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Board Member P.S.A.C. - Advisory Committee to C.L.E.E.T.

25 Years Law Enforcement Experience. Bachelors & Masters in Criminal Justice.

CLEET Instructor. 15 Years in Business as a Private Investigator.

Licensed in Oklahoma and Kansas.

Smart PI Bog

I get asked a lot of questions about Private Investigations techniques, tools, training - and even interesting stories! I also get asked questions about my C.L.E.E.T. Certified Training. It is my hope that this blog will instruct you in topics relating to the field of private investigation. It is also my hope that the topics and content you find here will help you navigate some of today's safety issues.

Police at School Shootings, One leg on the Table of Solutions

I have waited on the issue of school shootings until I could offer one leg on the table of solutions. To start, many of the school resource police officers that are assigned to schools permanently are not the go-getters of the police department. All too often the officer assigned to this position does not perform well on the streets. The 1st thing is this has to be changed to the type of officer that is a go-getter and possibly it will have to be on a rotation kind of duty for the officers that are known for being go-getters. That means the public is going to have to understand that this type of officer is not known for their political correctness. In simple words, they’re not really concerned about your child’s snotty nose. 2) We are going to have to take a lesson from our comrade’s the fireman. Fireman do not walk around at the firehouse in their bunker gear. Their bunker gear is stored in a locker or someplace they can get to quickly, put on their bunker gear and be dressed for firefighting. In the school a quality secure, safe could be installed, in the safe would be the following suggested gear, 1) A high quality bulletproof vest, meaning possibly Dragon skin with ceramic plate 2) A carbine type of weapon. This type of weapon comes in several different small caliber ammunition that match the ammunition carried by police officers in their firearm, 3) A Kevlar helmet 4) Flash bangs 6 to 8 of them 5) The public is going to have to become comfortable with the objective of meeting an armed assailant is to kill the assailant. It is not the political correctness term of neutralize.

The safe is going to need to be position in as good of as location in the school as possible and bolted to the floor and wall. Why, we still have to guard against burglaries inside the school. The safe would need to be able to withstand 7 to 10 minutes of attempts to open and steal the contents. I believe cameras should be placed on the safe and are monitored by an alarms system.

Police officers are not paid to get killed. In fact, a dead police officer in a shooting situation is useless. For officers to be able to meet the aggression of an active shooter they need some of the same tools that are currently used by SWAT members. With this kind of equipment, the lone school police officer could confidently meet more than just one assailant and successfully kill the assailant without being killed himself. Hopefully the end result is students are save and the police officer goes home to their family.

You think marijuana is harmless, Colorado no longer does

Traffic Fatalities Linked to Marijuana are up Sharply in Colorado

To  View the Entire Report - Visit: TheOACP.org/Publications/Colorado

Traffic Fatalities Linked to Marijuana are up Sharply in Colorado: 
Since the legalization of recreational marijuana, the number of fatal accidents involving drivers who tested positive for marijuana has “increased at a quicker rate than the increase of pot usage in Colorado since 2013.” Many family members and loved ones of victims involved in these fatal accidents are speaking out about the inability for authorities to properly test for impairment.
 
The Denver Post article “Exclusive: Traffic fatalities linked to marijuana are up sharply in Colorado. Is legalization to blame?” cited the number of drivers identified in fatal crashes who tested positive for marijuana. There were 47 positive drivers in 2013 and 115 positive drivers in 2016, which represents a 145 percent increase.   
 
ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIDTA cites the number of fatalities when a driver tested positive for marijuana. There were 55 fatalities in 2014 and 123 fatalities in 2016 when a driver was positive for marijuana, which represents a 124 percent increase.   There have been some fatality numbers for “cannabinoid positive drivers” cited that use slightly higher figures than those used by RMHIDTA.  After careful analysis of complete data obtained from CDOT, RMHIDTA is confident the numbers cited in this report are accurate.
 
