to engage this opportunity so the state can thoughtfully invest these dollars in proven methods that will curb violent crime and strengthen public safety. Every Tennessean deserves to feel safe in their community, and our local law enforcement agencies deserve access to the resources needed to deliver that quality of life.”

The fund was included in the state’s Fiscal Year 2022-23 budget to support local law enforcement’s work to reduce violent crime and strengthen public safety. Eligible uses of funding include evidence-based crime intervention models, hiring and training of specialized violent crime units, purchase and application of technology and equipment, and law enforcement-led partnerships with community organizations to disrupt and prevent violent crime, the governor’s release said.  fox13memphis.com

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COVID Update

624.1M Vaccinations Given

US: 98.7M Cases - 1M Dead - 95.9M Recovered
Worldwide: 628.4M Cases - 6.5M Dead - 607.7M Recovered

Private Industry Security Guard Deaths: 362   Law Enforcement Officer Deaths: 811

Warning Sign for the U.S.?
WHO says new COVID-19 wave emerging in Europe
A new wave of COVID-19 cases appears to be spreading in Europe, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) say.

WHO’s regional data showed that only Europe recorded a rise in COVID-19 cases in the week that ended October 2, clocking an increase of 8 percent from the week before.

“Although we are not where we were one year ago, it is clear that the COVID-19 pandemic is still not over,” the WHO’s Europe director, Hans Kluge, and the ECDC’s director, Andrea Ammon, said in a joint statement on Wednesday

“We are unfortunately seeing indicators rising again in Europe, suggesting that another wave of infections has begun,” they said. foxnews.com

These Remote Tech Workers Secretly Juggle Multiple Jobs
Working from home makes it easier to take on several full-time posts. The extra cash is nice—but simultaneous Zoom meetings can be tricky.

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For many retailers, the biggest investment in video systems happened nearly 20 years ago, when systems were analogue, and monitoring and recording was primarily undertaken on site: a 'cloud' was just a big puffy thing in the sky. For many video capability leaders, the challenge now is about how they upgrade to new technologies, take advantage of networking, consider video analytics, mitigate against a cyber-attack and figure out the role of Cloud computing and storage.

In this session, two retailers will share how they have tackled this transformation: how they learnt from others, recruited a project team, assessed their current and future needs, put together their vision, and five-year plan, and most importantly, persuaded the business to invest.

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DOJ's Corporate Crime Crackdown
Companies are in for a 'rude awakening'

DOJ Encouraging Self-Disclosure as Guilty Pleas in Corporate Crimes Down 70%

Only 90 guilty pleas by corporations were submitted in 2021, dropping from 304 in 2000, per a U.S. Sentencing Commission report.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is taking steps against corporate crimes, as a recent report from the sentencing commission shows a sharp decrease in guilty pleas by corporations. U.S. Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco and company have announced on multiple fronts that these numbers aren’t being taken lightly.

Although Monaco is fairly new in the role, appointed in April of last year, Monaco has made it clear in her short tenure that organizations that have been skating the line of legality are in for a rude awakening.

Companies cannot assume that they are entitled to a non-prosecution agreement or a deferred prosecution agreement, particularly when they are frequent flyers,” Monaco said while speaking at New York University about corporate criminal enforcement. “We will not shy away from bringing charges or requiring guilty pleas where facts and circumstances require. If any corporation still thinks criminal resolutions can be priced in as the cost of doing business, we have a message — times have changed.”

Two tactics the department is looking into combating the issue of enforcement are speedier trials and self-policing by corporations. While telling audience members at NYU “speed is of the essence” when it comes to trials, Monaco dedicated a large portion of her speech to the importance of self-policing.

The clearest path for a company to avoid a guilty plea or an indictment is voluntary self-disclosure, Monaco said. The Department is committed to providing incentives to companies that voluntarily self-disclose misconduct to the government. In many cases, voluntary self-disclosure is a sign that the company has developed a compliance program and has fostered a culture to detect misconduct and bring it forward. cfo.com

Robots, Not Guards, Patrolling Many Businesses
These 5-foot-1 security robots are patrolling workplace hallways. Here's how companies are using them to protect offices and employees.

Despite surveillance concerns, security teams rave about the robots' ability to protect employees.

