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Case No.
20128804CF10A
Broward County


The defendant was charged with Burglary to a conveyance with a battery with serious injury. The state alleged that the defendant randomly selected the victim, walked up to him as he was seated on the front passenger side of a vehicle and began punching the victim through an open window. Both the victim and the driver provided a sworn recorded statement that they had never met the defendant prior and knew of no reason the defendant would have to attack the victim. Our investigation produced an independent witness that was familiar with both the defendant and the victim. That witness provided our investigator a sworn statement that in the past she witnessed the victim and his witness at the victim’s resident. Our witness further stated that earlier on the evening she was present and witnessed the victim sell the defendant a small bag of mushrooms (hallucinogen). We also obtained the defendant’s cell phone and was able to recover data showing a history between the victim and defendant. The victim’s contact name in the defendant’s phone was “shrooms”.

Result: The state reduced the charge to a misdemeanor with probation.

 
       

 

Case No.
2012CF002602AXX
Palm Beach County Courts


The defendant was charged with one count of resisting, one count of felony fleeing and eluding, and several traffic violations. The state alleged that a group of undercover narcotics officers observed the defendant exit a gas station and while exiting that station’s property, failed to stop for a stop sign, crossing several lands of traffic while cutting off passing vehicles. The officers then began following the defendant in an attempt to stop him and his passenger, who was his very pregnant girlfriend. While attempting to stop the defendant he failed to do so and caused a chase. The officers were finally able to stop the defendant, taking him and his girlfriend into custody. Our investigator quickly began work by visiting the service station. He photographed the entire property and roadway. He also requested a copy of the station’s surveillance video for the day of the incident. A request was made for all 911 calls to police during the time of the chase as well as communication between dispatch and the officers during the pursuit. Our investigator was able to document in photos and video that the defendant did, in fact, stop for almost 15 seconds prior to exiting the service station though there were no posted, visible stop signs. There were no vehicles on the roadway at the time the defendant exited the station’s property. After the defendant exited the service station the next vehicle did not pass the entrance for several seconds. The undercover vehicle also left the station prior the next vehicle passing on the roadway. The defendant’s 911 to police was obtained during our investigation which determined that the defendant and his girlfriend did observe the SUV behind them that was in poor condition with a blue dashboard “bubble” light and officers who exited their vehicle with guns drawn and no visible identifiable markings of being law enforcement. This was communicated to the dispatch by the girlfriend. Our investigator also obtained the recording between dispatch and the officers who stated they were attempting to stop the vehicle for suspected trafficking charges. All of this documentation was provided to the state who subsequently provided it to the police.

Result: The criminal charges were dismissed. The civil lawsuit is in progress.

 
       

 

Case No.
2012MM015072
Palm Beach County Courts


The defendant was charged with domestic battery after the state alleged that the defendant arrived at a barber shop where his ex-girlfriend was waiting to be served. Upon seeing the defendant the victim got up and walked to the rear of the shop to hide while requesting of the barbers and customers to tell the defendant she wasn’t there. The victim walked into a restroom at the back of the shop and was followed by the defendant, where he repeatedly punched and slapped her, and then led the victim from the shop. Several witnesses stated that they were able to remain at the front of the shop and witness the battery. Our investigator visited the shop and interviewed the first witness, the barber, who confirmed where he was standing during the alleged incident. Photographs were also taken of the entire shop and witness line of sight. The second witness, a customer, was also interviewed and provided his exact location in the shop during the incident. When confronted with the visual evidence, witnesses advised that they were unable to see the area of the shop where the restroom is located due to a double, floor to ceiling, wall that blocked their view. They each also advised that the victim left on her own accord. During trial both witnesses took the stand and when provided the photos and asked about their statements to our investigator they both stated that they were unable to see any of the alleged altercation.

Result: The state dismissed the charges in mid-trial.

