“I was able to arrest a subject last week after recovering over 15 items on LeadsOnline.
The suspect started using ‘crack’ about six months ago and to support his habit he stole jewelry, guns, video games and several other items from neighbors and family members. With the help of LeadsOnline, I recovered almost all of the stolen items.
I was also able to get a confession once I showed [the suspect] the pawn tickets from your system. As a result, warrants were issued yesterday.”
Det. Sgt. Keith Stumpf
Woodson Terrace Police Department
“Our agency received a report of an apartment burglary. The difficult part about this case was that the victim in this case was serving our country in Afghanistan. The victim provided us with a list of items taken, but he did not provide serial numbers. During the investigation, we discovered that the victim’s identification was also taken and that the perpetrator was using it to purchase various mobile phones. The phones were being delivered to the victim’s address but were always intercepted by the perpetrator. LeadsOnline helped us in the arrest and confession of two of the victim’s next door neighbors. Most of the stolen items as well as ALL of the phones were recovered and returned to the owners.”
Det. Reginald Cooper
Byram Police Department
We had a victim who received a statement from her bank for the cost of a Dell Laptop that she did not purchase. The victim filed a police report for identity theft in which she suspected her neighbor as a possible suspect. The neighbor was interviewed and denied the allegations and/or purchasing a Dell Laptop. A few weeks later I attended a training on LeadsOnline hosted by Anya and Travis. I ran the neighbor on LeadsOnline, and discovered the neighbor sold several items at a local business in our city. One of the items was a Dell Laptop that was the same color and model of the Dell Laptop purchased with the victim’s personal information. The neighbor was interviewed again and shown the transaction ticket showing the neighbor sold a Dell Laptop. This time she admitted to the fraudulent use of the victim’s personal information, purchasing the Dell Laptop and selling it. She was charged and transported to jail. LeadsOnline is a great tool for law enforcement!”
Det. Juan Amaro
Hialeah Police Department