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Hello Crime Stoppers/Solvers Coordinators, Board Members, Law Enforcement Colleagues and Supporters,


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Plans are already in the works for an amazing week of training and networking in 2018.  Mark your calendars now for April 15 – 19, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency in beautiful downtown Atlanta, GA.  If there are any topics that your Crime Stoppers program would like to see discussed, please let us know so that we can assemble a powerful line up of presenters that will leave all attendees with new information to bring back to their programs!  Email your suggestions to trish@secrimestoppers.org and be on the lookout for updates over the next few months!  We look forward to seeing everyone in Atlanta!

If you’ve ever thought about joining the Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association, now is the time!  We are in the process of planning our 2018 training conference, to be held at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Atlanta, GA.  We are working on a compelling agenda that will offer training on various topics of concern, which will afford all attendees an opportunity to learn something new to bring back to their home program.  While the Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association will be a source to learn, it will also be a time to join the Southeastern “family” – which we truly are.  One of the greatest perks of membership is the networking not just at the conference, but with members all year long.

If you’ve got any ideas or suggestions of things you’d like to do or learn about at the 2018 conference, please feel free to contact any member of the Executive Board anytime! Vice President Trish Routte is at Trish@secrimestoppers.org; Secretary Amy Southards is at amy@secrimestoppers.org; Treasurer Zel Windsor is at Zel@secrimestoppers.org and Past President Ross Forster is at Ross@secrimestoppers.org.  We look forward to hearing from our Crime Stoppers/Solvers members and hope to see everyone in Atlanta in April 2018!

Freddi Moody Memorial – P3 Board Member of the Year Award

On September 15, 2017, Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association lost a long time association member, Freddi Moody. We will all remember Freddi for her passion for Crime Stoppers and her service for many years with both the Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association and her local board in Virginia Beach.  Freddi was, without a doubt, a force to be reckoned with.  She was a staple at every Southeastern Conference and inspired others to become involved with making their communities safer.

In honor of Freddi Moody, Anderson Software has named the Freddi Moody Memorial P3 Board Member of the Year award.  This award will be presented at the 2018 Southeastern Crime Stoppers Conference.  Nominations can be made by clicking on the following link, http://andersoft.com/bmoy.htm.

Facebook Posts from Around the Region

Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association shared Lee County Sheriff's Office's post. ...

A reminder from the Lee County Sheriff’s Office: Don’t hesitate to tell someone if you see something criminal or suspicious. #seesomethingsaysomething

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Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association shared Port St. Lucie Police Department's post.

If you know who this guy is, please contact Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers. He's out there somewhere! Let's help find him!

Victim reported that credit cards had been fraudulently opened in his name. The photos captured a suspect using one of the credit cards on November 2, 2017 at the Dollar General Store located at 1207 SW Del Rio Blvd in Port St. Lucie. Thirteen (13) fraudulent purchases for Visa gift cards, approximately $400 each, were made at this location within a 2 month period. Also, an account was opened with Williams Sonoma, where unknown charges were made for over $6000. If you recognize the suspect call PSLPD (772)871-5001, Detective David Butterworth (772) 873-6517, or Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers 1-800-273-TIPS.

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Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association added 2 new photos.


Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying a trio who stole more than $9,000 in cigarettes from a Bonita Springs convenience store Wednesday morning.

Shortly after 3 a.m. on February 14th, the Circle K located at 24931 S. Tamiami Trail received its regular shipment of cigarettes. Approximately 10 minutes after the arrival of multiple bins of the product, three black males entered the store. One of the men asked the store clerk for help, while two others, whose faces were covered with masks or bandanas, followed behind. One suspect jumped the counter and handed over several bins for the third suspect to carry out of the store. After carting off more than $9,000 worth of cigarettes, the trio fled the area in a white Dodge Challenger.

Detectives believe these suspects may be related to a statewide spree of cigarette thefts. In several other instances across the state, suspects matching this same description have shown up at convenience stores shortly after the cigarette delivery trucks depart. They then enter the stores and leave with large amounts of product.

Anyone with information on the identities and whereabouts of the suspects is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS (8477). All callers will remain anonymous and will be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000. Tips may also be made online at www.southwestfloridacrimestoppers.com or by submitting a tip on the P3Tips mobile app.

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