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Steve Carrillo promoted to Director of Supply Chain Asset Protection-West Region for Macy's
Steve has been with Macy's for more than nine years, starting with the company in 2011 as Manager, Supply Chain Asset Protection. Before his promotion to Director of Supply Chain Asset Protection, he spent over two years as Multi DC Manager, Supply Chain Asset Protection. Prior to joining Macy's, he spent more than three years with 99 Cents Only Stores as DC Loss Prevention Manager. Earlier in his career, he held LP roles with Sears and Robinsons-May. Congratulations, Steve!

Joel Hangen, CFI promoted to Senior Investigator, Brand Protection for Abercrombie & Fitch
Joel has been with Abercrombie & Fitch for nearly six years, starting with the company in 2015 as Associate Investigator, Brand Protection. Before his promotion to Senior Investigator, Brand Protection, he spent two years as Investigator, Brand Protection. Before joining Abercrombie, he spent over three years with Sears as Senior Investigator, Asset Protection. Earlier in his career, he held LP/AP roles with Walmart, Target and Best Buy. Congratulations, Joel!

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Protests & Violence

'Million MAGA March' in DC this Weekend
Far-right protesters, counterdemonstrators plan to gather Saturday in D.C.

Demonstrations in support of President Trump will descend on downtown Washington this weekend. The demonstration is expected to draw various conservative and far right groups, as well as nearby counter-protests organized by anti-fascist and anti-racism groups.

The rallies, which include a Women for Trump event, a “Million MAGA March” and a “Stop the Steal” demonstration will begin Saturday morning in and around Freedom Plaza.

D.C. police were put on high alert last week with fears of unrest and violent protests that many cities expected could follow Election Day. Although those fears didn’t materialize, many downtown D.C. businesses remained boarded up through the weekend — and the raucous celebrations that followed Biden’s victory.

The mayor said she is still urging businesses to remove the boards, even with the Saturday rallies in mind.

Ohio bill would create new criminal charges to 'combat rioting, looting'
Two Ohio republican lawmakers introduced a bill this week that would create new criminal offenses "in an effort to combat rioting, looting and violence" in the state. State Reps. Cindy Abrams (R-Harrison) and Sara Carruthers (R-Hamilton) introduced House Bill 784 Tuesday. The bill would create a new riot assault charge if any person "engaged in an aggravated riot recklessly causes physical harm that is punishable by a fifth-degree felony. The charge would be a fourth-degree felony if the assault is against a peace officer and a third-degree felony if the peace officer sustains serious physical harm. Penalties would also be increased for "vandalizing public and private property and obstructing roadways during a disorderly assembly."

An Unlikely Bond:
Miami cop becomes mentor to teen who attacked him during BLM protest

The moment seemed to capture the super-heated emotions of a summer of national protest: A young Black teenager whacked a Miami police officer over the head with a skateboard during a chaotic demonstration. But five months later, maybe a lesson — and a little hope — has emerged from the violent clash between 17-year-old Michael Marshall and Miami Police Office Raymon Washington. A few weeks ago, Washington agreed to meet Marshall in a conference room at the Miami-Dade Children’s Courthouse.

Marshall, a standout Northwestern High football player who had never before been in trouble, wept as he read a letter of apology, then peppered the officer with questions about police work. Washington, at 27 just a decade older, shared that he had suffered a major concussion in the attack, only the latest in over a dozen dating back to his own days of playing football.

They talked. They listened. They found some common ground. And against the odds, Washington and Marshall have since formed a friendship and bond, the officer now a mentor to the kid that struck him.

Chicago police the target of 520 complaints since May protests; 8 officers stripped of powers
The Chicago Police Department has received hundreds of complaints against its officers since late May, when demonstrations broke out in the wake of the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, according to police officials. Eight officers have been stripped of their police powers since that time due to the complaints. Details of the conduct that led to the actions against the officers were not immediately available. However, officials say some officers working the demonstrations were accused of verbally abusing protesters, denying them access to attorneys, and carrying out improper searches among other allegations.

Seattle releases police body camera footage of clash with protesters
Seattle released several lengthy police body camera videos this week revealing the police response to recent demonstrations that saw law enforcement officers repeatedly clash with protesters. The footage -- which runs nearly four hours -- is part of a federal lawsuit against the city by Black Lives Matter activists and the American Civil Liberties Union that alleges the Seattle Police Department violated a judge's order regarding the use of crowd control-tactics, a police spokesman told Fox News.