In 2016 there were a total of 149 marijuana-related traffic deaths of which:   OPERATORS include:
102 were drivers 
19 were passengers
21 were pedestrians 
7 were bicyclists
 
SAMPLING OF NEWS STORIES FROM COLORADO TOWNS AND CITIES SINCE THE LEGALIZION OF MARIJUANA:
 
“‘I never understood how we’d pass a law without first understanding the impact better,’ said Barbara Deckert, whose fiancée, Ron Edwards, was killed in 2015 in a collision with a driver who tested positive for marijuana use below the legal limit
 
“’No one’s really sure of the broad impact because not all the drivers are tested, yet people are dying,’ said Montrose County Coroner Dr. Thomas Canfield. ‘It’s this false science that marijuana is harmless
 
20-Year-Old Colorado Man Kills 8-Year-Old Girl While Driving High:
A former star athlete at Mead High School accused of fatally running over an 8-year-old Longmont girl on her bike told police he thought he'd hit the curb — until he saw the girl's stepfather waving at him, according to an arrest affidavit released July 29, 2016.  The girl was crushed by the rear right tire of the Ford F-250 pickup.  The Driver’s blood sample collected more than two hours after the collision tested positive for cannabinoids, finding 1.5 nanograms of THC per milliliter of blood
 
Valedictorian and Friends Die in Fatal Crash after Using Marijuana
According to the toxicology report, all three deceased teenagers had taken Xanax and marijuana
 
Man Killed, Woman and Two Children Injured after Vehicle Careens off I-76:
An autopsy of Griego showed he had 19ng/mL of THC in his system at the time of the crash. That is nearly 4 times the legal limit
 
“I fell asleep” Boulder Teen Pleads Guilty to Vehicular Homicide
Hefferan, who was 17 years old at the time of the accident, told the judge he “had split a joint with his friends” and fell asleep at the wheel while trying to make his midnight curfew
 
Middle School Counselor Killed by High Driver as She Helped Fellow Motorist:
The driver who hit Elliott, identified as Curtis Blodgett, 24, is being charged with vehicular homicide for allegedly smoking marijuana prior to the crash, according to The Denver Post.
 
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 Richard W. Salter Jr.
Assistant Special Agent in Charge
DEA – Oklahoma District
901 NE 122nd Street, Ste. 210,  Oklahoma City, OK  73114
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State Question 788 - A Trojan Horse

While a quick look at the title of State Question 788 may provide someone with the idea that this is a harmless bill, an actual READING of the bill is astonishing. As ex-lawenforcement, the problems in society that could occur, should this bill be passed, would be astronomical. This is a dangerous bill. I include it here in it's actual form so you can read it for yourself.

Dangers I see:

  • There are no medical conditions listed that apply to this
  • Someone taking this is actually taking a VERY strong drug, much different than what Marijuana started out as
  • Included in this bill are limitations placed upone employers
  • The person taking this drug can legally apply, receive a license to, and carry a concealed weapon.

But, please read it yourself! It is an amazingly dangerous bill!

Click here to read the bill.

Standing Together

Standing Together

Not long ago I received an investigation to do what was called a wellness check. A wellness check was done in this case to determine the status of a person they were paying compensation to for reasons unknown to me at the time. When I normally get this kind of a case it has to do with a workman’s comp injury and for the insurance company to be able to monitor if the person is still disabled. I was surprised to find on this particular case, this was not the situation.

Let me walk you through my perception and the reality of the case. My perception was the person I would be interviewing would be either elderly or disabled to a point they could barely get around, of course there is always the proverbial scam artist who when I drive up on is dancing the jig in the front yard, (by the way today is St. Patrick’s Day as I write this article).

I went to the front door of the residence, knocked on the door and it was answered by a woman who appeared to be in her mid-30s. She certainly was not disabled and had two small children running around the house. I introduced myself and explained why I was at her house. This woman was very accommodating and allowed me into the house. As I started the interview with this woman, she continued to do what mothers do with children who are five and nine years old; that is, of course, try to carry on a conversation with someone without several interruptions from the children.

She was finally able to get her children satisfied with doing something different and become comfortable with a stranger in the house. As I progressed through the interview and the questions that were given to me to ask this person, I learned something that I must say set me back a moment.

This young mother of two was the surviving spouse of a fellow law enforcement officer that had been killed in another state while performing the duties of law enforcement. While this certainly is not my first time to be presented with the death of a law enforcement officer, it was my first time to get a peek into the life of the surviving spouse. As this woman related her story to me I became even more astounded about the situation of the murder of her husband and how her life had to continue on after his murder.