 
       

 

Case No.
2012CF002015AMB
Palm Beach County Courts


The defendant was charged with attempted murder after the state alleged that while at the South Florida Fair the defendant shot an alleged rival gang member and a fair patron. After conducting a review of the evidence our investigator noted that the first victim was standing east of the defendant and while a gun fight was taking place, the second victim was shot, while standing behind the defendant. After looking further into the evidence our investigation determined that the police was aware that the second shooting victim was shot by the first victim. Additionally, the state refused to bring charges against the first victim even after he admitted to firing a gun in the direction of the second victim. The second victim did not receive her date in court, however, her civil suit is in progress to which we have been hired.

Result: The defendant was found not guilty by a jury.

 
       

 

Case No.
2007CF009132AXX
Palm Beach County Courts


The defendant was charged with second degree murder after the state alleged that while engaging in a fight with the victim, the defendant walked up to the victims truck, threw a trash can at the victim, then punched the victim through an open window. The defendant is then alleged to have taken a 6 foot long metal bar from the trash using it to strike the victim with the sharp edge. The rebar pierced the victims from the front of his skull to the rear. There were several witnesses on the road at the time of the incident to which there were varying accounts to the incident. There was insufficient work done on the defendant’s behalf, from his legal team, which resulted in the defendant being convicted and sentenced to 27 years in State Prison. After spending almost seven years in prison the defendant’s conviction was overturned. He was granted a new trial and obtained new counsel. Our agency was then retained to review the evidence. While reviewing several statements, our investigator noticed that reference was made by several state witnesses to a female standing at the scene with red hair. That potential witness was located and interviewed at which time she stated she was standing within close proximity to the incident when it occurred. She further stated that she attempted to inform the first officer on scene as to the identity of the actual murder suspect but was told by the officer that she should go inside her home or she would be arrested for interfering in their investigation. The witness complied. At trial the witness testified that the defendant was not the person who committed the murder.

Result: The defendant was found not guilty at trial.

 
       

 

Case No.
2009CF11487AMB
Palm Beach County Courts


The defendant was charged with one count of first degree murder. The state alleged that he stalked his former girlfriend, having followed her to a convenience store where she was with another man. The defendant and the victim’s companion got into an argument outside the store and the defendant displayed a hand gun. The victim and male companion got into a vehicle and fled traveling to the sheriff’s office to file a report. The defendant followed them in a Honda Accord which he used to run them off the road. The male companion exited his vehicle, fleeing on foot over a 6ft. privacy fence leaving the victim, who fell to the ground and was shot at close range. Law enforcement then interviewed witnesses who heard the shot but did not observe the shooting. After going back to the convenience store, leads were developed indicating the defendant could have been the shooter. The defendant was tracked by cell phone to Atlanta, Georgia, where the Honda Accord was located the next day. The vehicle was taken into evidence and processed. Many pieces of evidence were found in the vehicle which included drink cups, fast food products and coffee cups. The vehicle was returned to Florida. The defendant was told he was being sought in the shooting and turned himself in, in Florida. Our investigator located and interviewed all of the state’s witnesses. He also located a witness that called police as the incident was taking place. This witness was within 100 feet of the shooting and provided a description of the shooter that did not match the defendant’s description. Additionally, we determined that though evidence was collected that could have provided DNA and the defendant provided DNA by search warrant, our investigator further determined that although the evidence was collected that could yield DNA, none was tested during the 2 1⁄2 years the defendant spent waiting to go to trail.

Result: The defendant was found not guilty by a jury.

 
       

 

Case No.
2009CF007319AMB
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with second degree murder. The state alleged that the defendant shot his brother in the head, causing his death. Both the victim and the defendant had been drinking heavily over a period of one day. After being shot, the victim was taken to a trauma center where he survived approximately one week and then died. The defendant was arrested the night of the incident and taken to police headquarters for interrogation. Our investigation later determined that the lead investigator missed several key items of evidence in that cocaine and marijuana was videotaped by crime scene investigators. However, these items were neither logged nor collected by the investigator or crime scene technicians. Our investigation also determined that the victim was using cocaine while consuming alcohol. Upon reviewing the videotaped interrogation, it was found that the defendant was highly intoxicated throughout the period of his interrogation to the point that investigators had a DUI Officer administer a sobriety test five hours into the interrogation. The defendant was found to be approximately three times over the legal limit. However, officers continued questioning him. During a bond hearing, the lead investigator testified on behalf of the state while our investigator testified on behalf of the defendant. The judge on this case granted the defendant a $50,000 bond. As our investigation continued, the state's case continued falling apart. All evidence in this case, with the exception of the coroner's report was thrown out.

