Denver Private Investigator in the News

Missing dog story has happy ending thanks to Denver Private Investigator

Even after her dog had been gone a month, Deb Uden never gave up, and the persistence of Uden, her friends and family paid off.
On Saturday, the Hamilton County woman was reunited with her dog Jax, who’d been gone for 31 days. The happy reunion took place in Denver. Uden and her son-in-law made the trip to collect the dog, which was taken from her home on Dec. 7.
Both the pet and owner were thrilled to see each other.
“Oh, yeah, he was a happy boy,” she said. “I told my son-in-law he had to drive all the way home so I could hold him.”
The 3-year-old Chihuahua had traveled an unusual path since his abduction.
“He was found roaming on the second floor of a Candlewood Suites in Brighton, Colo.,” she said.
The hotel’s cleaning crew found the dog, thinking he belonged to one of the guests. But no one claimed him. The wife of the hotel’s manager put an ad in a small publication.
Uden’s friends and family stayed busy checking buy/sell/trade web pages in surrounding states, including Colorado, Kansas, Iowa and Missouri. Uden also hired a Denver private investigator.

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Denver PI News

Ex-Supercop Daril Cinquanta Accused of Spying on Scientology Critic Leah Remini

Daril Cinquanta, one of Colorado’s best-known private investigators, got his close-up recently on the A&E docudrama series Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath. But his brief cameo was the kind of publicity the former Denver “supercop” would have preferred to avoid — an encounter with Remini’s camera crew outside a local hotel, during which he was accused of conducting surveillance on Remini for the Church of Scientology.

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Colorado Private Investigator News

Private investigator talks about homeowners fighting back against suspected crooks

PUEBLO, Colo. (KKTV) – There have been several cases in the last few weeks where homeowners are fighting off suspected crooks. So we asked an expert with decades of experience when you should get involved and when it might get you in trouble.
Private investigator and former sheriff Dan Corsentino

We turned to private investigator and former Pueblo County Sheriff Dan Corsentino. He does not comment on any specific case, just in general.

We asked him if he thinks homeowners in southern Colorado are more likely to fight back.

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Boulder Private Investigator News

 Colorado Private Investigator retained in case regarding Police Sergeant’s death

The cause of death was a single shotgun shell, whose contents entered just under the Phoenix police sergeant’s chin and burst through the top of his skull.

A Capitol Police assistant discovered the officer on his back on the weathered asphalt near 18th Avenue and Jackson. A 38-inch-long Remington 870 shotgun was lying lengthwise on his body, centered on his chest.

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Denver Colorado Private Investigator News

Charges dropped against ‘fake’ private eye; residents want answers

Some residents turned to the FOX31 Denver Problem Solvers to help get answers after the FBI asked local police to drop charges against a fake private investigator accused of harassing the residents.

“I want to know what his connections are,” Douglas Stiff said. “Why is the FBI involved in helping people come to my door and harass me?”

The citizens said the phony private investigator showed up at their doors, intimidating and threatening them over public comments they made about a proposed development.

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2017 Denver Colorado Private Investigators Conference

PPIAC is proud to announce in conjunction with NCISS the 2017 Rocky Mountain Private Investigators Conference and NCISS Board Meeting. This year our organizations have worked together to develop a combined event. Over four days in September business will be conducted and excellent training will occur. On September 13th NCISS will host their board meeting at the conference center and on the 14th a full day training provided by Brandon Perron will kick off the conference followed by two more days of nationally known speakers from around the country. Mark you calendar now and click the following link to stay abreast of conference updates and registration information. http://ow.ly/yal8308Rq2e

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Boulder Private Investigator News and Happenings

Private investigator hired to find missing Scott County woman

Family now hopes questions get answered with the help of private investigator Joe Brodioi.

“There’s got to be a lot of people out there that know exactly what happened. Maybe they won’t talk to law enforcement,” he said.

Investigator Brodioi has been on the case, pro bono, for three weeks and says he was contacted by an organization which helps find missing people.

“I think she probably fell into some foul play there and she’s probably somewhere in that area. It’s sad to say that,” he said.

While Brodioi couldn’t go into much detail, he wants people in Tennessee, even in Kentucky to know that now is the time to reach out to him.

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Private investigator to look into Tyburski death

county judge on Monday approved $1,000 for a private investigator to look for additional evidence in the case of a Lakewood woman accused of killing her daughter and hiding the body in a North Ridgeville field.

Lorain County Common Pleas Judge John Miraldi granted the request after defense attorney Patrick Hakos said Janet Tyburski has given her lawyers new information that police didn’t look into while they were first investigating the death of Rachele Tyburski in 2015.

“She has provided us additional situations and evidence that we’d like to investigate regarding the death of her daughter,” Hakos said.

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Denver Private Investigators in the news

Ex-Supercop Daril Cinquanta Accused of Spying on Scientology Critic Leah Remini

Daril Cinquanta, one of Colorado’s best-known private investigators, got his close-up recently on the A&E docudrama series Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath. But his brief cameo was the kind of publicity the former Denver “supercop” would have preferred to avoid — an encounter with Remini’s camera crew outside a local hotel, during which he was accused of conducting surveillance on Remini for the Church of Scientology.

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Nebraska woman reunited with Chihuahua after stolen pup turns up in Colorado

Even after her dog had been gone a month, Deb Uden never gave up, and the persistence of Uden, her friends and family paid off.

On Jan. 7 the Hamilton County woman was reunited with her dog Jax, who had been gone for 31 days. The happy reunion took place in Denver. Uden and her son-in-law made the trip to collect the dog, which was taken from her home on Dec. 7.
Both the pet and his owner were thrilled to see each other.
“Oh, yeah, he was a happy boy,” she said. “I told my son-in-law he had to drive all the way home so I could hold” Jax.
The 3-year-old Chihuahua had traveled an unusual path since his abduction.
“He was found roaming on the second floor of a Candlewood Suites in Brighton, Colorado,” she said.
Uden’s friends and family stayed busy checking buy/sell/trade webpages in some surrounding states, including Colorado, Kansas, Iowa and Missouri. Uden also hired a Denver private investigator.

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Colorado man finds biological father through DNA match after decades long search

It started as a romance half-way around the world shortly after WWII. When it ended, there was a baby, but a young mother and father went their separate ways and a son never knew his father, until now.

Ron Frohm is 61 years old. He was born in 1955 to a 17-year-old girl who was living in Japan with her parents. Her father was in the military and stationed there.

Frohm’s mother met a young man in the Navy, but never knew his full name.

“She got pregnant with me, but they didn’t stay together,” said Frohm.

Frohm’s search even included several conversations with private investigators.

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