Lawyers Expect 'Tsunami of Injury Cases' After Black Lives Matter Protests
Litigation by four Austin residents who alleged the police used excessive force during racial justice protests in May has joined ongoing cases in Dallas, New York, Oregon, Minnesota and Washington, D.C.

Minneapolis City Council narrowly approves plan to bring in outside police officers to help

Denver Man Faces Federal Charges For Pointing Laser At Police Chopper During Protest

'StopTheTires2020': Supply chain reports no disruption after trucker protest

In Case You Missed It This Week:

Florida’s governor drafts laws that would allow people to shoot looters

Some NYC stores dismantling safety boards, while others take wait-and-see approach

Target is Reopening its Looted Minneapolis Store With Black Shoppers in Mind


COVID Update

US: Over 10.8M Cases - 248K Dead - 6.7M Recovered
Worldwide: Over 53.3M Cases - 1.3M Dead - 37.3M Recovered

Private Industry Security Guard Deaths: 219  
Law Enforcement Officer Deaths: 143

*Red indicates change in total deaths

Comments Requested
Flash Report: Here Are the Emergency COVID Regs

The Cal/OSHA Standards Board has published an extensive, 21-page emergency regulation regarding the spread of COVID-19 in workplaces. But the proposal, which the board will vote on November 19th, goes beyond workplaces to include employer-provided housing and transportation. It has new ominous reporting requirements.

The proposal comes in response to a request by Worksafe and the plaintiff’s lawyers. There are sure to be plenty of stakeholder comments at next week’s meeting. With the advent and expected delivery of a vaccine by the Trump administration, there are many questions about the need for this regulation.

If, as expected, it is approved by the board, it will go to the Office of Administrative Law and is projected to become effective by the end of November.

According to sources, changes are unlikely to be made no matter what the comments are from the business community.

Note: The Board has provided only a couple of days for comments. Cal-OSHA Reporter is making the full proposed reg available for download.

Click here to see the entire proposal. You can comment to the board at

HHS enlists food and drug chains to boost COVID-19 vaccine access

About 60% of U.S. pharmacies could administer free coronavirus immunizations under partnership program

With several COVID-19 vaccines on the way, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is partnering with large chain pharmacies across the food, drug and mass retail channel and independent pharmacy networks to ensure wide consumer access to the eagerly awaited immunizations.

HHS said yesterday the Federal Pharmacy Partnership Strategy for COVID-19 Vaccination program will provide coronavirus vaccine coverage across about 60% of pharmacies in 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Via partnerships with network administrators, independent pharmacies and regional chains will also be part of the federal pharmacy program, which HHS noted will help provide COVID-19 vaccination access in traditionally underserved areas.

Coronavirus Retail Restrictions by State- Updated by NRF Daily @ 6pm ET

This state-by-state map outlines coronavirus-related laws, executive orders, regulations and guidance governing store operations for retailers.

This resource is a part of Operation Open Doors, which provides guidance and tools that NRF members can use as they navigate operating stores across the country during this international health crisis.

These updates are provided in partnership with PwC Advisory Services and Salesforce. NRF Resource

U.S. Cases Top 150,000 for First Time & Hospitalizations Hit All-Time High

Driven by record infection counts in more than a dozen states

Across the country, daily caseloads surged. Illinois reported a record number of infections for the second day in a row. Ohio and Minnesota each topped 7,000 daily cases for the first time since the pandemic began, while Pennsylvania and Indiana reported more than 6,000 cases in a day, according to Johns Hopkins. Other states recording all-time highs included Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, South Dakota, North Dakota, Oregon, New Hampshire and Vermont.

Covid-19 Vaccine Makers Face Russian, North Korean Cyberattacks, Microsoft Says

Hacking efforts appear to have compromised online accounts
of some of the targeted drug researchers

Cyberattacks originating in Russia and North Korea in recent months have targeted online accounts at seven companies researching Covid-19 drugs and vaccines, according to Microsoft and in some cases successfully.

Microsoft declined to name the targets or say what information may have been gleaned, but said the seven are leading pharmaceutical companies and vaccine researchers operating in the U.S., Canada, France, India and South Korea.

The pandemic has exposed computer security as a serious and potentially life-threatening problem. Last month, hospitals across the U.S. were knocked offline by a ransomware attack that forced doctors and nurses to use pen and paper instead of computerized systems and delayed procedures.

