Thursday, June 26, 2014
Along the way, the PI’s expose unfaithful husbands and wives, impassioned love triangles with unexpected twists and assorted deception in people’s personal and business dealings. The channel describes the 52-year-old Brian Wolfe as “a no-nonsense guy with a thick Boston brogue and a talent for detecting fact from fiction.” Brian Wolfe, one of three children, grew up in Tewksbury, Mass., with an interest in sports and got as far as playing minor league baseball. He did computer work for a while and decided he wanted to become a private detective after tracking down his own car after it had been stolen. The series airs 9 p.m. Tuesdays on Investigation Discovery, see http://tbo.com/plant-city/plant-city-couples-private-investigator-son-in-limelight-in-new-cable-tv-show-20140625/
I turned the tables on the criminals and made them the victims. I found some of my electronic items, TV, etc., in a Pawn Shop in Panama City Fl and got the owner to give me the information (drivers license) of the person who pawned my items. I contacted the local cops and NBC affiliate WJHG Newschannel 7 | Panama City, FL and the rest is history. As part of his probation, lead burglar and convicted felon Steven E. Ruth, was compelled to pay me for damages and items destroyed in the burglary of my house, $1,360.80, I made sure I was in Court during the process and collected every penny, case closed.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com