For some, the phrase "robotic security guard" conjures up images of dystopian all-seeing machines or the omnipresent "Big Brother" from George Orwell's novel "1984."

While not quite as menacing, the robotics startup Cobalt makes 5-foot-1 robots meant to replace human security guards. They patrol offices and report any observed anomalies. Cobalt's human security analysts can also communicate with office workers through a screen on the robot and assess the more complicated situations the robots encounter.

Cobalt's robots are fitted with more than 60 sensors, including thermal cameras, temperature and humidity sensors, and badge readers. The robots integrate into a company's security network, allowing them to respond automatically to triggered alarms. Using their knowledge of past security incidents, the robots can determine whether a situation needs to be escalated — for example, if the robot spots a broken window versus a faulty alarm.

According to Mike LeBlanc, Cobalt's president and chief operating officer, the company's value proposition became clearer during the pandemic, since the robots could replace unwieldy security teams that were no longer necessary in empty offices. In large workplaces, robots were able to more efficiently patrol multiple floors and respond faster to alarms. In smaller offices that required only a single guard, robots could take over all security tasks, from managing visitors to escorting employees to their cars late at night.

"There's such high turnover in security guards," LeBlanc said. "So the robots are actually able to fill these posts at a lower cost. People love that they can automate this and get the same thing every time, rather than paying more for someone where they're going to have varied results."

Employee privacy concerns: businessinsider.com

Apple Retail Workers Push for Union
Oklahoma City Apple employees take steps to unionize
Meetings have been going on since last month, when a majority of the employees signed a petition to join the Communication Workers of America union. While Apple has received union-busting complaints from both the Penn Square Labor Alliance and the National Labor Relations Board, employee and union organizer Michael Forsythe said social media — in this case, Discord — allows them to share information without fear of retribution.

"Management has to do all their union busting within a 4 to 8 hour shift that every employee has every day. If we have a digital space like this, we have control of that 24/7," Forsythe said.

Forsythe said the PSLA has learned from their colleagues in Atlanta, where the first Apple Store petitioned for a union in April and Towson, Maryland, where the first Apple Store won its union election in June. Much of this momentum follows CWA’s Campaign to Organize Digital Employees and their decision to focus on Apple retail workers earlier this year. publicradiotulsa.org

Kroger-Albertsons Merger Coming?
Albertsons merger with Kroger could be announced this week
Kroger and Albertsons are reportedly in talks over a proposed merger that would swell the combined chain to a footprint of 5,000 stores.

Starbucks closes first unionized cafe location in Colorado Springs

Some Apple workers in Australia vote to strike over pay, benefits

Consumer prices rise 0.4% in September, up 8.2% from a year ago

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October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Weekly Topic: The Insider Threat

How Does an Insider Threat Occur?

Violence – This action includes the threat of violence, as well as other threatening behaviors that create an intimidating, hostile, or abusive environment.

Espionage – Espionage is the covert or illicit practice of spying on a foreign government, organization, entity, or person to obtain confidential information for military, political, strategic, or financial advantage.

Sabotage – Sabotage describes deliberate actions to harm an organization’s physical or virtual infrastructure, including noncompliance with maintenance or IT procedures, contamination of clean spaces, physically damaging facilities, or deleting code to prevent regular operations.

Learn more here about insider threats here


The Path to CISO Success
Why CISO roles require business and technology savvy

Listening and communicating to both the technical and business sides is critical to successfully leading IT teams and business leaders to the same end-goal.

When it comes to achieving the true, executive role and reporting to the CEO and board, business skills rule. That doesn’t mean, however, that most CISOs know nothing about technology, because most still start out with technology backgrounds.

AdvertisementYet only a small core of CISOs (working primarily for the Fortune 500) rise to the executive level with the combination of business and technical responsibilities that come with the role. So, instead of bashing a CISO’s lack of IT skills, the real need lies in developing business skills for the technologists coming up the ranks.

Expected CISO people, process, technology skill mix can vary

“There is no one correct answer about how technical a CISO needs to be. My advice is that CISO’s must remain current on emerging technology, vendor strategies, and be able to ensure that technical projects and their implementation don’t generate more risk for the organization,” advises Renee Guttmann, a virtual CISO advisor and former CISO of several Fortune 50 companies.