As Covid-19 Surges to New Levels Across U.S., States Impose Flurry of Measures
Governors in New York, Maryland, Minnesota, Iowa, Utah and other states have imposed measures as the U.S.’s new daily case count exceeded 144,000 on Wednesday, the ninth day in a row it topped 100,000, while hospitalizations rose to a record 65,386, according to the Covid Tracking Project. The U.S. death toll surpassed 242,000; the total number of U.S. cases exceeds 10 million.

“It’s on fire. We’ve got to slow it down,” Republican Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said in an interview Wednesday. “We’ve never seen anything like this. Our spring surge and summer surge were nowhere like this.”

People waiting to enter a drive-through Covid-19
testing site in Milwaukee this week.


National Safety Council (NSC) Publishes Benchmarking Report on COVID-19 Safety Practices Implemented in Business and Industry

A new report from the National Safety Council (NSC), State of the Response: Employer Actions to Address the Pandemic, provides an overview of how employers have been responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The NSC survey sought to understand which COVID-19-related safety practices were being implemented in different organizations across different industries and operations types. The NSC created a list of 23 pandemic-related safety precautions that were recommended through its SAFER effort and included many best practices recommended by the CDC and other public health organizations.

The NSC also provided an infographic for a summary of its findings.

Overall, the most commonly implemented safety practices were “making hand sanitizers available throughout facilities; requiring mandatory face masks, shields, and/or other PPE; and requiring workers to clean and sanitize workstations before and after use (see Report Figure 7 (shown here below) for list of top 10 implemented practices).”

The least implemented COVID-19-related safety practices included increasing pay for frontline workers and instilling coronavirus testing either at home or at the worksite.

For more information on this or any related topic, please contact the authors, your Seyfarth attorney, or any member of the Workplace Safety and Health (OSHA/MSHA) Team.

McKinsey and Company:
A Bad Week. U.S. Hospitalizations Reach All-Time High - 60,000+
It’s different this time. In the spring and summer, hospitalizations were concentrated in a few northeastern cities and some areas of the South. Now rates are up across the country. And in 18 states, mostly in the Midwest, more than 10% of hospital beds are filled by COVID-19 patients. That’s the threshold that signals the healthcare system may soon be overwhelmed - with respect to space, staff capacity, and availability of equipment such as ventilators.

In the US, hospitals have reported a fivefold increase in demand for isolation gowns, a sixfold increase for nasal swabs, and a 17-fold increase for N95 respirators.

Robust OSHA Enforcement Coming in 2021
OSHA Fines for COVID-19 Safety Violations Reach Nearly $2.5 Million

OSHA announced on Nov. 6 that the agency has cited 179 worksites for coronavirus-related violations and proposed a total of $2,496,768 in penalties since the pandemic began, through Oct. 29.

Although the agency hasn't implemented any coronavirus-specific workplace safety standards, employers still must comply with existing standards that cover pandemic-related safety risks and the agency has released guidelines for limiting workers' exposure to the coronavirus.

OSHA has cited employers for failing to take the following coronavirus-related actions:

● Implement a written respiratory protection program.
● Provide a medical evaluation, respirator fit test, training on the proper use of a respirator and PPE.
Report an injury, illness or fatality.
● Properly record an injury or illness.
● Comply with the general duty clause.

Priorities Expected to Shift Under New Administration
President-elect Joe Biden will appoint a new DOL leadership team, and the department may focus on more-stringent workplace-safety standards for employers. The Biden campaign's goals include a robust plan for OSHA to carryout pandemic-related enforcement.

CA Cases Doubled in Last Month
Thanksgiving - A Painful Choice For Everyone

California & Texas hits 1 million coronavirus cases

“We all need to act now,” she said during a briefing. “The actions we take today, tomorrow and next week have tremendous impact on the health and well-being of many, many people across the county. If, collectively, we fail to stop the acceleration of new cases, we will have no choice but to look at additional actions.”

LA county is recommending that residents don’t travel out of state for the holiday and, if they do, that they quarantine for 14 days upon their return.

California has generally banned large gatherings, and says smaller ones of no more than three households may be held outdoors with limitations, including time limits and requirements that attendees physically distance and wear face coverings.

Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said, L.A. County, like California as a whole, is seeing a renewed spike in coronavirus infections and hospitalizations that currently shows no signs of dissipating.

If You Leave State - 14 Day Self-Quarantine on Return
California issues travel advisory ahead of holidays as COVID-19 surges

With coronavirus infections continuing to surge in California ahead of Thanksgiving, state officials are urging residents not to travel out of state for the holiday and recommending that those who do quarantine when they return.

