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Saturday, September 27, 2014

Leading Private Investigator Tony Smith in the UK and Sarasota PI Bill Warner in the USA Warn of the Dangers of Online Dating.


SOURCE WIRE NEWS: The private investigator who helped bring a dangerous stalker to justice has once again warned women to be vigilant when using online dating websites. Tony Smith of Insight Investigations, one of the UK’s leading private detectives and Vice Chairman of the World Association of Private Investigators, said: “Although it may seem awkward, women must not be afraid to ask more questions before they pass on any personal information to men they meet online. If there is any reason to be suspicious, listen to your instincts and walk away. Don’t take the risk, it’s just not worth it.”

Tony worked with the family of Dr Alison Hewitt who was recently awarded £130,000 compensation by the Home Office for taking insufficient action against her stalker. Dr Hewitt’s mother, Pam, commissioned Insight Investigations when she became suspicious about Canadian Al Amin Dhalla, whom her daughter had met through an elite online dating agency. Dr Hewitt lived in a safe house during Dhalla’s stalking campaign before he was finally arrested at the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath, where Dr Hewitt worked. Police found in his hired car a loaded crossbow, a large knife, a claw hammer, pliers and bolt cutters, as well as a doctor's outfit. He also had a van specially adapted with a cage in the back.
THE NATIONAL WORLD NEWS:"The dangerous side of online dating". PANAMA CITY BEACH, FLORIDA // With as many as 40 million single Americans using online dating services or web-networking sites such as MATCH.COM, ZOOSK, PLENTYOFFISH, OURTIME.COM and even FACEBOOK to look for love, it would seem that there has never been an easier time to find a soulmate online. But experts, law enforcement officials and private investigators warn that the world of internet romance is fraught with peril, ranging from liars to sexual predators and even murderers, who hide their motives behind seemingly innocuous virtual identities.

"When we pushed for more stringent background checks on online dating sites, one company told us the idea of asking for disclosure was creepy," said Bill Noble, the director of the Safer Online Dating Alliance. "But what is actually creepy is having these creeps on your site." The numbers are worrisome - and horror stories abound. In February 2009, MySpace was forced to cancel 90,000 accounts on its site that authorities revealed were linked to registered sex offenders. It was a fraction of the 130 million users of the site, but a significant percentage of the more than one million registered sex offenders in the United States.
"Craigslist" popular website's erotic services section was hit with a scandal when it emerged that a North Carolina man used the site to hire a man to rape his wife while the husband watched. Bill Warner, a Sarasota Florida private investigator who offers on his website to "sort out the winners from the losers" for a flat fee of $65.00, says running background checks on potential internet dates now constitutes more than 50 per cent of his business.


"Usually the problem is that the man is married or he turns out to be one of these crazy stalker people that follows a woman for months," PI Bill Warner said in a telephone interview. In many cases, Bill Warner said he would discover that men had joined a site using a false name, a prepaid, throwaway cell phone and a phoney e-mail address from free services such as Yahoo, Gmail, or Hotmail. "There are a lot of people out there who get jazzed up by disguising themselves," Bill Warner said, adding that nearly 100 per cent of his cases involved women being victimized by men. "It's shameful because it lulls women into a false sense of security," said Mr Warner. "You get young naive women or the over-50 year olds who are recently divorced, they are often excited about meeting a new man and they make easy prey." In some instances, the first date ends in violence.



Police in Minnesota charged a 39-year-old man with raping a woman he met through the internet, after he slipped drugs into her drink that caused her to pass out. In other cases, the motive is financial. Police in Tampa, Florida arrested a Tennessee man who was wanted for swindling a woman he met online out of tens of thousands of dollars and leasing a Mercedes in her name that he wrecked, leaving her with more than $60,000 in liabilities. There are stories that are even more sinister. The Safer Online Dating Alliance warns women on its website never to post photos of their children, nor to describe them in detail, saying that single mothers who openly say they seek partners who like children have inadvertently attracted paedophiles. "A lot of couples have found each other on the internet and not everyone is a predator". But it is also possible to develop a false sense of familiarity with someone you have only met on chat sites and through picture exchanges. But at the end of the day you have not met the person. Whereas meeting in a bar, you might immediately feel the hair on the back of your neck stand up, with internet dating you have let your guard down by the time you interact face to face."



Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com

Monday, September 22, 2014

Biz Owner Lance Shabazz Claims There is Just as Much Crime on Siesta Key and St Armands Circle as Newtown Section of Sarasota Fl Except for the Bodies Lying in the Street.


