Solving Cases with Technology

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.

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Missing Colorado Woman Presumed Dead in Father’s Obituary

Via kgab.com Gene Moorman, the father of missing Chaffee County woman Suzanne Morphew, died Wednesday (Nov. 11) after a nearly year-long battle with cancer.His obituary states that he was preceded in death by "missing and presumed dead, daughter, Suzanne Morphew."Moorman's family also requested that donations on Gene's behalf go towards…

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