This young mother’s law enforcement husband had been dispatched to a possible domestic. When her husband/officer walked into the garage of the residence, the suspect, a.k.a. murderer, raised up from a concealed location in the garage and shot and killed her husband. Of course I could go on forever about my thoughts and the dangers of law enforcement work, but I digress.

This young mother continued to tell me how she knew that any time she received a knock on the door and it was the commanders from her husband’s law enforcement agency on the front porch she knew the information would not be good. She stated she then went to the hospital where her husband had already died from the gunshot wound he received that went above his bulletproof vest.

The next part of the story is amazing, sad, and rejoiceful all at the same time. This young mother and her deceased law enforcement husband were expecting their second child. Eight hours after her husband had died in the hospital she gave birth to a beautiful little girl.

As I interviewed this woman. She made it clear that while her husband had been murdered on duty, she still had a family to raise. This woman did not elaborate on how she got through the murder of her husband and the instant responsibility of being a single parent with a brand-new baby. All I really know is at some point she decided it was best to come back to Oklahoma and to her family for the support that she would need to raise her two children.

As I talked to this woman, it was apparent she did not see herself as a victim, but as a single mother raising two children. She was not interested in dating or finding someone as a partner to help her with her children; she had her family for that. It appeared to me she saw she had a responsibility to her two children that outweighed everything else. She could not bring back her deceased husband, she cannot rebuild the life they had but she could raise their children to be strong and resilient.

Now I will get to the title of this article Standing Together. In today’s world there is an embraced insignia that is used to unite law enforcement. It is called the thin blue line. While this terminology has been around for a long time, it has caught on with popularity. There are flags that can be flown showing the thin blue line and numerous other such symbols that are shown as a solidarity for law enforcement.

After I got through with my interview with this young mother, I could not think of anything more important than what I could do for this young mother and her children. Luckily in Oklahoma and in Oklahoma City we have a strong group of surviving spouses and family members of slain officers. These people bond together and become companions to each other in a way that no one can understand unless you’ve walked in their shoes. As vice president for the Oklahoma Sheriff’s and Peace Officers Association. I went to our headquarters office and got what truly was nothing more than a few appreciative trinkets to give to her and her children. I returned back to her house and gave her those items I had retrieved. Some of those were for her and some of them were for her and her children. In my opinion, this woman is an American hero, along with her murdered law enforcement husband.

To those who have never been a part of the law enforcement community, this is the reality of every family of every law enforcement officer. Let me say thank you to our law enforcement officers and God protect you. Let me say to each law enforcement family stand strong in knowing the thin blue line is here for you. It crosses all states, all counties, and all cities. I will end this by saying All LAW ENFORCEMENT LIVES MATTER!

Skeleton Looking

This will be a short article. On June 17, 2017 Smart Private Investigations will be looking for a skeleton of a man that came up missing in August of 2015. The searchers will meet at 8:00 am on Hwy 51 in the area of Canton Oklahoma. We will meet at a bar that is known as 7 mile bar but in reality it is Bels County Inn Bar and Grill. It is located at Hwy 51 and County road 2410. It is a green building with a bunch of portable bathrooms on the east side of the building.

Smart Private Investigations has been working on it for several months and OSBI has been working on the case since August 2015.

In short the man’s pickup was found in the area that we will be searching and a possible last sighting of the man a mile south of where his pickup was located. We know when his cell phone was last used and the battery died.

This search is to assist the family of the missing and presumed dead man. He has 2 young boys, a brother and an ex-wife, all of whom want closure to this situation.

If you want to assist it would be greatly appreciated by me, the family and OSBI.   If you can make it please call my office and leave your name and the number of people who will be coming with you. Thanks for reading this.

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Photo of 7 mile bar or Bels County Inn Bar and grill

Standing Together

Standing Together

Not long ago I received an investigation to do what was called a wellness check. A wellness check was done in this case to determine the status of a person they were paying compensation to for reasons unknown to me at the time. When I normally get this kind of a case it has to do with a workman’s comp injury and for the insurance company to be able to monitor if the person is still disabled. I was surprised to find on this particular case, this was not the situation.