Since the vast majority of CISOs start from a technical background, the onus is on them to learn the proper business leadership and high-level communication skills required to interface with stakeholders and CEOs, VC firms, outside investors, regulators.

Would-be CISOs: Find a champion, be a champion

West recommends seeking out peers and leaders who can communicate to the business side as well to their IT teams. As an example, he points to a boss whom he considered a mentor, who was a proven technology leader but not a security pro. Yet he was able to fix a broken security program that nobody else could. West attributes his mentor’s success at the time to telling good stories to leadership and board of directors.

Multiple paths to CISO success: csoonline.com

Email Defenses Under Siege
Phishing Attacks Dramatically Improve

About 1 in 5 phishing email messages reach workers' inboxes, as attackers get better at dodging Microsoft's platform defenses and defenders run into processing limitations.

This week's report that cyberattackers are laser-focused on crafting attacks specialized to bypass Microsoft's default security showcases an alarming evolution in phishing tactics, security experts said this week.

Threat actors are getting better at slipping phishing attacks through the weak spots in platform email defenses, using a variety of techniques, such as zero-point font obfuscation, hiding behind cloud-messaging services, and delaying payload activation, for instance. They're also doing more targeting and research on victims.

As a result, nearly 1 in 5 phishing emails (18.8%) bypassed Microsoft's platform defenses and landed in workers' inboxes in 2022, a rate that increased 74% compared to 2020, according to research published on Oct. 6 by cybersecurity firm Check Point Software. Attackers increasingly used techniques to pass security checks, such as Sender Policy Framework (SPF), and obfuscate functional components of an e-mail, such as using zero-size fonts or hiding malicious URLs from analysis.

Microsoft declined to comment on the research. However, the company has warned of advanced techniques, such as adversary-in-the-middle phishing (AiTM), which uses a custom URL to place a proxy server between a victim and their desired site, allowing the attacker to capture sensitive data, such as usernames and passwords. In July, the company warned that more than 10,000 organizations had been targeted during one AiTM campaign. darkreading.com

Microsoft Warns of New Zero-Day; No Fix Yet For Exploited Exchange Server Flaws

Microsoft on Tuesday released software fixes to address more than 90 security defects affecting products in the Windows ecosystem and warned that one of the vulnerabilities was already being exploited as zero-day in the wild.

The exploited vulnerability – documented as CVE-2022-41033 – affects the Windows COM+ event system service and has been exploited in elevation of privilege attacks, suggesting it was used as part of an exploit chain detected in the wild. The latest zero-day was reported anonymously to Microsoft.

The new warning comes less than a month after Microsoft’s security response team scrambled to issue mitigations for a pair of Exchange Server flaws targeted by a nation state-level threat actor. securityweek.com

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Protecting Cannabis Products in the Age of Legalization
Vermont cannabis farmers follow strict measures to secure crop
Vermont’s retail cannabis marketplace opened this month and many farmers are now in the thick of harvesting and processing their first crop for store shelves. For many, the issue of protecting the lucrative crop has become a top priority.

The company is a tier four outdoor grower located in the Champlain Islands -- Bellevance requested that we not give their specific location. He also doesn’t want to talk about the value of the 1,248 cannabis plants he’s harvesting. “A lot of it is just really common sense,” he said.

Part of securing the crop, Bellavance says, is being discreet, as well as the company’s relationship with employees and other vendors they work with. He says the precautions are among guidelines created by The Vermont Cannabis Control Board. “There actually are really strict rules on security and that is a big part of what the CCB wanted this year,” Bellavance said.

For Sunset Lake, that includes security cameras -- both visible and hidden, motion sensor lights, locks on greenhouses, and an electric fence protecting the crop. During peak harvest, Bellavance will even overnight on the farm for added security. The total security costs -- not including time -- come to nearly $4,000.

“A lot of it is required and I think a lot of it is a good investment,” Bellavance said.

It’s an attractive crop to steal,” said Cary Giguere, the Cannabis Control Board’s director of compliance. And Potential pot poachers be warned -- Giguere says cultivators have a menu of security protocols based on size. Indoor operations must have 24-hour surveillance in an alarmed facility. Outdoor growers have tiered security recommendations they pick from, including fencing, security cameras, and guards.

