Felony Lane Gang Task Force

Felony Lane Gang Task Force A task force (TF) is a unit or formation established to work on a single defined task or activity. This TF is focused on closing down Felony Lane Gang.
(1)

These cases are connected.. very well connected and this page is working hard to put the puzzle pieces together. Be alert of where they are and where they are traveling. They have multiple groups working in different parts of the state. Please ensure anyone who has children check this page, understand what these criminals are watching for and learn how to prevent becoming a victim... Stay Alert and be able to provide timely information to law enforcement in hopes of catching these crooks and deterring future felony lane operations. NOTICE: All pictures and case information pertaining to criminal activity involving the Felony Lane Gang posted on this page has been provided by authorized Law Enforcement Officials for citizen awareness. Each photo posted is the equivalent of a Wanted for Questioning Poster provided in our community by Police. Each person is considered a person of interest that needs to be identified. Community awareness programs such as the Felony Lane Gang Task Force allow citizens to actively engage and assist police in the discovery of information and identity of unknown individuals of interest. Accordingly, this page will continue to work closely with law enforcement agencies throughout the 48 states until each member the Felony Lane Gang has been apprehended, tried and convicted of their crimes.

Mission: Prevent future victims of the Felony Lane Gang.

Operating as usual

#BOLO #FELONYLANEGANG #HILLSBOROUGH #FL #MichelleJeanMullendore has an active warrant for burglary and failure to appear...
02/03/2021

#BOLO #FELONYLANEGANG #HILLSBOROUGH #FL #MichelleJeanMullendore has an active warrant for burglary and failure to appear and is a suspect in numerous felony lane style theft and check fraud cases in multiple jurisdictions throughout the Tampa Bay area and Central Florida. Detectives seek assistance identifying any other criminal activity in which Mullendore may have been involved and Mullendore’s current whereabouts. Detectives also seek assistance in identifying a B/M pictured in this alert that is associated with these cases. Please contact Detective K. Smetana of the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s office at 813-247-8576 (leave a message if he doesn’t answer) or email him at [email protected] if you have any information.

#BOLO #FELONYLANEGANG #Oregon #HomelandSecurityInvestigations is looking to identify the following individual who was re...
01/22/2021

#BOLO #FELONYLANEGANG #Oregon #HomelandSecurityInvestigations is looking to identify the following individual who was responsible for committing bank fraud in the Beaverton, OR area on approximately October 13, 2020. Any information you may have or if you can identify this individual, please contact Special Agent Lindsly
at (503) 910-7375

#BOLO #Florida #Felonylanegang #HillsboroughSheriffs #FL On 12/14/20 and 12/20/20, two victims had their vehicle windows...
01/05/2021

#BOLO #Florida #Felonylanegang #HillsboroughSheriffs #FL On 12/14/20 and 12/20/20, two victims had their vehicle windows busted at two separate parks located at 10314 Wilsky Blvd and 7020 Lutz Lake Fern Rd. The unknown suspect(s) removed the victims' purses. The pictured suspect is observed via video surveillance at two different Publix's (Pasco and Hillsborough) utilizing the victims' stolen credit cards. HCSO is seeking the public's assistance in identifying the suspect. Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Shaw 813-247-0354 or the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office District III Office 813-247-0330.

01/05/2021

#BOLO #FELONYLANEGANG #PascoCounty #FL On 12/22/2020, an unknown suspect entered the victim's locked vehicle by forcing entry through the rear window by smashing the glass with an unknown object in a parking lot. Once inside, the unknown suspect removed the victim's purse and contents, to include the victim's Driver's License, and several credit cards. The unknown suspect then attempted to open a credit card in the victim's name at a Target within twenty-four hours of the burglary. The adult, white, female wearing blue jean pants, a blue t-shirt, a blue face mask, and dark sneakers, with brown hair which was pulled back into a pony tail. This case has been assigned to Detective Orndorff in Property Crimes of Pasco Sheriff's Office under case 20045002. If you can identify this suspect, please call the crimestoppers hotline to submit a tip: 1-800-706-2488 and/or notify Detective Orndorff at 813.447.9754