Let me walk you through my perception and the reality of the case. My perception was the person I would be interviewing would be either elderly or disabled to a point they could barely get around, of course there is always the proverbial scam artist who when I drive up on is dancing the jig in the front yard, (by the way today is St. Patrick’s Day as I write this article).

I went to the front door of the residence, knocked on the door and it was answered by a woman who appeared to be in her mid-30s. She certainly was not disabled and had two small children running around the house. I introduced myself and explained why I was at her house. This woman was very accommodating and allowed me into the house.  As I started the interview with this woman, she continued to do what mothers do with children who are five and nine years old; that is, of course, try to carry on a conversation with someone without several interruptions from the children.

She was finally able to get her children satisfied with doing something different and become comfortable with a stranger in the house. As I progressed through the interview and the questions that were given to me to ask this person, I learned something that I must say set me back a moment.

This young mother of two was the surviving spouse of a fellow law enforcement officer that had been killed in another state while performing the duties of law enforcement.  While this certainly is not my first time to be presented with the death of a law enforcement officer, it was my first time to get a peek into the life of the surviving spouse. As this woman related her story to me I became even more astounded about the situation of the murder of her husband and how her life had to continue on after his murder.

This young mother’s law enforcement husband had been dispatched to a possible domestic. When her husband/officer walked into the garage of the residence, the suspect, a.k.a. murderer, raised up from a concealed location in the garage and shot and killed her husband.  Of course I could go on forever about my thoughts and the dangers of law enforcement work, but I digress.

This young mother continued to tell me how she knew that any time she received a knock on the door and it was the commanders from her husband’s law enforcement agency on the front porch she knew the information would not be good.  She stated she then went to the hospital where her husband had already died from the gunshot wound he received that went above his bulletproof vest.

The next part of the story is amazing, sad, and rejoiceful all at the same time. This young mother and her deceased law enforcement husband were expecting their second child. Eight hours after her husband had died in the hospital she gave birth to a beautiful little girl. 

As I interviewed this woman. She made it clear that while her husband had been murdered on duty, she still had a family to raise. This woman did not elaborate on how she got through the murder of her husband and the instant responsibility of being a single parent with a brand-new baby. All I really know is at some point she decided it was best to come back to Oklahoma and to her family for the support that she would need to raise her two children. 

As I talked to this woman, it was apparent she did not see herself as a victim, but as a single mother raising two children. She was not interested in dating or finding someone as a partner to help her with her children; she had her family for that.  It appeared to me she saw she had a responsibility to her two children that outweighed everything else. She could not bring back her deceased husband, she cannot rebuild the life they had but she could raise their children to be strong and resilient.

Now I will get to the title of this article Standing Together.  In today’s world there is an embraced insignia that is used to unite law enforcement. It is called the thin blue line. While this terminology has been around for a long time, it has caught on with popularity. There are flags that can be flown showing the thin blue line and numerous other such symbols that are shown as a solidarity for law enforcement.

After I got through with my interview with this young mother, I could not think of anything more important than what I could do for this young mother and her children. Luckily in Oklahoma and in Oklahoma City we have a strong group of surviving spouses and family members of slain officers. These people bond together and become companions to each other in a way that no one can understand unless you’ve walked in their shoes. As vice president for the Oklahoma Sheriff’s and Peace Officers Association. I went to our headquarters office and got what truly was nothing more than a few appreciative trinkets to give to her and her children. I returned back to her house and gave her those items I had retrieved. Some of those were for her and some of them were for her and her children.  In my opinion, this woman is an American hero, along with her murdered law enforcement husband.

To those who have never been a part of the law enforcement community, this is the reality of every family of every law enforcement officer. Let me say thank you to our law enforcement officers and God protect you. Let me say to each law enforcement family stand strong in knowing the thin blue line is here for you. It crosses all states, all counties, and all cities. I will end this by saying All LAW ENFORCEMENT LIVES MATTER!

Hot off the Press Bogus Kubota Tractor for sale.

Hot off the Press Bogus Kubota Tractor for sale.

