A collection of articles about a recent investigation by Martin Investigative Services which led to the arrest of a famous magazine photographer.
In the nearly four months since Cal Poly Pomona student Christina Burmeister, 20, was slain, her family has waited for a breakthrough in the perplexing case.
None has come, so the Cerritos family has hired private investigator Thomas Martin, president of Martin Investigative Services in Anaheim.
Not everybody needs an attorney or thinks their mate is cheating on them. I’m hoping that people will read the three or four chapters that pertain to them at this particular point in their lives.
Romance: Anaheim private eye offers his services to track down old flames that still flicker.
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.
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.
Janet Evans didn’t have to mention the word “drugs.”
When the three-time Olympic gold medal swimmer appeared Tuesday at the William Lyon School in Orange, where most students come from families in which abuse, neglect and drug use are common, all she had to do was talk about being disciplined.