About Our Undercover Surveillance Success Stories
The case reviews below are only a few of our 2018 success stories as private detectives specializing in surveillance.
The RV Park Case
The mother of our client’s child lived in an RV vehicle parked at an RV park with her 9 year old daughter. There were explicit modifications in place that the child could not be around her mother’s 2 male step children due to past sexual allegations, nor could the child be around the mother’s current husband. The final stipulation was that mom could not consume alcohol while she had possession of the child.
We captured on film the husband and the two boys spending the weekend at the RV trailer in violation of the court order. To make things even better, we video taped the husband handing the mother a can of Miller Light in front of the child.
The Injured Hairdresser Case
One of our clients was in an automobile accident which resulted in the adverse driver suing him for injuries, claiming she was in a great deal of pain and was unable to work.
We were able to determine that the lady was a self employed hair dresser, which resulted in us capturing her on video standing for long periods of time working on clients.
We also were able to film the lady walking her dog and running up and down the stairs to her apartment. All of this activity, of course, is contrary to her lawsuit allegations.
The Working From Home Investigation
An out of state client requested that we surveil an employee/salesman who works out of his home, due to the fact that he had become very unproductive.
During 8 days of surveillance over a period of 2 weeks, the only time the sales rep left his house was to purchase alcohol. His daily activity report indicated a completely different version of activity.
The Overnight Visitor Investigation
Our client’s child’s mother was prohibited by the court order to have a boyfriend spending the night at her house while her two children were present. The boyfriend had purchased a residence directly behind her house, which came to the attention of our client.
Further investigation on our part indicated that the boyfriend’s house was under repair and not habitable. We were able to document on more than one occasion, the boyfriend entering the girlfriend’s house at night and exiting the house the following morning in violation of the court order.
Grandparent Custody Case
Our firm represented two grandparents trying to obtain custody of their infant granddaughter. Their granddaughter’s father was severely injured in an automobile accident rendering him incapable of taking care of his child.
The birth mother lived in an apartment with a number of adult family members and children. Our female agent was able to surveil the two bedroom apartment and was able to establish 6 adults and 5 children residing at the location.
We were also able to establish from social media that the birth mother’s current boyfriend, who was in prison for assaulting her, was soon to be released and was returning to the residence. All of the evidence that we obtained allowed the grandparents to obtain custody.
Infidelity at Work
The client became suspicious of the great deal of time her husband was spending at work along with the overwhelming text messages between her husband and his boss.
Subsequent surveillance captured the husband taking his boss to a bar to drink, publically showing signs of affection. The unfaithful husband was also video taped on two different occasions having a sexual encounter inside his boss’s car. Finally the pair were documented on two different occasions at a motel.
All of this activity was of course captured on video tape and will be used in the upcoming divorce.
The Coworker Affair
Our client believed her husband was having an affair with a married lady whose child went to school with hers, and also worked with her husband. Our client left for work at 5:00 am in the morning.
Our surveillance on the female target revealed that after our client went to work, she drove over to her house and spent time inside with our client’s husband. Additional surveillance caught the woman at our client’s house with her husband at lunch time.
In order to enhance her evidence against her husband, our client installed hidden cameras in her bedroom which actually captured the pair together in her bed. The husband’s actions were so severe that the marriage could not be saved.
Mid life crisis
Our client’s husband told her out of the blue that he was moving out in order to be alone so he could meditate about his goals in life and until that could be accomplished, he would be living with his boss.
As a result of surveilling our troubled husband, we found him living with a co-worker and even captured them on film, in the morning, kissing before going to work.
So much for “staying with the boss” story…
New York Visitor
Concerned wife in New York found our company through our website. She was concerned that her husband was traveling to Houston to visit his mother but also might be seeing someone else.
Our surveillance verified that her husband was spending time at the nursing home with his mother, but on each day when he was in town he visited an apartment complex where he visited a female who did not appear to be very elderly.
When the husband returned to New York he was confronted with the information we had developed and made a confession to his wife about his new friend in Houston.
Our Firm represented a client whose child’s father was an alcoholic. We were asked to surveil the father in order to determine if he still had a drinking problem in order to be prepared to address his request for more visitation time with his child.
During our surveillance we captured the father driving around town, stopping at convenience stores buying beer, and then stopping again once the beer had been consumed to purchase more beer. This was the same activity we had captured on film 3 years’ prior.
On the last day our alcoholic dad changed up by buying a 12 pack of beer and placing it in an ice chest in the front seat of his vehicle, he then drove around town and didn’t have to stop. Still hard to sell “I’m now sober.”
Non Compete Case
Our Firm was hired by a water filtration company to determine if one of their employees had violated the non compete agreement and had gone to work for a competitor, bringing proprietary information with him.
We surveilled the Target, and placed him working at the competitors’ company. We captured him on film, walking out of the front door of their office carrying a briefcase and wearing one of their company logo shirts.
To make the Case even better, the Surveillance Agent went inside after the Target left and asked for him. A male who identified himself as the President of the company gave our Investigator the target’s cell phone number and told him he would be back in tomorrow to assist him in whatever type of sale he was interested in.