Flintloc Stops Gas and Data Theft

A data thief attempted to open a pump at a gas station in Los Angeles. The station was protected by Flintloc. The alarm sounded and power to the pump was shut off. The station attendant wrote down the license number and called the police. There was no damage to the pump and no lost gas or data. The thief is now behind bars thanks to Flintloc.

Shell Tackles Gasoline Pump Fraud

HOUSTON -- A Counterfeit Skimming Initiative has produced a "significant reduction" in gasoline pump skimmers being placed on equipment at Shell-branded gas stations.

Acknowledging that pump fraud has become a constant battle ground as gasoline prices hit new peaks each year, Shell Oil has been proactive in tackling the issue at the pump through new programs, proprietary anti-fraud tools and closer collaboration with card issuers and law enforcement.

Flint Loc Announces “Real Time” Security for Drop Tanks

In an effort to combat fuel theft from drop tanks, Flint Loc announced the successful integration between the Simmons fuel management system and its "Real Time" Security Solution. As such, a pump alarm will be triggered when 50 or more gallons of fuel are suddenly removed from a drop tank.

The measure is designed to help diminish the risk of drop tank theft, where thieves steal gasoline by driving a panel van with a hole in its floor over a drop tank and take hundreds of gallons of fuel while the sales clerk is distracted.

Man sentenced for theft at local gas station

PLATTSMOUTH – A man who tried to use stolen gift cards to buy gas at a Plattsmouth convenience store was sentenced to probation Monday morning.
Omaha resident Jorge D. Sardinas, 43, appeared in Cass County District Court for sentencing on one Class IIA felony charge of criminal possession of four or more financial transaction devices. The court found Sardinas guilty of the charge during a stipulated bench trial on Aug. 25. Sardinas has spent the past 237 days in Cass County Jail.

Convenience store employee charged with theft

From Staff Reports
Thursday, November 3, 2016
A Rocky Mount woman was arrested Tuesday on larceny charges following an investigation by managers of the business where she worked.
Rocky Mount police Cpl. Mike Lewis said Carol Ann Lawrence, 44, of Rocky Mount, was arrested at 6:36 p.m. at her house . Lewis said the arrest came after police received a report Monday of larceny by an employee at the Fuel Doc #2 at 1108 Cokey Road.

PPD honors three of its own for professionalism

Plattsmouth Police Department (PPD) Chief Steve Rathman recently honored three PPD officers for their professionalism and dedication to their work.
Officer Neal Thomas was awarded a PPD Letter of Commendation for his diligent investigation March 15 of a previously reported fuel theft from Hy-Vee gas station. His keen observation resulted in the arrest of two suspects in gasoline thefts from the Hy-Vee gas station off of Highway 75.

Credit card theft of over $200K leads to arrests

Two people were charged with stealing roughly $200,000 in credit and gas cards from an oilfield service company, and two others were arrested for their alleged participation in the burglaries.

Crook County fuel thefts lead to three arrests

PRINEVILLE, Ore. - A Crook County Sheriff’s Office investigation of fuel thefts in an area north of Prineville led to a raid on a home Thursday and the arrest of three people on theft, drugs and other charges, deputies said Thursday.

Kingfield public works director charged in town theft case

By Donna M. Perry, Staff Writer
Published on Tuesday, Oct 18, 2016 at 1:01 pm | Last updated on Tuesday, Oct 18, 2016 at 1:01 pm
KINGFIELD — The town's public works director is accused of taking $1,136 worth of diesel fuel and improperly acquired parts for a personal tractor, according to Sheriff Scott Nichols Sr. of the Franklin County Sheriff's Office.
Detective Kenneth Charles issued Bruce White, 52, of Kingfield a summons Monday charging him on a felony count of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, Nichols said.

Coalton mayor enraged over diesel fuel being stolen

The Village of Coalton’s entire supply of diesel fuel was recently stolen, and Coalton Mayor Kim Milliken is furious over the theft that occurred late last week.
According to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office report, Coalton Maintenance Superintendent Fred Zupp contacted the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office on Friday, August 26, at approximately 10:20 p.m. to report that an unknown subject or subjects had trespassed onto village property. The unknown subject or subjects cut the hose on the village’s diesel fuel tank, and took 275 gallons of fuel and the tank hose.


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