Gov. Gavin Newsom issued the travel advisory Friday in conjunction with his counterparts in Oregon and Washington.

Grocery stores enforce product purchase limits as COVID-19 cases surge
As COVID-19 cases in the United States spike, supermarkets and other retailers nationwide are taking action to ward off the bare shelves and hoarding of toilet paper and other basic supplies that defined the first several weeks of the coronavirus pandemic. One notable step shoppers will notice as they fill their carts, whether online or in-store: the reintroduction of purchase limits on certain items.

10% of Agency's Core Security Team Sidelined
Over 130 Secret Service agents isolating amid White House COVID-19 outbreak

More than 130 Secret Service agents assigned to protecting the White House or President Trump are isolating after they tested positive for the coronavirus or had contact with an infected colleague, according to a new report. The outbreak has been linked to the slew of rallies that Trump did in the weeks before the Nov. 3 presidential election.

One former senior Secret Service supervisor told The Post: “Being down more than 100 officers is very problematic.” "That does not bode well for White House security,” they said.

CDC Report: Iowa is showing a Very High Influenza infection rate this week
One region, Region 7 (Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska), reported a percentage of outpatient visits for ILI (2.4%) above their region-specific baseline (1.7%).

219 security officers have been lost to coronavirus - 17 new deaths so far in November

NYC Mayor Tells Parents Plan for Monday School Shutdown

All Minnesotans ages 18-35 should get tested for COVID-19, health officials say

United Fresh SVP Receives Food Safety Award
Global public health and safety organization NSF International has honored Dr. Jennifer McEntire, SVP of food safety and technology at the Washington, D.C.-based United Fresh Produce Association, with this year’s Food Safety Leadership Award. McEntire created United Fresh’s Produce Safety Immersion program to assist with the education and careers of emerging food safety professionals.

After identifying gaps in produce handlers’ training, she saw the necessity of changing training protocols to lower the risk of foodborne illness. Rolled out last year with the aid of United Fresh, the year-long program gives 15 participants the opportunity to develop the technical competencies, critical thinking skills and leadership attributes needed to ensure the safety of U.S. produce.

NSF International’s Food Safety Leadership Award recognizes individuals and organizations for real and lasting improvements in food safety. Nominations are evaluated by the Food Safety Summit Educational Advisory Board, a volunteer group of industry leaders spanning manufacturing, foodservice, regulatory, academia, retail and distribution.

ASIS Updates Workplace Violence Prevention & Intervention Standard
ASIS International just released the revised
Workplace Violence and Active Assailant - Prevention, Intervention, and Response Standard. This Standard provides an overview of policies, processes, and protocols that organizations can adopt to help prevent threatening behavior and violence affecting the workplace and better respond to and resolve security incidents.

The Standard describes the implementation of a workplace violence prevention and intervention program, and protocols for effective incident management and resolution; and also includes an annex on active assailants which provides actionable information and guidance relative to prevention, intervention, and response to incidents involving an active assailant/active shooter

Available for purchase in E-Book or Softcover format. Members enjoy free access to an online version of this document. The online version cannot be downloaded, printed, or viewed offline.
ISC West Pushes Back 2021 In-Person Conference to July

ISC West, in collaboration with the Security Industry Association (SIA), has announced that ISC West 2021 will now take place from July 19-21. At Las Vegas' Sands Expo, Las Vegas.
The International Security Conference & Exposition – also known as ISC West – is the largest converged security industry trade show in the U.S. At ISC West, you will have the opportunity to network and connect with thousands of security and public safety professionals that convene at the show each year to experience and explore the newest technologies and solutions from Access Control, Video Surveillance, Emergency Response, Public Safety to IT/IoT Security, Smart Home Solutions, Drones & Robotics and more! The combination of networking opportunities, special events, award ceremonies, plus the leading cutting-edge SIA Education@ISC program, makes ISC West the security industry’s most comprehensive security event in the U.S.
Canada's Largest Grocery Store Chain Sees Same Trends as U.S.
More than 2,400 stores with 190,000 associates

Loblaw Spends $85M on COVID Related Safety Measures

Increasing self-checkout especially in Shoppers Drug Mart

Loblaw’s e-commerce sales were up 175 percent in the quarter. The pandemic has contributed to shoppers buying online more often: 31.3 percent of Canadians have ordered groceries either for home delivery or curbside pickup in the past six months.

Like other grocers, Loblaw has continued to see shoppers visiting stores less often, but buying more during each trip.

