Sunday, May 12, 2013
CBS NEWS..Crime Victims and Families of Missing Persons Turning Toward Private Investigators For Help. Clients tell private investigator they “want more” than what law enforcement is doing. Numerous young and very pretty petite blonde females appear to have vanished off the face of the earth from the mid-west and north-east, local cops and the FBI have no clues, no leads, no person of interest, no suspects and no idea what happened to Heather Hodges, Kelli Bordeaux, Paige Johnson, Holly Bobo and Lauren Spierer and many others. A reasonable person with normal intelligence might look at the missing person cases of Heather Hodges, Kelli Bordeaux, Paige Johnson, Holly Bobo and Lauren Spierer and many others who all just happen to look alike and are in the same age, ethnic, weight, height and hair color category and who were all abducted from outside of their apartment or home on the street and just might think that possibly there is some connection to all of their disappearances, ya think, read more CLICK HERE.
“You feel everything from what did I not do to protect her to how could this happen to my child, you cry inside,” said Simpfenderfer. After filing a report with Los Angeles County Sheriff’s detectives, Simpfenderfer decided to get extra help in seeking justice for his daughter. He hired valley private investigator Luis Bolanos. Simpfenderfer says the investigator was able to secure information now critical to the pending civil case against the man accused of molesting his daughter. “He gave me invaluable insight and information that we needed that has helped us to this day,” said Simpfenderfer.
The demand for private investigators is certainly on the rise. Investigators are part of a broader category of “security related services”, in which consumer spending is forecast to grow at more than 6 percent per year over the next few years, reaching almost $20 billon dollars a year by 2016 according to industry analysts. In the high profile missing person case of college student Lauren Spierer, her photo above, her parents hired private investigator “Bo” Dietl out of New York City to find information about the disappearance of their daughter, missing IU student Lauren Spierer. Bo Dietl said the Bloomington Police Department seems to be overmatched with the Lauren Spierer case. He did not have kind words to say about BPD Chief of Police Diekhoff, whom he referred to as “Gomer Pyle,” a character from “The Andy Griffith Show.” MORE FROM THIS SOURCE…