Giguere says the rules provide flexibility for farmers to pick what’s best for them. Insurance companies also have security requirements that can be even tighter. “This is a personal investment for a lot of our growers and to steal their crop really impacts their ability to operate,” he said. wcax.com

Debating the 'SAFE Banking Act'
It’s Time to Stop Forcing the Cannabis Industry to Launder its Money

Why the SAFE Banking Act is the Wrong Solution to the Right Problem.

Since 2019, Congress has tried multiple times to pass what is known as the Secure and Fair Enforcement Banking Act (SAFE Banking Act) to solve the cannabis banking problem. This legislation would exempt bankers from prosecution for money laundering state-licensed cannabis proceeds, persuading banks and credit unions to come rushing in to serve this underserved market.

While the SAFE Banking Act would be a step in the right direction, the argument that it would resolve the banking challenges of the cannabis industry is complete bull.

If the SAFE Banking Act enacts into law, there would be little to no change in the availability of banking and financial services for the cannabis industry. Here are the top three (3) reasons why the SAFE Banking Act is unnecessary:

1. Current federal guidance is crystal clear; financial institutions can already bank cannabis “consistent with their [regulatory] obligations.” (FIN-2014-G001)

2. The Federal Reserve Bank accepts cannabis proceeds based on this guidance.

3. There are over 200 financial institutions already banking cannabis, and none have been fined or shut down solely for banking state-licensed cannabis businesses.

Our elected officials and business leaders are attempting to solve the right problem in the wrong way. There is a lack of access to banking, but it’s not because bankers are afraid to bank cannabis; it’s because of the burdens that come with it. cannabisbusinessexecutive.com

Waging War on the Black Market
California expands largest US illegal pot eradication effort
With California’s four-year-old legal marijuana market in disarray, the state’s top prosecutor said Tuesday that he will try a new broader approach to disrupting illegal pot farms that undercut the legal economy and sow widespread environmental damage.

The state will expand its nearly four-decade multi-agency seasonal eradication program — the largest in the U.S. that this year scooped up nearly a million marijuana plants — into a year-round effort aimed at investigating who is behind the illegal grows. The new program will attempt to prosecute underlying labor crimes, environmental crimes and the underground economy centered around the illicit cultivations, said Attorney General Rob Bonta.

He called it “an important shift in mindset and in mission” aimed at also aiding California’s faltering legal market by removing dangerous competition. “The illicit marketplace outweighs the legal marketplace” Bonta said. “It’s upside down and our goal is complete eradication of the illegal market.”

In keeping with the new approach, the annual Campaign Against Marijuana Planting (CAMP) program started under Republican Gov. George Deukmejian in 1983 will become a permanent Eradication and Prevention of Illicit Cannabis (EPIC) task force, Bonta said. cannabisbusinessexecutive.com

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NYC is Buried in Amazon Packages - Literally
Manhattan BP calls for delivery reforms as NYC residents, businesses receive more than 2.4 million packages per day

The rapid growth of deliveries by e-commerce websites like Amazon have over the last decade sparked a rise in trucks and vans clogging city streets

“E-commerce isn’t going away,” Manhattan borough president Mark Levine said Tuesday. “We’ve got to find ways to manage what is increasingly burdening our neighborhoods and presenting environmental and safety challenges.

More than 2.4 million packages are delivered across the five boroughs each weekday, said a 2021 analysis from transportation consultant Charles Komanoff. That’s up from 1.5 million daily packages the city Department of Transportation reported in 2018.

Levine’s office this week recommended converting portions of private parking garages into areas for delivery companies to sort their packages — a maneuver that often takes place on busy streets and sidewalks.

A package of recommendations from Levine’s office also called for more loading zones designated for electric delivery vehicles as a way to encourage shippers like Amazon to move away from diesel trucks and gas-powered vans.

Additionally, Levine believes the city should establish neighborhood lockers where deliveries can be picked up, not unlike those installed by Amazon at some grocery stores. And he wants lawmakers in Albany to pass legislation to permit the use of cargo bikes as wide as 48 inches, up from the current limit of 36 inches.

Congestion caused by delivery vehicles costs New Yorkers $400 million a year in lost time, Komanoff said last year in a report commissioned by the City Council. Komanoff said Levine’s proposals were a good way to address the issue, but said they aren’t enough without an additional tax on the traffic-clogging delivery companies. nydailynews.com

Momentum or Dysfunction in the Amazon Labor Movement?
Amazon Labor Union, With Renewed Momentum, Faces Next Test

The Amazon Labor Union has built momentum leading up to an election this week at an 800-person warehouse near Albany, N.Y.