Although the fall holidays were muted by restrictions on gathering – and advice against trick-or-treating in some provinces – the retailer did not see a significant difference in sales performance for Thanksgiving (in October) and Halloween.

Coast to Coast - More Than a Thousand Hotel & Retail Borrowers Have Defaulted on $35B in Loans

Hope is Disappearing For Kmart (34) & Sears (52)

Bed Bath & Beyond Completes Sale Of Christmas Tree Shops, Linen Holdings And Distribution Center In Florence, NJ

Job Posting: Territory Asset Protection Director - Burlington Stores - Miami, FL

Quarterly Results

Canada: Loblaw Q3 Retail segment sales up 7.2%, e-commerce sales up 175%, total revenue up 6.9%
  Food retail (Loblaw) comp's up 6.9%
  Drug retail (Shoppers Drug Mart) comp's up 6.1%, pharmacy comp's up 10.3%, front store comp's up 2.4%

Canada: Leon's Furniture Q3 comp's up 4.5%, e-commerce up 235%, sales up 7%

Dillard's Q3 comp's down 24%, sales 25%

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Stressed employees behind 4 in 10 data breaches
A recent Outbound Email Security Report from Egress has revealed that stressed, tired employees are behind four in 10 of the most severe data breach incidents. As stress levels rise, rushed employees are more likely to make simple mistakes such as sending an email to the wrong person, or attaching the wrong file.

With remote workers facing distractions from childcare to delivery drivers ringing the doorbell, and stress levels spiking as we head into new lockdowns around the world, employees are likely to make simple mistakes such as sending an email to the wrong person, possibly exposing sensitive data.

In fact, the research found that 80% of organizations have had sensitive data put at risk because of an employee sending an email to the wrong person.

Remote working  & surging email volumes increasing the risk.

Due to the pandemic, 93% of businesses have reported an increase in outbound emails, with one-in-two IT leaders reporting an increase of over 50%.

With this surge in email activity looking set to continue as new restrictions mean many will be working remotely for longer, the surface area for risk of an outbound email data breach is growing.

US Retail Sites, Like Walmart and Costco, Are More at Risk to Cyber Attacks Than EU Retailers
Outpost24, an innovator in identifying and managing cybersecurity exposure, has announced the results of the ‘2020 Web Application Security for Retail & E-commerce Report’, which analysed the web applications of the top 20 retailers in the US and EU. Research shows exploits targeted at web applications remain one of e-commerce’s most significant threats. Using an average risk exposure score based on Outpost24’s multi-layered attack surface discovery tool, Scout, the findings revealed that web applications used by US retailers were more at risk with an aggregated average risk score of 35 against a maximum score of 42.33, which was higher than their EU counterparts at 31.

On average, the report found US retailers to be running more publicly exposed web applications (3,357) compared to EU retailers, which ran fewer applications (2,799). Yet, despite having a smaller attack surface, EU retailers had a higher percentage of applications using old components that contained vulnerabilities (27%) as opposed to their American rivals (22%).

Nonetheless, all retailers had security risks within their web environments that could expose them and their customer data they hold to potential exploitation and compromise.

The list of retailers were chosen based on Deloitte’s ‘Global Powers of Retailing Report 2019’ and had their public-facing web security environments analysed against the seven most common attack vectors used by hackers during reconnaissance, to ascertain the risk score, including Security Mechanisms, Page Creations Methods, Degree of Distribution, Authentication, Input Vectors, Active Contents and Cookies (score 1-100 each).

BlackBerry discovers new hacker-for-hire mercenary group

CostaRicto is the fifth hacker-for-hire mercenary group discovered this year

BlackBerry's security team has published details today about a new hacker-for-hire mercenary group they discovered earlier this year, and which they tied to attacks to victims all over the world.

The group, which BlackBerry named CostaRicto, is the fifth hacker-for-hire group discovered this year after the likes of:

BellTrox (aka Dark Basin)
DeathStalker (aka Deceptikons)
Unnamed group 

CostaRicto's discovery also comes to retroactively confirm a Google report from May, when the US tech giant highlighted the increasing number of hacker-for-hire mercenary groups, and especially those operating out of India.

7 Cool Cyberattack and Audit Tools to be Highlighted at Black Hat Europe
Platforms, open source tools, and other toolkits for penetration testers and other security practitioners will be showcased at the early December virtual event.