01/05/2021

#BOLO #FELONYLANEGANG #FL #PascoCounty On 11/28/2020, two unknown male suspects forced entry into several vehicles within a parking lot to JB Starkey Park in Pasco County, Florida. Once within the vehicles, the unknown suspects removed several credit cards and cash from within, then responded out to two different Best Buy locations (one located within Pasco, and one within Hillsborough County) and one Target (located within Hillsborough County), immediately attempting to utilize the stolen property to make purchases. Success was made at both Best Buy businesses, but the cards were declined at Target. This felony lane case has been assigned to Detective Orndorff in Property Crimes of Pasco Sheriff's Office under case numbers: 20042154 and 20042242. If you can identify this suspect, please call the crimestoppers hotline to submit a tip: 1-800-706-2488 and/or notify Detective Orndorff at 813.447.9754

Filing A Complaint with Federal Agencies to help data collection informationATTN New and Old Victims:We've just spoken t...
12/03/2020

Filing A Complaint with Federal Agencies to help data collection information
ATTN New and Old Victims:
We've just spoken to the FDIC regarding the timeframe for reimbursement of funds when your account is attacked by these thugs. We also inquired about the problem by filing a complaint with the federal banking commission. Here's what we just learned.
There are three things you must do before filing a complaint (this will speed up your being able to be reimbursed faster by your bank).
1) go to https://research.fdic.gov/bankfind/ and type in the name of your bank, your city, and state. A list of all banks for your respective bank will come up, click on your branch and a window will appear with their information. The photo below is what the window looks like -- active branch. Look at the right side information -- FDIC Certificate # and Regulated BY:
The key information you will need to look for is the FDIC Certificate # and the Regulated By Agency. This example of JP Morgan Chase shows FDIC Certificate # for this specific branch address is 628 (this number is needed to help speed up the investigation by the OCC [Office of the comptroller of the currency]), if you were filing a case regarding this specific branch. These two key important information items will help speed up the investigation and help you get your funds back from your bank faster. When your bank files the claim, which they have to do by law, they file with the FDIC who takes about 4 weeks for the investigation. However, to help them out, if you find out this information first, and you in turn also file the claim as the victim, you will help speed the process up by 2-3 weeks.
2) The FDIC runs the same way as any other federal agency; they can't react unless they have the data to help them force Congress to assist in combating such criminal activity attacking the banking industry. But, you as the victim can help them by filing a claim with not only the regulated by an agency that oversees your specific bank branch, but also with the CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau). We know this sounds like a lot of work, but together with your help and assistance, we can begin the process of getting the banks to work with law enforcement and protect you better. These two agencies, the CFPB and the OCC have the power to force your bank to do the right thing - protect and defend you as customers and prevent further victims from having their hard-earned money stolen by these thugs.
3) You can file a case with these two agencies by going to their website after you go to the Bank Find page.
The first one to file with is the CFPB To Contact the CFPB: http://www.consumerfinance.gov/complaint/
The second is the OCC To Contact the OCC: http://www.occ.treas.gov/.../index-consumer-complaints.html

Credit Report 100 Word Essay ExamplesDear Victims,It is important for you to know and understand that you are entitled t...
12/03/2020
Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check | TransUnion

Credit Report 100 Word Essay Examples
Dear Victims,

It is important for you to know and understand that you are entitled to post a 100-word essay on your credit report explaining any negative on your report. In this case, as a victim of the FLG, you should consider posting one up to ensure that nothing nefarious is allowed to be opened under your name as a result of theft. Here is an example of what you can write. Feel free to copy and use this, but please be sure to tweak it to include your name, your police department, the detective's name and point of contact information, case number, etc.

