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Three members of an alleged Metro Detroit theft ring, which allegedly stole some $500,000 in goods from big box retailers over a four-month period, have been charged and will be arraigned Tuesday afternoon, police said.

Nafez Mohammad, 59, of Detroit, and 33-year-old Victoria Henderson, face 30 and 35 counts, respectively, for their alleged role in the scheme, and are expected to be arraigned Tuesday afternoon at 19th District Court in Dearborn.

Police allege that between March 16 and July 28, Henderson and others would steal from big box retailers including CVS, Target and Walgreens, and would give it to a fence who would remove security devices and resell the goods online. 

Henderson faces one count of a continuing criminal enterprise, which is a 20-year felony, along with 15 counts of receiving and concealing stolen property between $1,000 and $20,000, 17 counts of organized retail crime, and two counts of receiving and concealing stolen property between $200 and $1,000. That last charge is a misdemeanor.

Mohammad faces one count of a continuing criminal enterprise, 10 counts of receiving and concealing stolen property between $1,000 and $20,000, 17 counts of organized retail crime, and two counts of two counts of receiving and concealing stolen property between $200 and $1,000.

Deon Davey, 19, of Detroit, faces 10 counts of receiving and concealing stolen property between $1,000 and $20,000, and 10 counts of organized retail crime.

Two others have also been charged in the crime ring, court records show.

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