LEO's Arrested for Stealing from Wal-Mart

LEO's Arrested for Stealing from Wal-Mart

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    LEO's Arrested for Stealing from Wal-Mart

    This was in my "back yard":

    Daily Freeman - Four, including two police officers, accused in Orange theft case

    Four, including two police officers, accused in Orange theft case

    GOSHEN - Four people, including two police officers, have been charged in connection with a multijurisdictional investigation into the theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from Wal-Mart stores in Orange County.

    Computer software, razors, and other items of small size but high retail value, including flat screen TVs, were taken.

    "Our surveillance indicated this was almost a nightly event in the past several months," said Orange County District Attorney Frank Phillips. "We've got two small truckloads of property that was seized as a result of search warrants that we are in the process of inventorying and securing."

    On Tuesday, investigators from the Orange County District Attorney's Office, Wal-Mart security, and police from the towns of New Windsor, Newburgh and Montgomery executed seven search warrants at several locations and recovered large amounts of stolen goods. A large amount of the stolen property had been sold on eBay. EBay officials cooperated in the investigation.

    Charged were Bryan Dunn, 36, of Maybrook; Kevin Burchell, 27, of Montgomery, a village of Tuxedo police officer; Clifford Barber III, 41, of Walden, a town of Montgomery police officer; and LaQuionus Pressley, 29, of Newburgh.

    Dunn was charged with felony grand larceny, offering a false instrument for filing and three counts of filing a false tax return.

    Burchell was charged with two counts each of felony offering a false instrument for filing and filing a false income tax return.

    Barber was charged felony grand larceny, and three counts each of offering a false instrument for filing and filing a false income tax return.

    Pressley was charged felony grand larceny.
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    Hang 'em high.
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    I HATE a thief!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    What a slap in the face to every LEO that does his or her job the best they can..........hanging is to good for them.
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    I used to work for one of their competitors investigating these types of thefts. They are more common than you think. This is the first time I've heard of an LEO being involved though.
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    Shame on them.
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    There is always a few bad apples. But we know there are only a few in this case. to all the good Cop's.

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    Wow! No excuse at all for that. Luckily the majority of LEO are still OK.
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    Put em in genral population

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    Makes me wonder about all those seemingly too good to be true deals you find on ebay. Like razor blades, water filters for the fridge etc..

    Have I been unwittingly supporting organized crime?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfack View Post
    Makes me wonder about all those seemingly too good to be true deals you find on ebay. Like razor blades, water filters for the fridge etc..

    Have I been unwittingly supporting organized crime?
    Possibly. I do not partake in such deals or shop at the pawn shop or flea markets. Several of our investigations traced hundreds of thousands of dollars of new merchandise through internet, pawn shop and flea market sales.
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    I agree the guilty LEOs need to be put into general population and not protective custody in the Pen. Their Lawyers will of course ask for protective custody.

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    Police being arrested for committing crimes.....for a second I thought this story was about daily life in Memphis Tennessee.

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