A federal labor official recently endorsed the union’s election victory at a Staten Island warehouse in April, which Amazon has challenged, while workers’ frustrations over pay and safety have created an opportunity to add supporters and pressure the company to bargain.

But the union faces questions about whether it can translate such opportunities into lasting gains. For months after its victory at the 8,000-person warehouse on Staten Island, the union appeared to be out of its depths. It nearly buckled under a crush of international media attention and lost a vote at a second Staten Island warehouse in May.

At times, it has neglected organizing inside the original warehouse, known as JFK8, where high turnover means the union must do constant outreach just to maintain support — to say nothing of expanding. Christian Smalls, the union’s president and a former JFK8 employee, seemed distracted as he traveled widely. There was burnout and infighting in the group, and several core members left or were pushed out.

“It wasn’t clear what goal we should be working towards,” said Cassio Mendoza, a JFK8 worker and the union’s communications director, alluding to the sometimes competing priorities of pushing for a contract and organizing more warehouses.

The election near Albany, to be spread out over four days between Wednesday and Monday in Castleton-on-Hudson, could help determine whether the earlier problems were natural growing pains or a sign of deeper dysfunction. nytimes.com

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Nationwide Credit Card Fraud Crew of 7 Hitting Sam's Club's & Other Retailers for $3M Sentenced
DOJ: Members of Multi-State Credit Card Fraud Ring Sentenced for Conspiracy, Credit Card Fraud, and Aggravated Identity Theft
INDIANAPOLIS – Seven individuals have been sentenced for conspiracy to commit access device fraud, with some also being sentenced for access device fraud and aggravated identity theft. The defendants had previously been indicated on their charges beginning in 2018.

The defendants were part of a conspiracy with at least two goals: to traffic in and use counterfeit identification documents, including driver’s licenses and tobacco licenses, as well to traffic in and use stolen credit cards and large amounts of cash – all to purchase cigarettes in bulk, electronics, and other items from Sam’s Club stores and other retail stores around the country. The conspiracy began at least as early as January 2017 and continued through September 2018, with defendants Nfa Doumbouya, Ibrahima Diallo, Souleymane Camara, Betsy DeGracia, and Anderson Tejada Rossis traveling to different locations within the United States to use stolen credit cards to buy these items. The losses caused by the conspiracy totaled over $3 million.

Nfa Saidou Doumbouya, 37, Atlanta, GA got 5 years and 2 supervised release.
Ibrahima Diallo, 36, Atlanta, GA got 5 years and 2 supervised release
Souleymane Camara, 35, Indianapolis, IN got 7 years and 2 supervised release
Mamadou Magane, 32, Atlanta, GA time served and 3 years supervised release
Betsy Marie DeGracia, got 2 years and 3 years supervised release
Anderson Tejada Rossis got 3 years probation
Michel Lamah, 31, Indianapolis, IN got 3 years and 3 years supervised release justice.gov

Smash-and-Grab Crew Gets Prison for Terrorizing Employees & Customers in 52 Robberies in Southern Calif.
DOJ: Inland Empire Man Gets 5 Years in Federal Prison for Two-Month 52 ‘Smash-and-Grab’ Robbery Spree Targeting Cellphone Stores
LOS ANGELES – A San Bernardino County man was sentenced today to 60 months in federal prison for committing 52 smash-and-grab robberies of T-Mobile and AT&T cellphone stores throughout Southern California during a two-month crime spree, using hammers to smash display cases to steal iPhones and other merchandise.

Tony Tyron Lee Stewart, 22, of Highland, was sentenced to 60 months, and also ordered to pay $333,122 in restitution.

On January 15, 2022, Stewart and two co-conspirators – Rayford Newsome, 21, of Compton; and Jerome Gregory Belser, 21, of San Bernardino – robbed T-Mobile stores in Long Beach, Carson, Inglewood, Encino, and Camarillo.

In addition to these robberies, from November 11, 2021 to January 13, 2022, Stewart and other members of the conspiracy committed smash-and-grab robberies at cellphone stores in Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, San Bernardino, and Kern counties.