Black Hat Europe is fast approaching, and with it we'll see a number of new and evolving tools that can help penetration testers, red teams, and even blue teams up their game in identifying weaknesses in their people, processes, and technology. The following are seven cyberattack and audit tools to check out at the event (virtually, of course), Dec. 7 to 10.  Take a Look

NIST - Taking Measure - Requesting Comments & Input
Developing an Exposure Notification System to Blunt the Spread of COVID-19 and Future Pandemics










Price Gouging on the Horizon?
It Could Get Bumpy - Amazon Preparing for Panic Buying

Sellers are trying to prepare for any big changes on the horizon. According to Amazon experts, things likely won’t be as extreme as they were last spring. But with the holidays in tow — and
Amazon preparing for increased panic buying — it may get a bit bumpy.

Neither Amazon itself nor its sellers want a repeat of the spring. But while the risks of panic buying on that scale are small, there’s reason to worry about a lower-level surge.

But if panic buying does happen again, Amazon seems more prepared to handle it — and to neutralize a subsequent rush of price gouging. While Amazon experts Modern Retail spoke with are not concerned about unfair prices resurfacing in large numbers, they do worry about Amazon suspending more sellers. The problem for Amazon is twofold: on one hand, Amazon can’t possibly catch all bad actors on its platform. But on the other, its algorithms will continue to accidentally suspend some sellers who had nothing to do with price gouging at all.

Mistake was Small in Scope - But the Scale was Large
Did Your Company Run Any Ads or Post Video's with Job Postings

LinkedIn Discovers Ad Metric Error, Overcharging Over 400k Advertisers
LinkedIn has reported a significant error in its ad reporting, which has caused many LinkedIn advertisers to be
overcharged for their campaigns over the past two years.

The error, reportedly, relates to campaigns that ran on iOS devices, and was triggered when users rotated their phones to watch videos. When this occurred, LinkedIn's system counted these as additional video views, which were then listed within your campaign metrics.

"More than 90% of customers saw an impact of less than US $25, and we are currently working with all customers who were impacted to provide full credit to their accounts."

Moving forward, LinkedIn says that it's working with the Media Rating Council (MRC) to conduct an audit of its metrics, while it's also collaborating with Moat to improve its video measurement systems.

Fired Amazon worker sues over pandemic working conditions
Alleging that Amazon violated federal civil rights law by terminating his employment and by
allegedly putting thousands of other minority Amazon workers at risk during the pandemic.

The suit, filed in US district court in the Eastern District of New York, calls for compensation for Smalls and more protective measures for Amazon workers who continue to handle packages in the company's facilities amid a worsening health crisis.

In October,
Amazon confirmed that nearly 20,000 of its workers had tested positive or been presumed positive for the coronavirus, highlighting the toll that the pandemic has taken on the company's workforce even as Americans have come to depend more heavily on the platform for rapid delivery of everyday necessities.

Smalls was fired by Amazon earlier this year
after organizing a protest outside his workplace, the JFK8 fulfillment center in Staten Island, to highlight what Smalls said were unsafe working conditions at the start of the pandemic.

At the time of his firing and on Thursday, Amazon said it had placed Smalls under coronavirus quarantine and that by showing up to the JFK8 facility for the protest, Smalls had violated the terms of that quarantine.

Walmart - ‘Pop-Up’ eDCs Help Meet the Demand for Holiday eCommerce Orders

Costco online sales up 50% for fiscal 2020

Amazon expands in-garage delivery to 4,000 US cities

Amazon to open two new facilities in Massachusetts by mid-2021







Update: Idaho Falls, ID: Woman placed on probation after $24,000 theft from multiple Cabela’s
A woman who participated in stealing thousands of dollars in goods from Cabela’s stores was sentenced Monday. In 2018, Bonneville County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Janae Maxey, 23, of Georgia and Dennison Stone, 45, of New York. Deputies said they found the pair with over $24,000 in goods stolen from Cabela’s stores in Utah and Idaho. Approximately $7,700 of the merchandise, ranging from binoculars to GPS units, were taken from the Ammon store. District Judge Dane H. Watkins Jr. suspended an 18 month to a five-year prison sentence and order Maxey to spend three years on felony probation. Maxey will also have to pay $2,491 in fees and fines.

