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“Not only does organized retail crime have a major financial impact on businesses and consumers, but the brazen acts allegedly committed by these defendants also posed a very real threat to public safety. HSI is committed to holding individuals involved in this criminal activity accountable for their actions.” The indictment lists 38 thefts allegedly linked to the ring that occurred at various clothing stores in Southern California and nationwide. The Southern California locations included retailers in San Diego, Escondido, National City, San Clemente, Ventura, Oxnard, Camarillo, the City of Industry, Orange, Mission Viejo, Northridge, and Canoga Park. Thefts linked to the ring are also believed to have occurred in Las Vegas, Nevada; Frederick, Maryland; Vancouver, Washington; and Schaumburg, Illinois. Typically each of the thefts alleged in the indictment resulted in losses of several thousand dollars in merchandise. “Crimes that cross jurisdictional lines can be challenging for any one agency to investigate,” said San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman. “It takes a partnership and commitment from agencies at all levels to collapse the most sophisticated crime rings that exist today. The collaboration we have here in San Diego between law enforcement agencies is second to none. I am so proud of the efforts in this complex case to bring these thieves to justice.” Below are the individuals charged in the indictment unsealed Wednesday. The asterisks indicate those defendants who remained at large as of early Wednesday afternoon: Julio Gabriel Lopez Moreno, 41, of Chula Vista; Karina Yvette Saman Rojas, 29, of San Diego; Juan Manuel Juarez Herrera, 41, San Diego; Josue Antonio Damazo Herrera, 26, of San Diego; Jesus Raymundo Razo Del Angel, 23, of San Diego; Sergio Manuel Montana Nava, 31, of San Diego; Vanessa Medina Munguia, age unknown, San Diego; and Adrian Ulices Reyna Rodriguez, 21, of San Diego. The defendants face a variety of charges including conspiracy to transport stolen goods across state lines and international borders; receiving stolen goods which have crossed state or international borders; and illegal re-entry after deportation. The maximum penalties for the charged offenses range from five to 20 years in prison and fines of up to $250,000.
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