The robberies – several of which occurred on the same date – resulted in a loss of approximately $293,444. In addition, the robberies caused approximately $46,376 in damage to the stores.

On September 9, Judge Kronstadt sentenced Belser to 70 months in federal prison. Newsome’s sentencing hearing is scheduled for January 5, 2023, at which time he will face a statutory maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison. justice.gov

AT&T Store Employee & Co-Conspirator SIM Swapping Accounts
DOJ: San Antonio Pair Plead Guilty to SIM Swap Scheme
Andrew Percy Trujillo, 22, along with his co-defendant Zena Elisa Dounson, 34, of San Antonio, devised a scheme to SIM swap mobile customers’ phones at a local AT&T store. Dounson was employed at the store and allowed Trujillo to add himself as an authorized user to multiple victims’ AT&T accounts where Trujillo then ported a victim’s SIM card credentials to his own devices’ SIM cards. This caused calls and texts to the victims’ phone numbers to be sent to devices controlled by Trujillo rather than the rightful owners. Co-conspirators were able to access the victims’ various cryptocurrency accounts and transfer out at least $250,000 worth of cryptocurrency.

Trujillo pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit computer fraud and abuse as well as wire fraud. Dounson previously pleaded guilty to the same offense on September 27, 2022. The co-defendants are currently set for sentencing on January 5, 2023. Both defendants face up to five years in prison. justice.gov

DOJ: San Diego, CA: Owner of Telecommunications Store Convicted for his Role in a Robbery Spree Targeting Other Telecommunication Stores
Adde Munin Adde, the owner of a telecommunications store in San Diego County, pleaded guilty today in federal court, admitting that he received stolen electronic devices such as cell phones and tablets that were unlawfully obtained through robbery. The robbers targeted telecommunication stores such as Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile, and used what appeared to be firearms to violently demand cell phones, tablets, and electronic devices. The firearms were later determined to be BB guns. Altogether, six defendants have been convicted for the robberies: Jose Carlos Gutierrez-Zielinski, Marqwell Green, Jose Manuel Garcia, Lavonte Green, Keon Glover, and Kameron Moore. Five of the defendants have been sentenced to multi-year terms.
“Owners of pawn shops and those who sell cell phones, jewelry, and other commonly-stolen items should take notice of this conviction,” said U.S. Attorney Randy Grossman. “When you buy stolen merchandise, you create a market for those who obtain the merchandise through violent means. As part of our fight against violent crime, we will prosecute you, along with those who commit the violent crimes, to the fullest extent permitted by law,” Grossman thanked the prosecution team and the investigating agencies for their excellent work on this case. justice.gov

Arden, SC: Thefts led authorities to more than $120,000 in stolen goods at Arden pawn shop
A series of thefts led Buncombe County Sheriff’s detectives to an area pawn shop where, on Wednesday, they confiscated a cache of stolen items. The thefts, which started in mid-July and continued through last week, happened at area Target, Lowe’s and Walmart stores. Detectives from both the sheriff's office and Asheville Police Department have connected the dots to the series of thefts, which led them to Denny’s Jewelry and Pawn in Arden on Tuesday, Oct. 11. "It's easy cash; you steal it from one place, sell it at a discount," said BCSO Capt. Angie Tullis. On Wednesday, Oct. 12, sheriff’s detectives confiscated items ranging from household goods to lawn equipment and power tools. The sheriff’s office has also estimated the value of the stolen goods to be somewhere in the range of $120,000 to $150,000. To date, there have not been any arrests, though detectives expect to wrap up their investigation in the next week, after which more details will be available. wlos.com

Appling, GA: Amazon employees arrested for stealing over $20 thousand in electronics
Two Appling Amazon warehouse employees are behind bars for theft. A loss prevention employee contacted the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office after observing the employees stealing merchandise from Amazon. Police say they reviewed surveillance video of 21-year-old Malik Stone and 33-year-old Nathaniel Jones taking items and smuggling them out of the business. The first incident occurred on September 22nd and continued until October 10th. Over the course of three weeks, Jones and Stone had stolen about $22,013 worth of merchandise combined. wjbf.com

