Abercrombie Fitch

23 Mar 19
WPMT FOX43

California – A man and woman have been arrested in a major, organized retail theft ring in Glendale after detectives found them in possession of more than $100,000 of stolen merchandise and cash, police announced Friday. Carlos Rivera, of Los Angeles, and Monica Paredes, of Van Nuys, were identified as the suspects responsible for running […]

23 Mar 19
fox13now.com

GLENDALE, Calif. (KTLA) — A man and woman have been arrested in a major, organized retail theft ring in Glendale after detectives found them in possession of more than $100,000 of stolen merchandise and cash, police announced Friday. Carlos Rivera, of Los Angeles, and Monica Paredes, of Van Nuys, were identified as the suspects responsible […]

23 Mar 19
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23 Mar 19
Daily News
GLENDALE – Two alleged participants in what investigators say is a major retail crime ring have been arrested by Glendale police, authorities said Friday. The probe began with a shoplifting case at The Americana at Brand shopping center and resulted in Carlos Rivera, 32, of Los Angeles and Monica Paredes, 42, of Van Nuys being identified as suspects in “a major fencing operation,” according to Tahnee Lightfoot of the Glendale Police Department. Fencing refers to the illegal sale of ill-gotten goods. Rivera and Paredes were arrested on March 13, when a search warrant served at Paredes’ apartment “revealed over $100,000 worth of stolen merchandise” from stores including Lululemon, Victoria’s Secret, Zumiez, Abercrombie & Fitch, Ralph Lauren, Sunglass Hut and others, Lightfoot said. “Officers recovered over 400 sunglasses in display cases and individual cases valued at approximately $37,000,” Lightfoot said. “Representatives from Sunglass Hut identified $7,000 worth of merchandise that was traced to thefts in Utah, Ohio and California. “In addition, officers recovered high end designer handbags, 100 JuJuBe Tokidoki backpacks and 64 Mitchell & Ness Nostalgia Store sports jerseys valued at $22,620.” Additional items have been recovered from stores that have not been identified, Lightfoot said. “Officers also located $40,000 in cash hidden in a bedroom behind a child’s crib, totaling $51,480 recovered during the search warrant,” she said. Rivera and Paredes, who were arrested at the time of the search, were booked on suspicion of receiving stolen property. Both were released on the same day they were arrested after each posted $20,000 bail, according to sheriff’s inmate records. The case remains under investigation and anyone with information that could help detectives was urged to call Glendale police at (818) 548-4911.
23 Mar 19
SCNG
GLENDALE – Two alleged participants in what investigators say is a major retail crime ring have been arrested by Glendale police, authorities said Friday. The probe began with a shoplifting case at The Americana at Brand shopping center and resulted in Carlos Rivera, 32, of Los Angeles and Monica Paredes, 42, of Van Nuys being identified as suspects in “a major fencing operation,” according to Tahnee Lightfoot of the Glendale Police Department. Fencing refers to the illegal sale of ill-gotten goods. Rivera and Paredes were arrested on March 13, when a search warrant served at Paredes’ apartment “revealed over $100,000 worth of stolen merchandise” from stores including Lululemon, Victoria’s Secret, Zumiez, Abercrombie & Fitch, Ralph Lauren, Sunglass Hut and others, Lightfoot said. “Officers recovered over 400 sunglasses in display cases and individual cases valued at approximately $37,000,” Lightfoot said. “Representatives from Sunglass Hut identified $7,000 worth of merchandise that was traced to thefts in Utah, Ohio and California. “In addition, officers recovered high end designer handbags, 100 JuJuBe Tokidoki backpacks and 64 Mitchell & Ness Nostalgia Store sports jerseys valued at $22,620.” Additional items have been recovered from stores that have not been identified, Lightfoot said. “Officers also located $40,000 in cash hidden in a bedroom behind a child’s crib, totaling $51,480 recovered during the search warrant,” she said. Rivera and Paredes, who were arrested at the time of the search, were booked on suspicion of receiving stolen property. Both were released on the same day they were arrested after each posted $20,000 bail, according to sheriff’s inmate records. The case remains under investigation and anyone with information that could help detectives was urged to call Glendale police at (818) 548-4911.
23 Mar 19
KTLA

A man and woman have been arrested in a major, organized retail theft ring in Glendale after detectives found them in possession of more than $100,000 of stolen merchandise and cash, police announced Friday. Carlos Rivera, of Los Angeles, and Monica Paredes, of Van Nuys, were identified as the suspects responsible for running the major […]

22 Mar 19
Gutter Cleaning Kansas City

The highest-priced Central Ohio home sale of 2018 was a historic property in Bexley with several storied owners in its past. Past owners of this 1942 5-bedroom home have included Preston Wolfe, once president of the Dispatch Printing Co.; William Kelly, CEO of Consolidated Stores Corp. (now Big Lots Inc.); and Susan Jeffries, former wife […]

22 Mar 19
The Australian

The more you travel, the more likely misadventure will befall you. As a leading example of this theory, I can assure you it’s true. As I type, I have a fractured rib from a traffic accident in Singapore. There is something ironic and almost comical about being loaded into an ambulance in a destination where safety is paramount and regulations strictly observed. Singapore is the last place you’d expect to be struck by a runaway vehicle.

