Suspect asks sister to sell stolen jewelry in different state

“We had a case where jewelry was stolen from a retirement home from three victims. The victims were all in their 90s. The retirement home had a suspect, and after running her name through LeadsOnline it came up empty. I ran a search with the same name outside of our state and low and behold, I found a match. The first name was different so I called the business where the jewelry was sold. After obtaining information, I discovered it was the sister of the suspect. The suspect told her own sister that her boyfriend gave her the jewelry and asked her to sell it because she didn’t have a license to drive to West Virginia. After speaking with the suspect by phone, she called her sister and told her the jewelry was stolen. The sister that had nothing to do with the crime gave me a statement stating her sister did steal the jewelry and admitted it to her. This is yet another case where LeadsOnline helped me solve it. Thank you.”

Inv. Patrick Hobbs
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

Stolen firearms found, Multiple burglaries solved in Alabama using LeadsOnline

“A neighbor spotted a suspicious vehicle at a residence in South Montgomery County, Alabama and notified the Sheriff’s Office. The vehicle left the scene, the neighbor followed while keeping the Sheriff’s Office apprised of their travels. Long story shortened, the burglars were caught and identified. Thanks to LeadsOnline, once we identified the burglars, we checked them through LeadsOnline and identified nearly forty items, mostly firearms, the pair had pawned in a short period of time. From this we were able to solve several burglaries in Montgomery County and recovered quite a bit of property for our victims. We shared our information with neighboring counties and they found the pair had also been active in at least one other county.”

Inv. Bill Ballance
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

Drills stolen from Ohio business and recovered with LeadsOnline

“We recently had two cases of breaking and entering at a local business. The suspect took 20 carbine drill bits and took them to the scrap yard. I ran the suspect’s name, who was an ex-employee, and I located where he scrapped the drill bits. Cohen and HSI Security was very helpful in my investigation and gathering the evidence needed in my investigation.”

Det. Nathan Wilson
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office