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Courts: Protect Your Process Servers


Published on June 20th, 2016
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I’ve blogged about this before.  Too many times, process servers are assaulted and the very courts they are serving summonses for do nothing about it. The latest incident resulted in death.  A female process server was attacked and killed by dogs.  http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/06/17/dogs-kill-woman-serving-court-papers-at-texas-home.html In the 24+ years I have been serving for the courts, I’ve been […]

Rugen Team Now Offering Cell Phone Data Retrieval


Published on May 23rd, 2015
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We are very excited about a new service we are offering. It is all done in house and unlike most private investigator companies, we do not subcontract it out to other private detectives. We are now offering retrieval of data from cell phones otherwise called cell phone forensics. The criteria you must meet for us […]

Do You Have Spyware on Your Smartphone?


Published on March 19th, 2015
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You’ve seen the ads for putting spyware on someone’s smartphone.  However, your phone MUST have been “jailbroken” (if an iPhone) or rooted (if an Android) in order for spyware to be installed.  Further, someone would need to have their hands on your phone for as little as 15 minutes to install spyware!  If you have […]

Looking at the Accuracy of the Ferguson Coverage


Published on November 25th, 2014
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Most people this morning are probably talking about whether the St. Louis County grand jury decision not to indict a police officer for shooting a Ferguson, Missouri, 18 year old who had just robbed a store was fair or not.  My opinion is insignificant in the many voices going back and forth. Instead, as a […]

The Kansas City Royals Way of Saying Thank You?


Published on November 17th, 2014
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The hits just keep on coming from the Kansas City Royals.  After years of having, at times, a mediocre time at best and struggling at worst, after winning the American League pennant this year, they are not showing much appreciation for the fans that have stuck by them. I have been a partial season ticket […]

Petraeus, Terrorists & Teenagers


Published on November 14th, 2012
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What do General David Petraeus, terrorists, and America’s teenagers have in common? They all like to exchange emails without being caught. One of the techniques that all three parties have used involves getting a free email account like yahoo or gmail (Google). Then, they share a common email address with whomever they want to communicate […]

Not Another Victim


Published on September 18th, 2012
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I have been in the process service and private investigation business since 1994. I have seen a lot including being bit by a dog some seven years ago. That injury still causes me problems today. At the time, the people I served (whose dog bit me) threatened to sue me because animal control took their […]

Stupid Criminals


Published on August 20th, 2012
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Today is the first of a periodic installment of what we all like to call: Stupid Criminals. This will be a light hearted approach at stupid things people do when they are in the alleged act of a potential crime (did that cover our backside enough for legal purposes?) A woman who calls 911 looking […]