Result:  Two years, closely supervised probation, followed by three years regular probation.

 
       

 

Case No.
2008CF012316AXX
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with sexual battery. The state alleged that the defendant met the victim at a yard sale where the two exchanged phone numbers. The following day, the two spoke on the phone and arranged for the victim to perform household cleaning for the defendant. After arriving at the defendants' house, the victim alleged that the defendant locked her in his bedroom and threatened her with a weapon and forcibly raped her. During the course of our investigation, the defendants' bedroom door was photographed, indicating that there are no locks on it. The weapons in the room are antique swords with the exception of the firearm the defendant kept on a nightstand. Upon interviewing the victim who provided a recorded statement, it was determined the defendant did not make threats to her and that she was upset over money she felt was owed to her that the defendant did not pay.

Result:  Dismissed.

 
       

 

Case No.
2009MM022362AXX
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with simple battery upon a nurse who is his wife's caregiver in a nursing home. Our investigation determined that the defendant is an 82 year old retired surgeon with no criminal past. After interviewing the witness and victim in this case, it was determined that the defendants' actions were misunderstood and that he did not intentionally touch nor strike the victim.

Result:  Dismissed.

 
       

 

Case No.
2009CF008280AXX
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with 2 counts of wearing a mask while kidnapping with a weapon; 2 counts of wearing a mask while committing robbery with a weapon; and 1 count wearing a mask while committing burglary of an occupied conveyance while armed. The state alleged that the defendant and an accomplice were armed when they walked up to a vehicle occupied by the male and female victims, who were robbed of their jewelry and cell phones. However, since they had no cash on them, the male victim advised the robbers that he would go to an ATM and bring back money. Not believing him, the two robbers entered the rear passenger seats and forced the driver to take them to a local bank ATM where $600 was withdrawn. The defendant was later picked out in a photo lineup by both victims. Our investigation determined that the female victim gave the police a description of one suspect as having crazy eyes. After filing her report with the police, the female victim went home and informed her younger sister that she was robbed and again described the suspects' eyes. The victim's sister informed the victim that she knew someone with eyes that looked like those she described and provided the female victim with an address for the person she's familiar with. The female victim visited the home of the defendant who reportedly answered the door when she rang the bell. While remaining at the front door, the female victim called the police to inform them that she is currently in front of the home of the suspect and he is inside. When the police arrived, they searched the home, which had no secondary access, and had bars on all windows; however, the defendant was not found inside nor any evidence. The police later provided a photo lineup of six males including a photo of the defendant with crossed eyes. The other five photos were of males with normal eyes. The female victim picked the defendant from the lineup. Approximately two days later the male victim was shown the same lineup at which time he also picked out the defendant. At trial, our investigation found the only piece of evidence, which was the photo lineup, to be flawed. The police investigator also testified that he did not follow protocol when he assembled the photos for the lineup.

Result:  Not guilty by a jury.

 
       

 

Case No.
PBSO # 10-108927
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was investigated on an allegation of sexual battery. The victim in this case alleged that the defendant took her to his home and committed sexual battery. Our investigation showed that the defendant and a friend met the victim at a bar. After having several drinks together, the three of them went to two additional bars where they had drinks. After leaving the last bar, they all went to the home of the defendant's friend where they had additional drinks. Late in the night, the victim asked the defendant for a ride to her parent's home. However, she was unfamiliar with the area since she was visiting from out of state. After driving around for a period of time, the defendant felt uneasy due to his alcohol consumption and elected to go to his home where the victim was offered the use of a guest bedroom. Surveillance video obtained from a convenience store and one of the bars, in addition to statements obtained by several eye witnesses, showed the victim to be aggressively flirtatious with the defendant.