Update: Wood County, OH: Member of ORC ring pleads guilty, will testify against his 6 co-defendants
One of seven individuals charged with multiple thefts in Michigan and Ohio has pleaded guilty and has agreed to testify against his co-defendants. Richard Nye, 43, appeared Monday in the courtroom of Wood County Common Pleas Judge Molly Mack.
He took a plea bargain that includes him testifying against his six co-defendants, said Wood County Assistant Prosecutor Jim Hoppenjans According to Hoppenjans, the theft ring of which Nye was a member hit 14 stores in Ohio and Michigan between April 2019 and September 2019. The stores included Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart and Marshall’s. They took a number of items, including chainsaws. Perrysburg Township police set up a controlled buy with Nye for a Husqvarna chainsaw. When a member of the department met with Nye and purchased the chainsaw, they determined it was stolen from the Perrysburg Lowe’s. When asked by Mack if that is what happened, Nye said “to the best of my knowledge, yes. All seven co-defendants were scheduled to appear in Mack’s courtroom Monday.

Cumberland County, VA: Police seek help in identifying retail theft suspects at Capital City Mall Victoria's Secret
Lower Allen Township Police are attempting two identify two women accused of stealing merchandise from a Victoria's Secret Store in the Capital City Mall on Wednesday. According to police, at about 5:35 p.m., the pictured suspects left the store carrying six bags full of merchandise without paying for it. The suspects were followed into the parking lot by mall security officers, police say. They fled the scene in a black Nissan Altima, eluding police pursuit on Slate Hill Road.

Pasadena, CA: Human Hair Wigs Worth $6,300 Stolen From Pasadena Beauty Supply Store
A beauty supply store in Pasadena already suffering due to the pandemic has been punched in the gut again after three people stole human hair wigs worth $6,300. The owner of Evette’s Beauty Supply, 1599 E. Colorado Blvd., says the theft happened Wednesday. The shop’s surveillance video shows three customers spent some time browsing the merchandise first. Video then shows one of the customers snatching two wigs off mannequin heads on a counter, and run out the door. A total three people ran out of the store. The owner of the store says four wigs were stolen – three of which were worth $1,500 each, and the fourth worth $1,800.

Golden, CO: Home Depot Robbery Suspects Accused Of Threatening Employee With Axe
The Golden Police Department is asking for help identifying three suspects accused of robbing a Home Depot. Investigators said the suspects loaded up a shopping cart with items at 16900 West Colfax Avenue in Golden. When a loss prevention officer confronted the trio, police said one of the suspects pulled out an axe. The suspects left the parking lot in a white Ford F-150 with no license plates.

Ventura County, CA: Couple Who Used Baby Stroller To Steal Formula from Target; arrested with 88 Cans Worth $1,700

Carmel, IN: Police seeking information on alleged Best Buy theft suspect







Shootings & Deaths

Update: Atlanta, GA: Teen charged in fatal shooting of 73-yr-old outside Goodwill
A Jonesboro teenager faces a murder charge after investigators linked him to the fatal shooting of a 73-year-old man last month outside a Goodwill donation center, Atlanta police said. Lawrence Denney was killed Oct. 20 during a carjacking in the store’s parking lot on Collier Road, police spokesman Sgt. John Chafee said in an emailed statement. On Wednesday, investigators obtained arrest warrants charging 17-year-old Antonio Sanders with murder and hijacking a motor vehicle. The teen was already in custody at the Fulton County Jail on nearly 30 charges, including armed robbery, participating in criminal street gang activity, theft by taking and 17 counts of entering an automobile, among others.

Pensacola, FL: Father shoots teenage son outside Cordova Mall
Pensacola Police say a father shot his teenage son after an argument at Cordova Mall. Police say the father shot his son Thursday evening, and he was taken to the hospital. The father left the scene, and police have issued a warrant for his arrest. Pensacola Police say the two were not from the Pensacola area. Police say this is a domestic issue and there is no danger to the public.

North Platte, NE: One man arrested, another sought in Platte River Mall shooting
North Platte Police have made a warrant arrest of 41 year old Cortney Hansen in a Saturday, Nov. 7 shooting on the east side of the Platte River Mall that left another man with a gunshot wound to the abdomen. Officers were dispatched to the area at 12L07 a.m. on a report of a shooting. A 33 year old male victim was transported to Great Plains Health by the North Platte Fire Department. A warrant for the arrest of Hansen was issued on Tuesday, Nov. 10. Officers observed a vehicle that Hansen was driving and conducted a felony traffic stop near Philip and Bryan. Hansen was taken into custody without further incident. Hansen was incarcerated at the Lincoln County Detention Center for Aiding and Abetting- 1 st Degree assault. An arrest warrant has also been issued for 48 year old Nathaneal Anthony, for his involvement in the shooting. Anthony is wanted for 1st Degree Assault, Use of a Firearm to Commit a Felony, and Possession of a Firearm by a Prohibited Person.