I just worked a case where my nephew was smart enough not to send $6000 to a scam. Here is the important information. The scam is being run by a person calling herself Molly Burnett. She is claiming to have a Kubota tractor for sale due to her father’s recent death. The serial number she provides is 50166. For your information, an actual Kubota VIN has letters and numbers. She placed an ad in the Tulsa, Oklahoma, classified ads for the sale of this tractor using the following phone number: (878) 444-0647. This phone number leads you to a Google phone number account that no one will answer, but you can leave a message. You will receive a text message back from phone number (724) 313- 6164. This person will tell you they’re trying to help out the family member whose father had recently died. They want you to give them an Amazon card number or credit card number, where they will charge only $2000 of the $6000 they are selling the tractor for.

The Kubota tractor they are supposedly selling is a 2002 Kubota B2910 tractor 30 hp diesel engine with only 645 actual hours. They go on to state it has all the original floor mats, all books, with a complete set of tools, the keys, and everything works on the tractor. They also state they will give you five days to inspect it once it has been delivered. They state they had a buyer who could not get finances for the tractor and they had already paid for shipping and could not get a refund on their shipping fees. They stated they would go ahead and pay for the shipping. Of course we don’t know where the supposed first buyer was going to have it shipped to. They also state the Kubota tractor is free of any liens and the title is clear. In addition, they state again they have the all documents, service records, owner manuals and it will come with the tractor.

The scam email address for bogus Molly Burnett is as follows: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. When I ran this name and email address through my national databank’s, It came back to a person that showed was 132 years old and currently deceased. Molly lists herself as Staff Sgt. Molly Burnett of the Fairchild Air Force Base. The law enforcement at Fairchild Air Force Base ran her name through their computers and she is not at Fairchild Air Force Base. They are aware of this scam and are currently working on it. Molly Burnett states in her email she is from the Fairchild Air Force Base in Washington

They also have a bogus Amazon account. It does not say Amazon.com. It says Amazon.inc.

They will also send you several very nice photo of a red Kubota Tractor.

Update on International Case

In my August 25th 2016 article, I mentioned Smart Private Investigations had been contacted by a person representing an attorney out of Egypt. In the article, I had stated I would keep you updated on the end result of this investigation.

The person contacting me was in Kuwait and also had connections to London. Being the skeptic I am, I proceeded with extreme caution. The end result was that the case was a legitimate case and all the people involved were not of some nefarious scheme.

I found out a few things that will assist me in the future. The first, was how to receive payment from countries outside of the US banking system. The second one was that it was worth doing my due diligence to ensure this case was not some kind of a phishing scheme.

I am glad to report the customers in Kuwait and Egypt were both very satisfied with the work that was performed by Smart Private Investigations and stated they felt comfortable in referring Smart Private Investigations to other attorneys international.  Whether this will mean I get free trips in a privately owned Learjet to the vacation spots of the world to work highly involved international cases is yet to be seen.  For right now, Smart Private Investigations will stay on the same track that has made it successful.

How to Handle Verbally Aggressive Juveniles

How to Handle Verbally Aggressive Juveniles

In my years as a police officer. I saw the neighborhoods turned over to thugs and gang members. After watching this for many years, it became apparent to me how you lose your neighborhood. The neighborhoods that were lost to thugs and gang members was due to the people who live there not standing up for their rights and their neighborhoods. They would not call the police, they wouldn't use the city codes, and they did not take interest in their neighbors. This is the environment that breeds neighborhoods of high crime. It can happen to any neighborhood.  Once it happens, it is difficult but very possible to regain your neighborhood. You will need to enlist the help of the police and show them you're serious, meaning you will go to court. You'll need to enlist the help of your code enforcement to enforce the city codes. You will also need to watch out for your neighbor. On August 26 of this year two juveniles and later a third came into the private park that is owned by the homeowners association. I was informed by one of the board members they felt as if there was possible drug dealings going on. The police had been there, but did not know this was a private park and there was no one there to meet the police from the neighborhood to sign a trespassing complaint.  The president of the Association came by my house and told me about the situation. I grab my video camera and went down to where the juveniles were at and videotaped their foul language and their aggressive behavior. The police were called again and by the time they got there the juveniles were gone, but we have the videotape of their nasty behavior and the officers were informed I would sign a complaint against them. I will try and attached the video file of the incident. There is one key behavior that I want you to pay particular attention to. The juvenile with the glasses wanted to come up to me and talk. You'll see I told him to stop and not approach me. The reason for that is that is how these thugs line you up for a sucker punch. Always be careful when dealing with this kind of a situation and often times the camera is a very effective weapon. Have a good day and thank you for reading

Smart Private Investigations is again working on an International Case.

