During the month of July we had a record number of cheating spouses. We caught a total of 9 cheating spouses. Five were husbands and four were wives. What makes this so significant is during the week of July 21 we caught 7 of them.
In july we were contacted by a national trucking company that had a hub in Macon, GA. They believed they had discovered an internal theft ring with some of their drivers, which involved diesel fuel theft.
A few months ago I was contacted by criminal defense attorney Barry Gibson. He requested my services on a rape case he was defending that was in the metro Atlanta area. I went and met with the young man and interviewed him for about two hours. I came away from the meeting believing two things.
This was a very good year for Southern Professional Investigations. On the domestic investigation side we caught 33 cheating spouses for the year;18 men and 15 women. On the women's side three of those were found to be in a lesbian relationship.
Recently we have had several of our client's call us and stating that their spouse accused them of physical violence and the police were called to the residence.
We recently were hired by a client who had a rape charge hanging over his head for the past 7 years. After reviewing the police report, it was determined that a sloppy investigation was conducted and several important witnesses were not interviewed.
As of November 19, 2013 Southern Professional Investigations has caught 32 cheating spouses for the year. Cheating husbands are a little ahead with 18 and cheating wives at 14.
A few days ago we received a call from a wife who had hired another PI company and paid them a retainer of $5,000. After three weeks they had nothing to show for that large amount of money.
Published: May 14, 2013
By CHUCK WILLIAMS — firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday night I went to Athens, GA on another cheating spouse. This time the husband was suspected of carrying on an affair with a local law enforcement officer. Sure enough I arrived at 11:30 PM and there was the husband's car parked next to a marked law enforcement vehicle.