Beaumont, TX: Police believe suspect in China Star Restaurant shooting in custody in Louisiana
Beaumont Police say an Aggravated Robbery suspect detectives believe committed the shooting outside China Star Buffet on Dowlen Road is in custody in Crowley, Louisiana. He was arrested on unrelated charges in that jurisdiction. Police say evidence points to the man as their suspect in the Tuesday afternoon shooting that left a man seriously injured.

Columbus, OH: Gun store robbery investigation leads to shooting by ATF agent during traffic stop
A suspect is expected to survive their injuries after a shooting involving the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) Thursday afternoon. Columbus police say the shooting happened around 3:40 p.m. near the intersection of Kelton Avenue and East Fulton Street. According to police, ATF agents were investigating a burglary of a central Ohio gun store and identified a person of interest and requested the assistance of Columbus police. The driver's path was later crossed by an ATF agent. The driver got out of his vehicle and an 'altercation' took place between the agent and driver, according to police. During the altercation, the ATF agent fired his gun, injuring the driver. A firearm was recovered near the driver.The suspect was taken to Grant Medical Center in critical condition but is expected to survive. Police say all agents and officers are accounted for and are OK.

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New Orleans, LA: Two Women Sentenced In Credit Card Fraud Conspiracy Case
U.S. Attorney Peter G. Strasser announced that two women, KEYIRA GABLE, age 33, of Harvey and BRITTANY WHITE, age 34, of New Orleans, were sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Barry W. Ashe for their participation in a years-long credit card fraud conspiracy. Judge Ashe sentenced GABLE to a total of 61 months in prison. Judge Ashe sentenced WHITE to a total of 37 months in prison based on her previous guilty plea to conspiracy to commit access device fraud and possession of fifteen or more counterfeit or unauthorized access devices.

GABLE and WHITE were the second and third defendants to be sentenced in this seven-defendant conspiracy case. According to court documents, GABLE, WHITE, and their co-conspirators engaged in a scheme to obtain merchandise and cash from stores through fraud. The defendants obtained stolen credit and debit card information, encoded it onto cards, and then used that information to purchase items at stores. The defendants would then return the items at a different store of the same chain, but they would deceive store workers in order to have the chargeback credited to their own bank accounts. Federal agents were able to determine that members of this conspiracy took flights around the country to execute the scheme, including Oregon, South Carolina, Illinois, Tennessee, Missouri, and Florida.

Fresno, CA: Man Indicted for Scheme Creating Dozens of Fraudulent Accounts and Siphoning More Than $900,000 from Financial Institutions
A federal grand jury returned an eleven-count indictment today against Nahed Mishmish, 46, of Bakersfield, charging him with wire fraud, mail fraud and aggravated identity theft in a scheme that caused more than $900,000 in losses to the financial institutions, U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott announced. According to the criminal complaint, the FBI was tipped off that someone in Kern County was creating and using fraudulent credit card accounts, in part to buy large quantities of cigarettes from a Rite Aid store in McFarland. The FBI identified this individual as Mishmish. During a search of Mishmish’s residence, more than 60 cellphones were found and seized. The cellphones were marked with names, personal identifying information, and corresponding credit accounts.




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C-Store – Las Vegas, NV – Armed Robbery
C-Store – Shreveport, LA – Armed Robbery
C-Store – Endicott, NY – Armed Robbery
C-Store – Auburn, WA - Robbery
C-Store – Niles, IL – Armed Robbery
C-Store – Lamar, SC – Armed Robbery
C-Store – Tucson, AZ – Armed Robbery
Cellphone – Canton, OH – Armed Robbery
CVS – Moraine, OH – Armed Robbery
Dollar General – Midland, MI – Armed Robbery
Dollar General – Campbell County, VA – Armed Robbery
Grocery – Aurora, IL – Armed Robbery
Grocery – North Attleboro, MA - Armed Robbery
Gun – Columbus, OH – Burglary
Hardware – Golden, CO – Armed Robbery
Jewelry – Tempe, AZ – Robbery
Jewelry – Denver, CO – Robbery
Restaurant – Gainesville, FL – Armed Robbery
Walgreens – Glen Carbon, IL – Robbery
Walmart – Anderson, SC – Robbery / assault on LP
7-Eleven – Detroit, MI – Armed Robbery


Daily Totals:
• 21 robberies
• 1 burglaries
• 0 shootings
• 0 killed


Weekly Totals:
• 78 robberies
• 19 burglaries
• 2 shootings
• 3 killed

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