Smart Private Investigations is again working on an International Case.

Yesterday I was contacted by a person from London, England who lives in Kuwait and working for an Egyptian lawyer. Ok I can hear you now, it’s a scam. I am making sure it is not a scam and by all research it is a good case and client. I will have to see how it continues to work out. If it is a scam I will let you know, If not then again I am working on an International case. Yes I have worked 3 International cases before. 1) was in the Netherlands where I located a stolen child, 2) In China where I located a man’s Chinese wife. He was also married in the United Stated 3) when I went Cancun on a case to follow a man on his trip there.  

I was supposedly referred to the person in Kuwait and they called my office after looking at my web site.

Being Served a Subpoena

Being Served a Subpoena

I recently served a person a subpoena for a pending lawsuit that had been filed against them. It always amazes me that some people when they are served a subpoena become hostile. This particular person was inside his vehicle and would not open his doors, so I laid the subpoena on the hood of his vehicle and walked away as the person in the vehicle gave the ole one finger salute. This person then got out of his vehicle and told me to come back and tell him what I laid on his vehicle. He then said he was going to kick my butt and I did not know who he was. Obviously, he thought he was important to the world. I did not return to explain the subpoena and I did not bother with his pseudo-position in the world.

It is not process server’s fault that a lawsuit has been filed against you. A process server is just doing a job for the court. I have been served many subpoenas in the course of my law enforcement career and as a private investigator. I have never become upset with the process server, that person has nothing to do with the filed lawsuit. Once I get a subpoena I contact the attorneys involved who I am working for and let them handle the subpoena request.

If you are ever served a subpoena remember the process server is only a messenger. If you want to get upset with someone, look in the mirror and yell at yourself.

Suspicious Vehicle from Your Bedroom Window

The question is sometime asked what is a suspicious vehicle or suspicious activity. Below I give you a real-life example of what is a suspicious vehicle. On May 21 at approximately 12:30 AM I was closing the blinds to my upstairs bedroom. I had returned from a trip at 11:30 PM and when I drove in my garage notice there was no unusual vehicles on the street. As I went to close my window blinds, I saw a pickup parked across the street from my house and in between my neighbor’s houses on the street. I did not recognize the vehicle as one of my neighbor’s vehicles. The pickup was parked in such a manner that it did not appear to be someone visiting one of my neighbors. I watch the vehicle for approximately 15 minutes and did not notice any movement or any lights.  At this point, I decided the vehicle met the definition of a suspicious vehicle. Now you may ask why? 1) It was a vehicle that had never been in the area before, 2) It was parked in such a manner that it did not seem to be a visitor to a neighbor, 3) It was a vehicle I had never seen in a neighbor’s driveway, 4) The placement of the vehicle was indicative of someone possibly prowling the neighborhood or seeing heaven by the dashboard lights, by any standard it needed further investigation.  The worst foreseeable outcome would be that it was a visitor to a neighbor. I could afford to take that kind of a risk.  I called the Oklahoma City police and gave the dispatcher a description of the outside of the vehicle as I watched it through my upstairs window.  It was approximately 5 minutes later I saw an Oklahoma City scout car driving down the street with its lights off. The officer driving the vehicle drove past the vehicle and then returned back to the vehicle. Once he positioned himself properly behind the vehicle. He went up to the vehicle and found it was occupied by one male.  When it was all over and done with. I went out and talked with the officer and found out the occupant of the vehicle apparently had been kicked out of this residence and was just looking for a place to sleep. The vehicle left the area and I thanked the Oklahoma City police officer for his time and complemented him on his tactical approach of the vehicle. I hope this helps with helping to define suspicious activity or suspicious vehicles.

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