WVa man convicted of using shoplifters for resale scheme squib

A West Virginia man has been convicted of organizing a network of shoplifters, many of them addicted to drugs, to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars in store merchandise that he then resold on the internet. A federal jury convicted Nedeltcho Vladimirov of Cross Lanes of three counts of money laundering and one conspiracy count after a three-day trial in Charleston, the U.S. attorney's office for the southern district of West Virginia said in a statement Thursday. Evidence at the trial showed Vladimirov acquired stolen goods and resold them for profit to unsuspecting buyers.
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