Romance: Anaheim private eye offers his services to track down old flames that still flicker.
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If we lost our innocence on a Dallas street corner in 1963, our invincibility in the jungles of Vietnam, did we lose our sense of security in front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal building on April 19? The bombing in Oklahoma City focused our attention on our own safety, in a county where a talk show host can exhort listeners to shoot for a Federal agent’s head.
Tom Martin was on a Tokyo subway when poison gas struck down passengers in five underground trains, killing 10 people and injuring nearly 5,000, including scores who remained critically ill. The closest train was a block from the one carrying Martin.
Now retired as a Drug Enforcement agent, private investigator Thomas Martin chases down ex-husbands, finds telephone bugs and helps overturn convictions of what turned out to be innocent victims.
Martin, owner of Martin Investigative Services of Orange, was the first Federal drug enforcement agent to receive 100 percent pure heroin during a sting operation. The 4 year-old son of a Mexican Mafia member delivered the drugs.
From policies to private eyes, workers’ comp tightens up.
After two suspicious workers’ compensation claims doubled Daniel Di Giacomo’s insurance rates, he decided to act.
Michael L. Mann was a rising star in the Long Beach office of a manufacturer of underground storage tanks.
People who knew Mann told investigators that he was a hard worker who had risen through the company’s ranks to become executive vice president in charge of daily operations.
The new haircut and polished shoes of today’s job applicant may be hiding a past of thievery and folly. Thomas G. Martin, founder of Martin Investigative Services, helps employers find that out before they hire.
A private investigator highly regarded and widely used by attorneys and other clients in Orange County and nationwide, Thomas G. Martin recently appeared on “A Current Affair” and has appeared on other television programs. Martin and his team of investigators sleuth a wide variety of cases, including civil and criminal, background check, surveillance, and missing persons. Before founding Martin Investigative Services in Tustin in 1981, he was a Federal narcotics agent.
After standing by her husband, Joseph (Mac) Duffy, the reputed con man charged with swindling women out of their savings to lead a life of luxury, Sylvianne Lestringant had his bail revoked so she could use the money for an investment, her private investigator said Thursday.
Investigator turns from drugs to bugs to keep board room safe for business.