The essay should be short and sweet. something like this:

I, your name, (and your husband's if you're married), was victimized during a snatch and grab at (the location address) on (this date). Not only was my purse stolen, but also my identification, credit cards, checkbook, etc. which were inside said purse. Please do not allow anyone to open accounts, credit cards, or any other financial account without contacting me personally. You can verify this information by contacting Detective (GIVE THE FULL NAME) at the NAME OF Police Dept. (Give the Number) Reference case # (give the case number).

Then send your essay to all three credit reporting agencies requesting that they post it to your credit report. They have to do this legally. Also, be sure to check your credit report and dispute anything that has been put on it that you don't recognize since your attack.

If you have not received a credit report in the last 12 months, you can request a free credit report by going to the site above and request a copy via the internet or via mail. We encourage you to do so and ensure you haven't been hit in other areas. Remember this is a free report, so anything they've been able to do won't be seen on the credit report for at least 3 months, so make sure you get that essay statement to the credit reporting agencies fast. Then in three months, request your free credit report.

Equifax, Inc.

P.O. Box 740241

Atlanta, GA 30374

1-800-685-1111

http://www.equifax.com

Experian

P.O. Box 2104

Allen, Texas 75013-21041

888-397-3742

http://www.experian.com

Trans Union Corporation

Consumer Disclosure Center

2 Baldwin Place

P.O. Box 1000

Chester, PA 19022

1-800-888-4213

http://www.transunion.com

Fax numbers:

Equifax = 866.233.3777

Experian = 972.390.3838

Trans Union = 610.546.4606

Transunion offers total credit protection all in one place from credit score, credit report and credit alert. Check your credit score today from TransUnion!

12/03/2020

IMMEDIATE Steps to mitigate damage
Here is critical information to limit the damage in case this happens to you or someone you know:
1) File a police report in the jurisdiction where your credit cards, etc. were stolen. This proves to credit providers you were diligent, and this is the first step toward an investigation. If the thieves use your ID at another bank, immediately call the police within the jurisdiction of that bank to ensure they have full access to security cameras/descriptions of the thieves. If necessary, file a report of stolen identity within that jurisdiction to help Law enforcement track activities.
2) CHANGE BANKS IMMEDIATELY!! Then leave the stolen account open at the original bank with a minimum of $10 in the account and have the bank put an alert on the account to include "call police this account was stolen by the Felony Lane Gang" and list the detective's name, phone number, and case number on the account. The warning should also include the message "do not to accept deposits on this account or cash any checks against said account." These thieves may deposit one day and withdraw the next day using other stolen checks. Make sure you tell the bank manager why you are leaving the account open - to help catch the thieves in action and to help law enforcement catch the buggers. If the Bank Manager is not willing to cooperate with you, contact the corporate office, and advise them of the fact. These crooks have no problem going into your original bank and show your ID and other identifying documents to withdraw funds from your account with that same bank. We know this is will be a pain, but better to be inconvenienced than to have your money stolen again and again. Then contact the bank's corporate office and let them know why you are moving your business.
3) Immediately cancel all credit cards. Keep the 1-800 numbers and current card numbers available at home or on cloud files so you know whom to call. Keep those where you can find them.
But here's what is perhaps most important of all:
Call the 3 national credit reporting organizations immediately to place a fraud alert on your name and Social Security number. The alert means any company that checks your credit knows your information was stolen, and they have to contact you by phone to authorize new credit. There are records of all the credit checks initiated by the thieves' purchases. Also, see our note on how to file a 100-word essay on your credit reports to ensure you are further protected.
Here are the numbers you need to know:
Equifax: 1-800-525-6285
Experian: (formerly TRW): 1-888-397-3742
Trans Union: 1-800-680-7289
Social Security Administration (fraud line): 1-800-269-0271

**HELP IDENTIFY***#NC On October 20th, 2020 at approximately 6:20 p.m., #Corneliuspd Officers responded to a vehicle bre...
11/25/2020

