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"We had a victim who received a statement from her bank for the cost of a Dell Laptop that she did not purchase. The victim filed a police report for identity theft in which she suspected her neighbor as a possible suspect. The neighbor was interviewed and denied the allegations and/or purchasing a Dell Laptop. A few weeks later I attended a training on LeadsOnline hosted by Anya and Travis. I ran the neighbor on LeadsOnline, and discovered the neighbor sold several items at a local business in our city. One of the items was a Dell Laptop that was the same color and model of the Dell Laptop purchased with the victim's personal information. The neighbor was interviewed again and shown the transaction ticket showing the neighbor sold a Dell Laptop. This time she admitted to the fraudulent use of the victim's personal information, purchasing the Dell Laptop and selling it. She was charged and transported to jail. LeadsOnline is a great tool for law enforcement!"
Det. Juan Amaro
Hialeah Police Department
"On January 30, at approximately, 11:30 a.m., a burglary occurred in Lake Mexia of Limestone County. After the case was forwarded to me on January 31, I checked LeadsOnline and found one of my suspects pawning several items from the burglary by 2:30 p.m. (3 hours after the burglary). This information led to the arrest of the first suspect. This first arrest led to two other arrests. The third arrest took place after the suspect led me on a 20 minute vehicle pursuit. The impoundment of the vehicle, which was used in the pursuit, was the vehicle involved in the Lake Mexia burglary. An inventory of the vehicle opened new cases on additional key players for POCS, credit card abuse, Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information, Possession of Dangerous Drugs, and POM. Thank you LeadsOnline! You guys are helping us make a tremendous impact in Limestone County."
Sgt. Jason Ash
Limestone County Sheriff's Office
"Our agency received a report of an apartment burglary. The difficult part about this case was that the victim in this case was serving our country in Afghanistan. The victim provided us with a list of items taken, but he did not provide serial numbers. During the investigation, we discovered that the victim's identification was also taken and that the perpetrator was using it to purchase various mobile phones. The phones were being delivered to the victim's address but were always intercepted by the perpetrator. LeadsOnline helped us in the arrest and confession of two of the victim's next door neighbors. Most of the stolen items as well as ALL of the phones were recovered and returned to the owners."
Det. Reginald Cooper
Byram Police Department
"I conducted a check of stolen property by running the name of a possible suspect. The name and birth date of the suspect showed matches for three pawns in the Pacific Beach San Diego area. Two of the three pawns matched stolen property from two vehicle burglaries, one ring and one purse. While the purse (Coach) is common the description by the victim matched perfectly. The ring, which was a family heirloom, also matched perfectly. With the assistance of LeadsOnline we were able to positively identify the suspect and make an arrest, which led to the arrest of a second suspect for unrelated crimes of identity theft. Thank you Leads Online for the assist."
Det. Aaron Mansker
Coronado Police Department
"Identity theft suspect identified through LeadsOnline hit. One simple pawn report led me to the true identity of a multi-jurisdictional identity thief. The suspect used the victim's identity to pawn some property. The video from that store gave me what I needed to positively identify the suspect and add one more count to the charge sheet. LeadsOnline comes through again."
Det. Paul Armbrust
Lake Forest Park Police Department