Matthews, NC: Duo steals $25K+ worth of jewelry from North Carolina store
Two suspects who stole over $25,000 worth of jewelry in a smash-and-grab job in Matthews are wanted, Matthews Police said Tuesday. Officers released surveillance video of the two suspects entering the unnamed store and said that while the woman browsed the store, the man pried open the jewelry counter and stole over $25,000 worth of items. The date on the surveillance video is from July 30 at about 9 p.m. Both suspects appear to enter the store with a baby stroller but exit without it. wbtw.com

Many, LA: Many Louisiana Police recover $6500 of merchandise stolen in Texas
Chief Cheryl Wooley announced the recovery of approximately $5000 with of stolen property. On October 6, 2022, Officers made a traffic stop which led to the recovery of items stolen locally and around the state from such businesses as Academy Sports,Walmart, Lowes, Home Depot and other businesses and businesses in Marshall and Longview Texas. One person was arrested, from Tallulaha, Louisiana . The person arrested also had warrants for theft of approximately $11,000 worth of stolen merchandise.  dailynewsandmore.com

Houston, TX: Caught on camera: Suspects rush into cellphone store, stealing cash, phones and employee’s purse

Daviess County, KY: DCSO seeking to identify 3 theft suspects; $1500 of merchandise stolen from Rural King

Greece, NY: Greece Police using Social Media tips to locate, arrest Larceny suspects

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Shootings & Deaths

Erie County, PA: Sam's Club Employee Dies Following Workplace Incident
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) Erie office is now investigating the death of a worker at the local Sam's Club store. It happened back on September 30th at that store in Summit Township. A 20-year old worker, Benjamin Knight Jr. was hit by an overhead loading dock door, when a spring broke. It hit him in the head, Knight died a week later at UPMC Hamot. The coroner lists blunt force trauma as the cause of death. Erie News Now confirmed that OSHA is doing an inspection at the store as they investigate the workplace fatality. Sam's Club's parent company Walmart put out a statement, saying they are mourning his loss. erienewsnow.com

Houston, TX: Man killed in shooting outside convenience store
Houston police say an exchange of gunfire outside of a convenience store ended with one man dead. The shooting was reported around 9 p.m. Tuesday near Fuqua and Sabo. According to police, witnesses reported that a vehicle drove by on Sabo Road, slowed down, and a passenger started shooting at a group of men standing outside the convenience store. Police say the passenger continued to shoot as the vehicle came to a full stop, and two men in the other group returned fire. fox26houston.com

Wayneboro, GA: ‘He wanted money. I wanted my life’: Clerk shares nightmare encounter with murder suspect
Even with a mass murder suspect behind bars, a store clerk in Burke County is haunted by how close she came to dying during an encounter with him this week. James Drayton – accused of killing five people Sunday in South Carolina – was captured early Monday after robbing a convenience store in Burke County, authorities say. He’s been denied bond in Georgia and faces a return to Spartanburg County, S.C., to face murder charges there. A clerk at Taylor Bros. X-press outside Waynesboro he says her life flashed before her eyes when a gun was pointed at her during the robbery – something that happened just days after her stepson was shot dead at another convenience store. wrdw.com


Robberies, Incidents & Thefts

Charlotte, NC: 'I was just in shock': 15-year-old describes armed robbery at Charlotte Burger King
“No parent wants to be in that situation of being close to burying a child and that night I came close to burying my child,” the teen's father said. A teenage girl is shaken up after she was face-to-face with a gunman during a robbery at a west Charlotte Burger King over the weekend. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police are still searching for the man involved in the robbery. Investigators said it's not the first time this particular Burger King, on Wilkinson Boulevard off Old Steele Creek Road, has been held up this year. Jadyn Carter, 15, said she was very excited to have her first job at Burger King. That changed when a masked man allegedly came into the store Friday night waving a gun and demanding money. “I told him the inside [dining room] was closed and he mumbled something, but I didn’t hear him,” Carter explained. “So, I said it again and then he just pulled up his shirt and started holding the gun at me." wcnc.com

