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Shimmimg, not skimming: The new way to steal credit card data !

by Robert Freeman on 05/13/18

Shimming, not skimming: The new way to steal credit card data

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BRANDYWINE, Md. (FOX 5 DC) - The Prince George's County police officer who was killed in a motorcycle crash is being remembered at a service on Wednesday. The services will be help at the Spirit of Faith Christian Center in Brandywine.
Officer Davon McKenzie was off-duty when his motorcycle was struck by a vehicle along Interstate 495 in the Largo area around 11 p.m. on May 28. He died from his injuries a short time later at a nearby hospital.
McKenzie was assigned to the Bureau of Patrol and joined the Prince George's County Police Department in March of 2017. He was 24 years old and worked as a School Resource Officer at William Wirt Middle School in Riverdale.
Attention Blue Knights members both far and wide! On December 4, 2019, Kirk Williams from Maryland I transferred from chapter to Heaven I. To grieve this loss, Kirk leaves behind a wife of 34 years and two adult children. While speaking with Kirk's wife, Maxine, it was learned that she was a patch collector, which she thoroughly enjoyed.. We are seeking assistance from our Brothers and Sisters at this time by asking if you can help us enhance Maxine's collection thereby giving her an outlet to work through her grief. If you are able to assist, please send the patch to: Blue Knights Maryland - I, P.O. Box 52, Bladensburg, Maryland 20710.

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