Thomas G. Martin appears on All Politics Is Local on WCRN 830 AM Radio in Boston to discuss the interview and interrogation process that possibly took place between FBI agents and Hillary Clinton, and the opioid problem in the United States.
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Thomas G. Martin appeared on The WBAP Morning News (WBAP 820 AM) to discuss his opinions on how the FBI would have interviewed Hillary Clinton.
Thomas G. Martin appeared on Trending Today USA with Rusty Humphries on the USA RADIO NETWORK/IRN to discuss his opinions on how the FBI would have interviewed Hillary Clinton.
Thomas G. Martin appeared on KAAL-TV ABC6 News on May 11, 2016 to discuss the role of social media in law enforcement.
An alleged crime ring was busted this week in connection with what police say was the theft of $15,000 worth of toy loot, mostly Legos. “Legos are like gold,” Thomas Martin, who runs a private investigative service in southern California, told ABC News today. “Every child wants them; they last forever and are passed down through generations.”
Derek Seehausen is a 26-year-old medical student that went missing on or about August 5, 2014. This is a collection of articles regarding the case.
Here are some of the most common cases my private investigation firm sees every single year. While most of these problems can be avoided or circumvented altogether, management is usually unaware that these are actually happening within their company.
While organized retail crime has become a growing trend that vexes businesses, what appears to be an old-fashioned five-finger discount recently plagued the mother of all jewelry retailers, Tiffany & Co.
It may be the most wonderful time of year for retailers, but it’s also a good time for workers who want to steal from them.
Employee theft has been known to pick up during the holiday hustle and bustle – and with the labor market on the rocks and cash-strapped Americans bracing for the fiscal cliff, retailers across the country could see more of it this holiday season than ever.
Shoppers are not the only ones looking for things to buy during the holiday season; thieves are on the hunt too. Police say people are out to re-sell luxury stolen goods or to enjoy them for personal use.