**HELP IDENTIFY***
#NC On October 20th, 2020 at approximately 6:20 p.m., #Corneliuspd Officers responded to a vehicle break-in at Bailey Road Park in Cornelius. A purse, containing several credit cards, was stolen and then these cards were used at the ABC store in Huntersville. The transaction was made by a black male with short hair wearing a baseball cap, face mask, black hoodie with multicolor stripes on the bottom part of the hoodie, and dark pants. The subject walks with a distinctive limp. The subject left the store in maroon in color sedan with tinted windows.
CPD is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect(s) and suspect vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to call Cornelius Police at 704-892-7773 or North Mecklenburg Crimestoppers at 704-896-7867. You can remain anonymous.
#FelonyLaneGangTaskForce

Identified: Stefanie Marie Wells (DOB 5/25/1985) #BOLO #MiddlesexPD Looking to ID. On October 23rd two vehicle windows w...
11/17/2020

Identified: Stefanie Marie Wells (DOB 5/25/1985) #BOLO #MiddlesexPD Looking to ID. On October 23rd two vehicle windows were broken out and two victim's purses were stolen. On October 28th the pictured female used the victim's PA driver's licenses to attempt to withdraw money from M&T bank and Member's 1st FCU in York, Lancaster, and Berks counties (PA). The female was able to get money from one of the three banks she hit that day. She was driving a newer model black Ford Escape with fraudulent NY tags displayed. If you have information please snd us a private message or contact Det Joe Hallisey (badge 2540) with the Middlesex Twp PD, Carlisle, PA. 717-249-7191 or [email protected].

11/14/2020

As you will notice we have reposted the three most important notes we have posted in the past. Since Facebook decided to do away with the Notes page on our page without ever telling us, we have decided to repost the information. on to the page directly to help victims regain some sort of control over this situation. We will continue to repost this information every few months to help those of you who have become victims of these thugs.

Filing A Complaint with Federal Agencies to help data collection informationATTN New and Old Victims:We've just spoken t...
11/14/2020

Filing A Complaint with Federal Agencies to help data collection information
ATTN New and Old Victims:

We've just spoken to the FDIC regarding the timeframe for reimbursement of funds when your account is attacked by these thugs. We also inquired about the problem by filing a complaint with the federal banking commission. Here's what we just learned.

There are three things you must do before filing a complaint (this will speed up your being able to be reimbursed faster by your bank).

1) go to https://research.fdic.gov/bankfind/ and type in the name of your bank, your city, and state. A list of all banks for your respective bank will come up, click on your branch and a window will appear with their information. The photo below is what the window looks like -- active branch. Look at the right side information -- FDIC Certificate # and Regulated BY:

The key information you will need to look for is the FDIC Certificate # and the Regulated By Agency. This example of JP Morgan Chase shows FDIC Certificate # for this specific branch address is 628 (this number is needed to help speed up the investigation by the OCC [Office of the comptroller of the currency]), if you were filing a case regarding this specific branch. These two key important information items will help speed up the investigation and help you get your funds back from your bank faster. When your bank files the claim, which they have to do by law, they file with the FDIC who takes about 4 weeks for the investigation. However, to help them out, if you find out this information first, and you in turn also file the claim as the victim, you will help speed the process up by 2-3 weeks.

2) The FDIC runs the same way as any other federal agency; they can't react unless they have the data to help them force Congress to assist in combating such criminal activity attacking the banking industry. But, you as the victim can help them by filing a claim with not only the regulated by an agency that oversees your specific bank branch, but also with the CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau). We know this sounds like a lot of work, but together with your help and assistance, we can begin the process of getting the banks to work with law enforcement and protect you better. These two agencies, the CFPB and the OCC have the power to force your bank to do the right thing - protect and defend you as customers and prevent further victims from having their hard-earned money stolen by these thugs.

3) You can file a case with these two agencies by going to their website after you go to the Bank Find page.

