Summary: Last week, CargoNet was able to help law enforcement identify a victim and recover products stolen from 4 different thefts. All 4 thefts, one of electronics in Florida and 3 of various apparel in Washington, were on file in CargoNet's database and analysts were able to quickly match the information law enforcement had received to losses on file.   Three of the recoveries were out of state losses from which the product might have never been identified as stolen without the kind of bond between private industry and law enforcement that CargoNet facilitates. In all of the cases, CargoNet was provided detailed load information by the victims prior to law enforcement inquiring about the product, which greatly sped up the agency's ability to start working towards recovering the product. Total quantities and recovered values are still being calculated, but it is estimated to be in the 6 figures.


Summary: CargoNet received a call from an task force agent with NJSP. They entered a warehouse and recovered some beer stolen from NY. While there, they found some electric ranges and asked CargoNet if we had a matching theft. We did not but called Security Manager for the electronics company.  The Security Manager immediately recognized the loss and sent us the S/Ns and theft details, which NJSP confirmed as the units they were looking at. NJSP working with the Security Manager directly on getting the units returned.

Summary: This week, CargoNet broadcasted an intelligence alert regarding a suspicious phone number and email addresss. Following the broadcast a CargoNet member called the command center and let us know that they had just booked a load with the scammer detailed in the alert. Subsequently, following the alert the CargoNet member was able to cancel the load and kept their money.

Summary: Nolan Transportation contacted CargoNet and wanted an alert put out on White Eagle Logistics, who stole a load from Miracle Manufacturing in Little Falls, NJ. They copied White Eagle on the email when they requested the alert be sent out and the suspect called Nolan Transport to say he was returning the shipment now. The shipment was returned by the next day.


 

 

Summary: A detective with Humphreys’ County Tennessee Sheriff's Office, asked CargoNet for help with an incident they had. CargoNet proceeded to send out a LE Assist alert which included pictures of the suspects involved in the incident. Coral Springs Police Department responded immediately to the alert and had EVERYTHING on the suspects that were pictured in the alert. The Detective from Coral Springs knew them well and provided Humphreys’ County with everything they needed – Humphreys’ County was very grateful and told us, that the ability of CargoNet to get the information he wants to convey into the hands of the right people is unprecedented and any other similar service that might offer LE assists is nowhere near ours.

Summary: Between Saturday, 1/19/2013 at 11:00 PM and Sunday, 1/20/2013 at 1:00 PM a tractor left from a Texaco Fuel Stop located at 8181 South Lancaster Road Dallas, TX 75241. This incident was initially entered into CargoNet from information a CargoNet analyst gathered from the Dallas PD public police report website.  Subsequently, the incident was re-entered by a CargoNet insurance member based on additional information received, it was now possible to issue an alert.  Believing that the insurance member was still an active member, an alert was prepared and distributed on 1/24/2013.  Shortly after the alert was sent out, a Deputy with Dallas County Sheriff's Department - Auto Theft Unit called and stated that he had seen the alert and had located the tractor in Dallas, TX.


 

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