Chino Hills, CA: Store employee pins down and holds suspected armed robber for Chino Hills Police
Police in Chino Hills arrested a 21-year-old Chino man Tuesday afternoon on suspicion of armed robbery and assaulting an employee of a computer and technology store in Chino Hills. Khaya J. Maphenduka was booked on $125,000 bail at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. Deputies were called at 12:09 p.m. to ASN Depot on a report of a person trying to steal merchandise from the store, Detective Andrew McCoy said. “An employee from the business confronted the suspect and took the merchandise back,” the detective said. “The suspect tried to reenter the store and a physical altercation ensued.” The employee pinned the suspect to the ground and held him until deputies arrived, Detective McCoy said.  championnewspapers.com

Turlock, CA: Man pours lighter fluid on himself to avoid getting caught stealing items at Turlock Home Depot
A man avoided loss prevention workers at a Home Depot in Turlock Wednesday by pouring lighter fluid on himself while walking out of the store, police said. Police are asking for help to find the person who is believed to have stolen multiple items from the store around 3 p.m. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-602-7463. kcra.com

Omaha, NE: 3 of 59 guns recovered from Omaha gun store burglary
Authorities said more guns taken during a smash-and-grab burglary of an Omaha gun store have been recovered. Federal officials said three of the 59 guns stolen from Frontier Justice this summer were retrieved in three separate incidents in just the last few days. This as 18-year-old Ace Moore made a court appearance Tuesday. Police said he was found with one of the stolen guns in his vehicle. Eighteen-year-old Cesar Castillo-Cayetano was also in court after authorities said they found two of the stolen guns in his residence during a raid over the weekend.  rivercountry.newschannelnebraska.com

Murfreesboro, TN: Chaos erupts at Walmart as customers toss cookies and break wine bottles
Two Walmart customers ended up arrested after they resorted to tossing wine bottles and throwing Halloween cookies at store staff and police, according to Tennessee police. Investigators said the chaos erupted when Walmart employees tried questioning the women about shoplifting nearly $700 in merchandise on Monday, Oct. 10, the Murfreesboro Police Department police said in a news release. Murfreesboro is about 35 miles southeast of Nashville. The suspects, who are ages 17 and 18, responded to the shoplifting accusation by “breaking bottles of wine and throwing packages of Halloween cookies (at) loss prevention workers,” police said. “The shoplifters also approached Murfreesboro Police Department officers yelling, screaming, and resisting arrest,” police said. newsobserver.com

Gwinnett County, GA: Vape, smoke shops in Gwinnett County see increase in break-ins, stores increasing security measures

Montgomery County, MD: $10K Reward Offered For Information On Montgomery 7-Eleven Armed Robbery

Beaverton, OR: $10K reward offered after 20 guns stolen from Beaverton pawn shop

Schuylkill County, PA: Ex-employee accused of stealing $5K from Pottsville c-store

Boca Raton, FL: Woman, 78, Claims Marijuana Made Her Steal $1000 of clothing From Saks



Auto – Spokane County, WA – Burglary
Barber – San Jose, CA – Burglary / 2nd time in 4 days
C-Store – Bethesda, MD – Armed Robbery
C-Store – Baton Rouge, LA – Robbery
C-Store – Lynchburg, VA – Armed Robbery
Cellphones – Houston, TX – Robbery
Dollar – Shreveport, LA – Armed Robbery
Electronics – Chino Hills, CA – Armed Robbery
Gaming – Napoleonville, LA – Armed Robbery
Guns - Beaverton, OR – Burglary
Hardware – Edmond, OK - Armed Robbery
Hardware – Daviess County, KY – Robbery
Hardware – Cleveland, OH – Robbery
Jewelry – Lauderhill, FL – Robbery
Jewelry - Waterbury, CT - Robbery
Jewelry - Tacoma, WA - Robbery
Jewelry - Eagan, MN – Robbery
Jewelry – Katy, TX – Robbery
Pawn – Fayetteville, NC – Armed Robbery
Restaurant – Falmouth, MA – Burglary
Restaurant – Phoenix, AZ – Robbery
Restaurant – Charlotte, NC – Armed Robbery / Burger King
Restaurant – Roanoke Rapids, NC – Armed Robbery / Zaxby’s
Vape – Westchester, NY – Robbery
Vape - Gwinnett County, GA – Burglary
Walgreens – Edmond, OK - Armed Robbery
Walgreens – Lagrange, NY – Burglary
Walmart – Edmond, OK - Armed Robbery


Daily Totals:
• 22 robberies
• 6 burglaries
• 0 shootings
• 0 killed

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