The first one to file with is the CFPB To Contact the CFPB: http://www.consumerfinance.gov/complaint/

The second is the OCC To Contact the OCC: http://www.occ.treas.gov/topics/dispute-resolution/consumer-complaints/index-consumer-complaints.html

11/14/2020

IMMEDIATE Steps to mitigate damage

Here is critical information to limit the damage in case this happens to you or someone you know:

1) File a police report in the jurisdiction where your credit cards, etc. were stolen. This proves to credit providers you were diligent, and this is the first step toward an investigation. If the thieves use your ID at another bank, immediately call the police within the jurisdiction of that bank to ensure they have full access to security cameras/descriptions of the thieves. If necessary, file a report of stolen identity within that jurisdiction to help Law enforcement track activities.

2) CHANGE BANKS IMMEDIATELY!! Then leave the stolen account open at the original bank with a minimum of $10 in the account and have the bank put an alert on the account to include "call police this account was stolen by the Felony Lane Gang" and list the detective's name, phone number, and case number on the account. The warning should also include the message "do not to accept deposits on this account or cash any checks against said account." These thieves may deposit one day and withdraw the next day using other stolen checks. Make sure you tell the bank manager why you are leaving the account open - to help catch the thieves in action and to help law enforcement catch the buggers. If the Bank Manager is not willing to cooperate with you, contact the corporate office, and advise them of the fact. These crooks have no problem going into your original bank and show your ID and other identifying documents to withdraw funds from your account with that same bank. We know this is will be a pain, but better to be inconvenienced than to have your money stolen again and again. Then contact the bank's corporate office and let them know why you are moving your business.

3) Immediately cancel all credit cards. Keep the 1-800 numbers and current card numbers available at home or on cloud files so you know whom to call. Keep those where you can find them.

But here's what is perhaps most important of all:
Call the 3 national credit reporting organizations immediately to place a fraud alert on your name and Social Security number. The alert means any company that checks your credit knows your information was stolen, and they have to contact you by phone to authorize new credit. There are records of all the credit checks initiated by the thieves' purchases. Also, see our note on how to file a 100-word essay on your credit reports to ensure you are further protected.

Here are the numbers you need to know:

Equifax: 1-800-525-6285

Experian: (formerly TRW): 1-888-397-3742

Trans Union: 1-800-680-7289

Social Security Administration (fraud line): 1-800-269-0271

Address

Your Local Police Department Or
Washington D.C., DC

Telephone

(800) 222-8477

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Felony Lane Gang Task Force posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Videos

Nearby government services


Other Public & Government Services in Washington D.C.

Show All

Comments

If any investigators in the Phoenix, San Diego, LA, San Francisco, or Las Vegas areas have experienced fraud committed by 4 black males in a rented white 2020 Ford Expedition with Cali plates between 12/15-1/3, let me know. I seized $44k in gift cards and a card reader heading to Flint, MI today. Wud love to pass off the info to anyone who needs it, thanks!
These people are working in Missouri as well. I was a victim. Has anyone else had trouble getting anyone to take it seriously?
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2830578100311142&id=187499371285708 Suspect is passing forged checks from burglaries and using ID's from other burglaries.
Is there a bounty for the FLG?
My (brand new!) car was broken into on Tuesday, July 30, 2019, while parked in front of Orange Theory gym, located in Burlington Creek at 6006 NW 63rd St., Kansas City, Mo. My purse was stolen, which included my wallet, drivers license, bank cards and credit cards. The person in the photo attempted to cash fraudulent checks, using my ID at my bank.She was last seen driving a Nissan SUV with Florida plates. There are two case numbers attached to this crime: auto theft and another for bank fraud. KCMO: KC19056917 and Gladstone, MO: 1902585. If you have any information please reach out to Detective Parker at the Gladstone Police Department (816-436-3550).
Informative and relevant to our area!
Just hit Warminster,PA on May 1, 2019. No one seems to be trying to track them down. Feeling pretty helpless. I am tired of seeing women being victims. I’d like to see more publicity of this gang and some real task force out there. These crimes are just put low on the priority list at small local police stations. This is not acceptable to me. Too much crime out there.
Just broke into my car on 3/16/19 in Middlebury Connecticut, others in Chesire Connecticut