Result:  The state declined to file charges.

 
       

 

Case No.
2009DR01693XXXXNB
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with burglary with assault or battery. The state alleged that the victim heard someone at her front door and thinking it was her husband returning home, she went to the door and opened it. After observing the defendant standing at the door, she attempted to close the door. However, the defendant forced his way into the home where he committed battery upon the victim. Our investigator obtained sworn statements from an independent witness indicating that at the exact time of this incident, the defendant was 45 minutes away, in Broward County, conducting business.

Result:  The state declined to file charges.

 
       

 

Case No.
08CF018380AXX
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with sexual battery. The state alleged that the defendant picked up the victim who is his niece; driving her to his home. Once inside the home the defendant locked the door's deadbolt lock with a key, removed the key, and began fondling the victim. He then reportedly forced the victim to have sexual intercourse. The victim also provided information to law enforcement, that in the past, the defendant forced two of the victim's younger siblings to have sex. Our investigation determined that the victim had a history of lying. Additionally, interviews were conducted with the two siblings who denied any sexual misconduct on the part of the defendant. The defendant's front door was photographed showing that there was a simple twist deadbolt lock and not a deadbolt lock that required a key.

Result:  The defendant plead to felony battery with five years probation, possible early termination after three years.

 
       

 

Case No.
PBSO # 06-09-142981
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with aggravated assault with a firearm. The state alleged that during the act of road rage, the defendant improperly displayed a firearm in a threatening manner to three occupants in the victim's vehicle. Our investigation determined that the defendant's actions were within legal bounds, which were corroborated during an interview with the three victims.

Result:  The state declined to file charges.

 
       

 

Case No.
2009CF005282AMB
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with trafficking marijuana in excess of 25 pounds and unlawful possession of property for sale or manufacturing of a controlled substance. The state alleged that during a random traffic stop by Sheriff's office drug agents, the defendant was found in the rear of a U-haul truck, which was driven by a friend, with 25 pounds of marijuana, electrical ballasts, 3 air conditioning units, several high pressure sodium light bulbs, several metal grow light shields, several plastic bottles that contained liquid fertilizer, and a black plastic bag containing cannabis clippings. During the course of our investigation, it was determined that the officer based his traffic stop on his visual observation of the electrical ballasts and air conditioning units. After photographing our recreation of the U-haul truck in conjunction with obtaining crime scene photographs of the same U-haul truck, it was determined at deposition that the officer could not possibly observe what he stated in his report. Additionally, the mere presence of the air conditioning units and the electrical ballasts, does not constitute grow house material, which was the base for the illegal traffic stop.

Result:  See next case.

 
       

 

Case No.
09CF005282AMB
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with possession of marijuana in excess of 20 grams. In the case listed above, the agents utilized the defendant's driver's license to obtain his home address. Other agents were sent to his home to check on the possibility of a grow house. The state alleged that agents were able to stand outside on the roadway of the three acre lot home of the defendant and observe through closed windows, with curtains, the presence of insulated foam board, which is used to block light from escaping and helps to regulate the temperature of a grow house. An extra large air conditioning unit was also found on the property, which in cannabis cultivation, is used to maintain a constant temperature in the grow house; as the large grow lights produce a substantial amount of heat when they are on. A large propane container was located on the side of the residence which is sometimes used in the manufacturing of cannabis. Propane is sometimes used to fuel carbon dioxide generators which are necessary to produce healthy plant growth. Our investigation, which was documented by photographs, revealed that officers would have been unable to view the insulated foam board as described in their report through one of the windows that was made of six inch block glass. All other windows and doors in the residence were covered with blinds that were manufactured with an exact fit; which made it highly unlikely that the officers were able to make the observations stated in their report. The use of the propane tank was simply answered by the photographs of the gas grill it was placed next to.

Result:  Three years probation with early termination upon completion of prescribed conditions.

 
     

 

Case No.
06MM016713AOB
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: A professional working client is charged with kidnapping, battery and impersonating a law enforcement officer. After extensive investigation additional witnesses were located, dispelling the allegation.

