Affluenza runs rampant here in Orange County. In many cases, mom and dad are completely caught up in their own lives. They’re off chasing money, career, drugs, sexual excitement… giving very little care or direction to the children they have borne. When their offspring cause them trouble, these parents try to buy their way out of whatever inconvenience their child has created.
A 65-year father mysteriously disappeared last month, and we’re trying to help find him.
Craig Wilson was last seen on February 9, 2016. A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the location of Craig.
Dozens of people expressed interest in the Michael Ryan Peterson runaway case. We had about 30 missing person cases like this in 2015. Some were a little tougher and unfortunately, there are three cases where we still haven’t the missing person.
Those cases keep you up at night.
A couple days ago, I received three photos from Michael’s grandparents, who visited him today in Utah. Above is one of them. What a great Christmas present for all three.
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.
This week I turned down 6 cases from people that wanted to hire us to find a missed “love connection”. While we are really good at helping people, when clients come to us with matters of love, sometimes we have to help them temper expectations with a dose of common sense. Here are some of…
Our case of the week was a fairly routine locate case for a lost son, but it had a unique twist: The participants in the case are some of the oldest we have ever worked for.
My case of the week involved finding and helping a 24 year-old girl with a drug problem. It all started when I spoke with a medical professional here in Orange County, who told me he had received a disturbing call from one of his daughter’s friends, Rachel.
Brian Gewirtz was a young man that was loved by family and friends. The 20-year-old autistic man was missing for 44 days before his body was discovered a mere two miles from his family’s home.
I have decided to start a free locate service at Martin Investigative Services, where we will locate immediate family members for those who are dying or have a terminal illness. Details of the program are below, but first, here’s what led to my decision to do this.
In many missing persons cases, the person actually wants to disappear. Sometimes they don’t even realize that friends and family know they are missing. In the case of a 63-year-old South Carolina resident, other elements appear to be at play. Danny Atkins disappeared on January 20. He was last seen in Tabor City, NC, and…