A female client’s husband of 16+ years (and the father of their three boys) was watching what appeared to be child porn sites on his office computer.
Our case of the week involves two strip club cases we worked over the 2015 holidays.
If you’re wondering exactly what private investigators do for strip clubs, here’s a brief history.
In 2015, we had 38 inquiries from people that wanted us to investigate alleged “gang stalking”. For those unfamiliar the term, in short it means that everyone in the community is working together to ruin an individual’s life. (If you want a more detailed definition can be found here.)
Let’s start the 2016 off right and save everyone some money and time: Simply stated, you are not the victim of gang stalking. There is no need to request assistance from a PI for these types of matters. If you believe this sort of thing is happening, you are suffering from extreme paranoia – and you need help from a mental health professional.
Our case of the week actually involves two different cases that we completed by conducting surveillance on nannies.
It is critical to the overall process that you have your nanny followed whether she is driving or is simply walking through your neighborhood with your child. Here are two common instances that we discovered last week.
In the late evening hours of Sunday, October 18, 2015, 6 patients escaped the Sovereign Health Group (a rehabilitation center in El Cajon, California) by climbing over the fences.
5 were quickly found, but a month later, 16-year-old Michael Ryan Peterson was still missing.
This case landed on my desk on November 17, 2015 – nearly 30 full days after Michael went missing – when Michael’s grandfather called our Newport Beach office.
This is the story of the entire case, and what happened to Michael.
In any divorce due to an affair, you’re going to see financial infidelity – the hiding of assets.
Our case of the week involves a woman in exactly this situation.
Today’s case of the week was not one for the faint of heart – it involves a surveillance job that crossed into another state and five different modes of transportation: a commercial aircraft, taxicab, tour bus, helicopter and a rafting boat.
Yolanda, a 33-year-old mother of four, came into our Newport Beach office on a Thursday morning with a simple request: “Can you follow my husband on a business trip?”
“No problem,” I said (quite prematurely as it turned out), “What information do you have on the trip?”
Yolanda then reached into her purse and pulled out copies she had made from her husband’s computer. It detailed an upcoming Friday morning airline flight for “two” from Orange County John Wayne Airport to Las Vegas, Nevada. There was a return flight late Sunday evening back to Orange County. The tickets listed her husband’s name, Eric, and an unknown female named, “Carolyn.” She found no other details.
Unfortunately, child sexual abuse cases in the Roman Catholic Church, have become almost routine over the past 34 years. Today’s case of the week involves a diocese in another state that asked for our assistance. A priest had been accused of molesting a 17-year-old female. The Bishop, who is in reality the CEO of a…
This week, a fairly sophisticated businessman we’ll call “Trevor” came to our San Francisco office for tax relief help. He requested we research the best firm out there to assist people and businesseses when they fall behind on their taxes.
Trevor’s visit would be brief with no retainer or funds being exchanged.
The people that work in our company are former Federal agents of the FBI, DEA, IRS and Secret Service. To that end, all of our former IRS agents would tell you unequivocally not to be taken in by the idea that a firm can reduce the amount of your tax liability. In the vast majority of cases, this is a fairy-tale, and a way for unscrupulous businesses to take your hard-earned money.
Our case of the week involves a three-generational family that had just lost the patriarch of the family, “George”, who died a few weeks ago at the age of 91. His wife of 66 years, “Lucille”, is in relatively good health at age 89. Unfortunately, she could not say the same about her financial portfolios and investment strategies.
Like many people who have small or large portfolios, they often get stuck in a rut, letting months and years go by before they actually sit down with their financial adviser for a consultation. Most wealth managers won’t complain, as they get paid incredible fees every month or quarter – whether they perform on not.