Result: Dismissed

       

 

Case No.
05CF014223A02

Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon causing bodily harm. 
The defendant was engaged in a fight with the victim and subsequently charged with using a machete to injure the victim.  After conducting our investigation it was determined that the alleged victim in this case was the aggressor who initiated the incident by attacking the defendant with a baseball bat.

Result: Dismissed
 
       

 

Case No.
06001861CFA99
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with burglary - for entering the home of a person who it was believed had committed a burglary and grand theft against the defendant.  After conducting our investigation the alleged victim declined to proceed.

Result:  Dismissed

 
       

 

Case No.
0514716CFA06
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with burglary at a business after being found in the restroom along with a
co-defendant prior to closing by the owner.  The co-defendant pled guilty and received 5 years in the Department of Corrections. Our investigation found that the police did not report the facts accurately as they occurred between the defendants and the business owner.

Result:  Dismissed
 
       

 

Case No.
2007CF010694AXX
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges:
The defendant was charged with armed robbery after being accused of robbing a mobile sales business and fleeing. A neary by Police Officer quickly arrested the defendant.  After conducting our investigation it was determined through several alibi witnesses that the defendant was a block away at a friend's residence at the time of the robbery.  During the interview of the victim, a totally different description was provided of the person who robbed him versus that of the defendant. It became evident to the prosecution that the defendant did not commit this crime.

Result:  Dismissed
 
       

 

Case No.
06CF011136AMB
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with trafficking cocaine after being set up by a police confidential informant. Our investigation determined that the police conducted an illegal search of the defendant's vehicle. The confidential informant was not found to be reliable.

Result:  Dismissed

 
       

 

Case No.
0413292CFA02
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with aggravated battery and shooting into an occupied vehicle. The state alleged that the defendant was ejected from a bar after a confrontation with a group of people. He allegedly fired several shots into a departing vehicle striking one of the occupants.  Our investigation determined that the shots were fired by another individual. A state witness, upon being interviewed, recanted his initial statement to Police; clearing the defendant.

Result:  Dismissed

 
       

 

Case No.
0501652CFB02
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with possession of cocaine with the intent to sell, after being set up by police and an informant. It was alleged that the defendant attempted to sell crack cocaine to an informant in direct view of undercover officers.  Our investigation and recreation of the incident determined that the officers could not view any such act as stated and sworn to in their report; nor was their alleged audio recording of useful quality.  When the officer was confronted with this at deposition, it was revealed that she might not have observed what she thought she had.

Result:  Dismissed

 
       

 

Case No.
07018047CF10A
Broward County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with aggravated battery. After attending and leaving a party, a fight irrupted in a parking lot between the victim and several individuals. The victim and several witness identified the defendant from a photo lineup. During the course of our individuals a copy of the photo lineup was obtained, revealing that the line up was improperly conducted therefore voiding the identification of the defendant.

Result:  Dismissed

 
       

 

Case No.
56-2009CF000900A
St. Lucie County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with two counts of sexual battery on a person 12 years of age or older. The state alleged that the defendant lured the victim to Florida under false pretenses, holding her against her will for 10 days and raping her on two occasions. Our investigation determined that the alleged victim and her statements were not credible as witnesses stated that she was free to come and go as she pleased during this period of time and engaged in consensual sex.

Result:  No File

 
       

 

Case No.
07CF000136AMB
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with Director Dealing in Stolen Property after the state alleged that the defendant organized and received stolen property which was sold through his business. Police confiscated jewelry in excess of$100,000 from the business as proceeds illegally obtained. Our investigation determined that the recording from the wire worn by the Confidential Informant, in this case, was of poor quality and did not corroborate the states' case. The Confidential Informant was also proven unreliable.

Result: The property was returned and charges dismissed

 
       

 

Case No.
2005CF012189
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with three counts; armed kidnapping, aggravated assault and possession of controlled substance.  It was alleged that the defendant held three individuals at gun point in his residence. Our investigation determined that the persons present were free to come and go as some did. The defendant protected himself from threats made against him by some of the alleged victims.