ABC 7 NEWS SARASTOA FL: Community policing stirs controversy in Newtown: Some say the recent effort to community police is just another way to unfairly target Newtown residents (Sarasota's black community). "If they target Siesta Key I’m more than sure they'll find more crime on Siesta Key,” says Newtown resident Lance Shabazz. “If you target St. Armand Circle you have more crime on St. Armands Circle, so any time you put a bulls-eye, you are going to find a lot" (yeah especially in Newtown).


Lance Shabazz, what the hell are you talking about, there are no dead British Toursists laying in the streets of Siesta Key, that's what happened on your turf in Newtown, there are no dead bodies lying in the streets of St Armands circle, that is also on your turf just about every other month in Newtown. It appears the Newtown is the reason that Sarasota Fl is the one of the top most violent place to live in Florida. Newtown has helped put Sarasota on the 'map', we are now #12 as the most dangerous place to live in Florida, Sarasota has a crime rate of about 63 per one thousand residents. Your chance of becoming a victim of a crime in Sarasota? One in 16, see report http://www.homesecurityshield.net/news/most-dangerous-cities-in-florida/


Sarasota, Florida -- Newtown businesses may be forced to close by 11 p.m. under a proposal from the police chief to the city commission. Chief Bernadette DiPino says the change would hopefully cut the hundreds of service calls there since last year. The businesses are located on Martin Luther King, Jr. Way between U.S. 301 and Osprey Avenue. Lance Shabazz owns three business in the heart of Newtown, Sarasota's African-American community. Some stay open till 2 a.m. or 4 a.m. and hundreds of people gather there as seen on a YouTube video.
 

Maurice Carnes and Jerral Bell gun toting Newtown fools.
Sarasota Police Dept. Published on Jul 22, 2014.
Newtown Section of Sarasota Fl Needs a Curfew Set in Place ASAP Along With Stop and Search Policy As Thugs Continue to Fire Guns Into Air on Crowded Streets.


UPDATE: September 3rd, 2014 on Jerral Bell. The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Apprehension Unit, working in conjunction with the U.S. Marshals Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force, today captured a career criminal who was wanted on two felony charges. Through investigation and surveillance, deputies located Jerral Bell, DOB 1/12/89, this morning and arrested him during a felony traffic stop at University Parkway and Shade Avenue in Sarasota. Bell was the man shown on surveillance video firing his weapon in the midst of a crowd that had gathered in north Sarasota in the early morning hours of July 5. After his release from jail in July, Bell failed to appear in court for his arraignment on charges of Discharging a Firearm in Public and Possession of a Weapon by a Convicted Felon. Bell has been arrested more than 20 times for crimes including Battery, Burglary and multiple drug and weapons charges.


DAILY EXPRESS NEWS UK APRIL 23rd 2011..By Adrian Lee.  Newtown is a district that one man in Sarasota knows better than most. Bill Warner is a veteran private investigator who has called this area his patch for almost 20 years. “It’s horrible,” PI Bill Warner says. “At any time of day there are drug deals being done and guys acting as spotters on the look out for police. There is a lot of crime and it’s not a nice place to be. “You don’t go there at night, period”. If I have to do surveillance work in Newtown I always carry a weapon.” Bill Warner has his own theory, that the Brit friends may have been the victims of a honey-trap, deliberately lured there by women. Police have traced two women seen on CCTV talking for 37 minutes to the Britons in Smokin’ Joe’s bar in the hours leading up to the shootings.  Read more: http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/242402/Is-this-why-the-Florida-Britons-were-killed-Is-this-why-the-Florida-Britons-were-killed-#ixzz1KixHoJsZ
Gunned down: James Kouzaris, 24, from Northampton (right) and James Cooper, 25, from Warwickshire, were murdered during a holiday in Florida with family and friends
Gunned down: James Kouzaris, 24, from Northampton (right) and James Cooper, 25, from Warwickshire, were murdered during a holiday in Sarasota Florida with family and friends.
By Daily Express Reporter…POLICE are trying to find out how two British tourists shot dead in Florida ended up in such a rundown neighbourhood of Newtown. A 16-year-old boy, Shawn Tyson, has been charged with the murder of James Kouzaris, 24, and his friend James Cooper, 25. The two university friends bodies were found lying in a pool of blood on a street in the Government funded housing project of Newtown in the seaside town of Sarasota, Florida.


Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com