22 Mar 19
IAMNOTASTALKER

Today’s stalking venture is not only six years in the making, but a cross-country endeavor!  Way back in January 2013, as the Grim Cheaper and I were preparing to move from Pasadena to Palm Springs, I caught National Treasure on TV and immediately recognized the exterior of the Urban Outfitters in the flick as that […]

22 Mar 19
UPHINDIA

A bunch of apps from some major players were recently tripped up by a security/privacy hole from a third-party analytics app. But everyone is focusing on the wrong lesson. A bunch of apps from some major players — including Expedia, Hollister, Air Canada, Abercrombie & Fitch, Hotels.com and Singapore Airlines — recently came to grief […]

22 Mar 19
The Style File.

I’ll be honest with you… I’ve never been a jeans type of girl.  For years I have found them so difficult to fit on my unique shape (thick thighs + flat arse).  Years of experience jeans shopping has made it slightly easier, but it’s still a struggle for me, and always will be. Fortunately, between […]

22 Mar 19
Boston Herald
MOVIE REVIEW “THE AFTERMATH” Rated R. At AMC Loews Boston Common, Coolidge Corner Theatre and Kendall Square Cinema. Grade: B- Set in Hamburg, Germany, shortly after the end of World War II, “The Aftermath” is a film about fictitious characters in a real-world historical time and place and a soap opera about a troubled post-wartime marriage. The film is based on a well-received 2013 novel by Welshman Rhidian Brook and begins in the British Occupied Zone, where Col. Lewis Morgan (ubiquitous Aussie Jason Clarke along with his Nero profile) is in charge of restoring order to a city in ruins with a starving population and a group of young Nazi fanatics dubbed trummerkind (“children of the rubble”), waging a hopeless endgame guerrilla revolt costing British soldiers’ lives. At the same time, Lewis and his wife Rachael (Keira Knightley, exuding grief and war-frustrated sexuality) are still reeling from the death of their 11-year-old son Michael (Frederick Preston) in England from a Luftwaffe bomb. The Morgans have “requisitioned” the expansive, well-appointed home of young, handsome architect and widower Stefan Lubert (Alexander Skasgard, TV’s “Big Little Lies”), who also has a child problem. In his case, it is his coltish adolescent daughter Freda (Flora Li Thiemann), who is in a rebellious phase and enamored with a young Nazi fighter (Jannik Schumann). I suppose those of us jaded by too much of this sort of thing can see where all this is headed, and that is not necessarily a major drawback, if there are surprises along the way (and I don’t mean having it off on a table-top, although there is that). But “The Aftermath” is contrived from start to finish. At first, the beautiful Luberts are banished to the attic, where they await transport to a “camp,” an ironic echo of what the Nazis did to the Jews of Europe that is not made any more palatable by no one mentioning it. But officer and gentleman and Germanophile Lewis sympathizes with aristocratic Stefan, who is in the middle of trying to prove he was not a Nazi to some brutish Americans, and Lewis lets the Luberts stay. Stefan’s home features a costly Steinway piano, which becomes a symbol of Rachael’s pent-up emotions and memories of time spent playing with Michael. Rachael will at first not go near the Lubert piano. But she warms up to it, just as she is warming up to Herr Lubert, if you catch my drift. Col. Morgan, meanwhile, who still loves his wife dearly and lusts after her, has to deal with dead-end Hamburg urchins armed with grenades and rifles and being called away just as he and Rachael might make some progress on the time they lost. Lanky widower Stefan, meanwhile, chops wood, looking very Abercrombie & Fitch. The odds are so against Rachael’s husband that I began to dislike her and Stefan, which is not exactly the right outcome. Knightley is otherwise sweet and lovely as the deeply wounded mother and resentful, sex-starved wife. Director James Kent helmed the similar, if also better 2014 wartime romance “Testament of Youth.” (“The Aftermath” contains nudity, profanity and violence.)  
22 Mar 19
WWD

WWD’s Retail 2030 forum will focus on the new store experience.