Result:  Dismissed

 
       

 

Case No.
07CF008904BMB
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant and co-defendant were charged with beating and robbing a restaurant manager after he left the bank. The suspects’ vehicle, which belonged to one of the co-defendants, was chased by police however they eluded them and escaped.  Our investigation determined that the victim never observed the defendant however he did observe and provide a description of the co-defendants who later implicated the defendant. There was no physical evidence linking the defendant to the scene.

Result: At trial the defendant was found Not Guilty

 
       

 

Case No.
2007CF010872AXX
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant and co-defendant were charged with three counts; assault with a weapon, battery on a Law Enforcement Officer and armed home invasion.  The state alleged that the defendant and co-defendant forced their way into a residence while armed. Responding officers arrived reportedly finding both defendants inside the residence. The co-defendant attempted to escape by physically confronting the officer but was taken into custody by other officers once outside the residence. The officer did not get a good look at the defendant and was not able to identify him. Our investigation determined there was no physical evidence linking the defendant to the scene. DNA testing could not place the defendant at the scene. The police used a bite mark on the defendant to link him to the scene alleging that the victim bit him. Further investigation provided medical evidence that the defendant was bitten while playing with a family member weeks prior to the date of the crime.

Result: At trial the defendant was found Not Guilty

 
       

 

Case No.
2007CF017890AMB
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with attempted first degree murder after the state alleged he shot the victim who was engaged in a physical altercation with the defendant’s relatives.  The victim in this case is the son of a police officer at the investigating agency.  During our investigation, we gathered evidence through discovery which made it likely that the photo lineup of the defendant was tainted. During a recorded interview, the victim identified the defendant in the photo lineup on his second attempt and by name. However, the victim also stated that he never met the shooter prior to the incident. Additionally, the victim made a spontaneous utterance to the officer, who accompanied him to the hospital, naming one of the defendant’s relatives who was present at the time of the altercation as the person that shot him.  This was clearly stated in the official police report.

Result:  Dismissed

 
       

 

Case No.
2008CF003961BXX
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with four counts: burglary while armed, aggravated battery, false imprisonment and petit theft. The state alleged that the victim left his girlfriends home and entered his vehicle to depart when the defendant and co-defendant(s) pulled the victim from his vehicle and beat him with a gun. The defendant then entered the victims' car; removing CD's, an IPod and other items. This was reportedly witnessed by the victims' girlfriend as stated in the Police report. Upon conducting our investigation, it was proven that the girlfriend was coaxed into making a false statement to support the victims' false allegation.

Result:  Dismissed

 
       

 

Case No.
2009CF000505AXX
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with burglary to an occupied dwelling and grand theft from a dwelling. The state alleged that the Police received a tip, from a known felon facing charges and looking to make a deal, stating that the defendant entered an open garage while the resident was at home. The defendant allegedly removed some lawn equipment and a power generator. After conducting our investigation, it was determined that the informant was a resident in the home of the defendant and had full access to the garage where the items were found. The informant had been detained by the Police, just down the street from the home, shortly after the resident discovered and reported the crime. When the information was presented to the state, they could not prove that the informant was not the subject that entered the garage and removed the items.

Result:  Dismissed

 
       

 

Case No.
2009CF00506AMB
Palm Beach County Courts


Charges: The defendant was charged with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and criminal mischief. The state alleged that while the defendant and co-defendant where standing outside of the defendants home, the two victims arrived in a vehicle. An argument took place between the vehicle's occupants, the defendant and a co-defendant. After driving away, the victims made a u-turn driving back towards the defendants at which time the co-defendant took a knife and scraped the drivers' side of the vehicle and the defendant allegedly raised his shirt, displaying a gun while yelling that he would shoot them. Upon conducting our investigation, it was proven that neither of the victims actually observed a gun as was stated in the Police report. The fact that the defendant did not have a gun was corroborated by an independent witness.

Result:  Dismissed

 
 
 
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