PRIVATE EYES OF TEXAS

August of 2017 Edition

A Message from J.J.,

Chief Investigator GradoniThis newsletter is our second of the year, documenting more of our successes for our clients. Having the best team of Investigators I’ve ever had working for me, along with our philosophy of “leaving no stone unturned,” helps us continue to have success for our clients in all areas; criminal defense, family law, and the corporate world.

Getting results takes daily effort following all the leads and being thorough in every aspect of the investigation.

Kayla Koenig, our Administrative Assistant for the last 5 years, is leaving our firm to take a job with Montgomery County. Her expertise and ability to handle multiple tasks at the same time will be sorely missed. Everyone on our team wishes Kayla great success in this new opportunity.  As a result of the change, instead of sending documents and case suggestions to kayla@gradoni.com you can now send all your pertinent correspondence to admin(at)gradoni.com.

Ann Smith will be taking over Kayla’s duties.

Cases Reviewed In This Edition of The Newsletter

  • Busted from New Jersey; Infidelity & Cheating
    Long Reach from New Jersey We were contacted by a lady in New Jersey who had identified our firm as a result of an internet search. The female had been looking at her husband’s phone and found that there was a number of calls to a particular female living in the Sugar Land area. Our
  • The Real Estate Stalker Investigation
    Our firm was hired by a Real Estate Agent who was being stalked by a female who was the former girlfriend of the real estate agent’s current boyfriend. Our client’s efforts to get police involved were not successful. Gradoni & Associates Gets Involved Investigators presented the stalker with a cease and desist letter telling her
  • Grandparents Succeed in Retaining Custody
    Attorney Ruth L. Vernier represented two grandparents who had custody of their granddaughter. Their daughter, the child’s mother, had died a few years ago and the grandparents had custody due to the fact that the biological father had a drinking problem. The biological father, who was living with his brother, had filed for full custody.
  • The Scoundrel Investigation
    Our client, a single mom, entered into a relationship with a male who told her he was a doctor. This boyfriend was very secretive regarding where he lived, but was able to talk our client into giving him a “a sizeable loan”. She also paid to repair the car he was driving. He then disappeared.
  • Capital Murder Charge Dismissed in Cell Phone Scheme
    Attorney Katherine Scardino represented one of two brothers charged with Capital Murder in Montgomery County, along with two other co-defendants. The State of Texas alleged that the two brothers set the complainant up to purchase a phone and during the meeting at a public park he was shot to death during the robbery attempt. The
  • Robbery & Murder Charges Dismissed
    Attorney Skip Cornelius represented a defendant charged with the robbery murder of an individual near an apartment complex in Southwest Houston. The State’s case was based on two witness statements. The first statement came from the defendant’s girlfriend, who advised that he had informed her that he had committed a robbery in that area at
  • Witness Located for Criminal Appeal
    Our firm was contacted by Palen Law, in Wyoming, who was trying to locate an attorney who had represented their client a number of years before. The information was necessary so the Palen Law Firm could make contact with this attorney regarding his original defense in order to assist them in filing an appeal. The
  • The Strangulation Investigation
    Colin Amann represented a young man who had been charged by his live-in girlfriend with choking her one night at her residence. The defendant denied committing the assault, but did admit to breaking the girlfriend’s car window during the altercation that occurred. Gradoni & Associates Investigates Our background investigation on our
  • Old Investigation Spurs Conviction in New Case
    Three years ago we were hired by the father of a juvenile girl who was sexually assaulted by an adult. We conducted a number of interviews that could have been utilized to file charges against the attacker. At that point in time the family decided not to pursue charges in order to save their daughter
  • 30 Year Old Murder Case Investigation
    In 1985 there was an altercation at a night club at closing time which resulted in the shooting death of an individual involved in an altercation in the parking lot. One of the off-duty officers fought with the shooter before he managed to get into a vehicle and drive from the scene. The officers identified
  • The Attack on the Chinese Restaurant
    Brad Loper represented an individual who had entered a Chinese restaurant, screaming and yelling at patrons and waitresses with a knife. The defendant was arrested a short time later, after he left the restaurant. The State alleged that he had placed members of the staff in fear of their lives by his actions and therefore
  • One For The Books: Doped Up
    Our office receives requests on a daily basis from attorneys and private citizens. We recently took in a call from a lady who advised that her phone and house were bugged and she believed her neighbors are “doping [her] up” and coming into her house. The caller stated she had put locks on all her
  • The 20 Truck Heist Investigation
    Attorney Jack B. Carroll represented a business man in Florida who had wired $420,000 to an individual in Houston to purchase 20 new Toyota trucks that were going to be sold to an oil company in South America. After Jack’s client sent the money he was given paperwork indicating that the trucks had been ordered

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