Thursday, April 11, 2013
The St. Louis Business Journal reports the Maryland Heights based grocer was sued earlier this week in St. Louis County Court.
While an investigation into how credit and debit card data from Schnucks customers was compromised over the last month continues, a Brentwood attorney has reportedly filed suit over how the Maryland Heights-based grocer handled the situation. The St. Louis Business Journal reports Geoffrey Meyerkord of the personal injury firm Meyerkord & Meyerkord brought the suit, claiming that 15 days passed between the time Schnucks learned of the breach and when it reported that the breach had been contained. A Schnucks spokeswoman told the paper that "the suit was without merit." Lori Willis, the company's communication director told Patch at the time that the breach had been "found and contained" that it had been working with customers who …
Saturday, March 30, 2013
The grocer said the issue with card purchases has been "found and contained." The company said it is working with law enforcement agencies and the Missouri Attorney General's office moving forward.
Schnucks announced early Saturday morning that a "very intense" investigation has revealed that the grocery store chain was the victim of a cyberattack and the problem was "found and contained," according to a company statement. "We have identified the issue and taken comprehensive measures to contain the incident. We are cooperating with law enforcement, the Missouri Attorney General’s Office, and the credit card companies to determine the scope and magnitude of this crime and apprehend those individuals making fraudulent purchases, Schnucks CEO Scott Schnuck said in the statement. "Our customers can continue using credit and debit cards at our stores. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused our customers," he added. …
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Police said the man used an ID with his own photo and another person's information.
A man stole $3,459 in merchandise from a Bridgeton store by using a fake ID with someone else’s vital information, police said. Tommie G. Roach, 31, of the 7400 block of Canton Avenue in University City, was charged Saturday with identity theft. Bridgeton Police said Roach used a fake drivers license with someone else’s information and his photo to steal $3,459 in electronic items from Best Buy, 12140 St. Charles Rock Road. Police said Roach bought two iPads and two laptop computers using the fake ID at 8:32 p.m. Saturday. Bail was set at $15,000 for Roach. He was released Sunday. For more crime information on Maryland Heights Patch, see the following articles:
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Plus, more alleged pot possessions found.
The Maryland Heights Police investigated alleged drug possessions, ID thefts and other crimes on June 25-26. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty. June 25 June 26