Federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York, the same office responsible for the case against Ghislane Maxwell, have just indicted fashion mogul Peter Nygard on nine counts related to his professional and personal conduct. We’ve read the indictment and have a lot of ground to cover on this rapidly developing case. This week, a federal grand jury issued an indictment of Canadian businessman, Peter Nygard.The indictment comes nearly 10 months after federal agents raided the New York headquarters of his business as well as his Los Angeles home, as reported by the New York Times in a story that dates back to February of this year
After months of no word from Champaign County Ohio Prosecutors in the case of Whitney Hostler, one of the suspects in the case accepted a plea agreement. Rodney Rider Sr., 54, of St. Paris, OH, will be sentenced on January 14th.
In any active investigation new developments take cases in new directions, so we wanted to give you some quick updates on cases involving Alan White, Susie Zhao, Jon Amerault and Davane Gross
Police in Toronto have identified a person of interest in the deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman. The crime took place in December of 2017, in the couples mansion in a well to do section of northeast Toronto.
Officials in Winnebago County, Illinois hold a press conference to announce the indictment of Jesse Smith Jr., in connection to the death of Tammy Tracey. She was found in 1987 in the Sugar River Forest Preserve in Winnebago County, Illinois. The case has lingered for 33 years, with officials and the family never giving up hope.We recently saw news that Tammy Tracey’s family had set up billboards in Winnebago County to again raise awareness on the case. We’re beginning to look into the case and look forward to reporting more soon.
I wanted to sound the alarm about a missing woman who vanished from downtown Dallas in October of this year. Let’s start with some basics. Her name is Marisela Botello, and she is not from Dallas. She lives in Seattle, but was visiting one of her ex-boyfriends. According to her family, Marisela is a frequent traveler, and her booking a trip for Dallas would not be out of the ordinary.
Today we are diving into the world of cyber frauds and scams. Imagine waking up one morning and you can’t make any calls, send text messages, get on to social media, get into your banking accounts or get your email. As you frantically try to access each account, you realize that the problem is that you no longer have service on your phone. Well, this is confusing. You pay your bill automatically every month. Today we are examining the cybercrime of SIM swapping. Now this is a scam that can make anyone who has a cell phone a potential victim. We’re going to talk about how this scam works and what steps you can take to protect yourself.
Long gone are the days of a detective pounding the pavement and wearing out shoes to solve a case. Though good old-fashioned leg work is useful, more investigations, especially into missing persons cases are leveraging technology, like the satellite imaging request from the family of Stephanie Hollingsworth in furtherance of their efforts.Let’s get into the details or modern technology in investigation. And we’ll begin with a caveat, individual jurisdictions have different laws regulating these kinds of tools. While a city like London in the UK has an abundance of closed caption television monitoring street corners, other cities may use traffic cameras and some might not. Some of the things I talk about won’t be available to detectives where you live.
This case begins in the city of Dallas, Texas on the morning of October 22, 2020. 55-year-old James Alan White, who is better known as Alan White, gets up early in the morning to drive over to LA Fitness to get a workout in before work. Alan is an executive at KPMG International, but he works from home. He had a conference call scheduled for 7:30am that he had planned to take from home later that morning. When Alan doesn’t come home from the gym, his husband Rusty Jenkins immediately knows that something is wrong.
When Jake Patterson kidnapped Jayme Closs and murdered her parents, he evaded capture for almost three months. We examine the case and the psychology of Patterson in an in-depth look at this fascinating case.