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LeadsOnline Success Stories: Narcotics

Electronics recovered from 10 shops across two counties

"Another awesome day for LeadsOnline searches! We recovered 10 laptops and a large screen computer monitor with over $8,000 in recoverable value! Oh, and did I mention the recoveries were from 10 different businesses?! From Carrollton to Haltom City and beyond! Over the last year our complainant's DEVOUT employee stole laptops to support his meth habit. Once confronted with the inventory discrepancies, he cracked and admitted his transgressions. Would this have been possible without LeadsOnline? Not in a million years! Ten different businesses covering Dallas and Tarrant Counties? Not in a million years! Thank you LeadsOnline and my complainant thanks you!"

Det. Robbie Huckaby
Carrollton Police Department
Texas

Heroin addicts steal heirloom jewelry, police recover it with LeadsOnline

"Stoughton PD had another success story last week recovering a $13,500 ring!! Heroin addicts stole a ring and made the ultimate mistake of taking it down to a local jewelry store who has recently been reporting to LeadsOnline. Well you can figure out the rest – it was easy… the two are in jail. We have very happy victims, especially after getting an inherited ring back. Thanks once again LeadsOnline!!!!"

Det. Erik Veum
Stoughton Police Department
Wisconsin

Grandson steals from family and admits to drug addictions

"I recently investigated a case in which the grandson stole several pieces of jewelry from his grandmother. With the assistance of LeadsOnline, I was able to locate the jewelry. When confronted with the evidence I had, the grandson confessed to the theft and dealing in stolen property. More importantly, he admitted to his family and me that he has a drug addiction and wants to enter a drug rehab program."

Det. Charles Simpson
St. Augustine Police Department
Florida

Automated system in Wisconsin helps police identify heroin addict as suspect

"A heroin addict stole a number of jewels from his parents, which were later found and recovered at area pawn stores. Once again using LeadsOnline helped with the recovery of these sentimental jewels so we could return them to victims. Thanks!"

Det. Erik Veum
Stoughton Police Department
Wisconsin

Heroin addict admits to jewelry theft

"Last week I was dispatched to a theft of jewelry complaint. Turns out it was a felony (over $3,500 worth). After dealing with the victim I logged onto LeadsOnline and found the suspect pawned the items about an hour after she was at the victim's house. In the end, I have a solid theft case and admission of heroin use as motivation for the crime. As an added bonus, the suspect is feeding me info on heroin deals in my jurisdiction to show cooperation, which will help her with the DA. Without LeadsOnline info, the suspect would have told me to pound sand!"

Det. Joe Benoit
Omro Police Department
Wisconsin

Stolen guns, crack cocaine and $10,000 in stolen bikes found via LeadsOnline

"LeadsOnline showed me where a suspect pawned a stolen $1,000 bicycle. We were able to use this information to verify what a confidential informant had told us and write a search warrant. During the warrant we recovered approx. $10,000 in stolen bicycles. During the warrant we also recovered crack cocaine and 4 stolen guns. The house, we later learned from neighborhood residents, was a new crack house and fence for stolen property."

Det. Ronnie Morgan
Little Rock Police Department
Arkansas

LeadsOnline used to find crime traveler in Georgia

"The Autauga County Sheriff's Office, received an unusual telephone call reporting narcotics related activity in a neighborhood. The caller, as it turns out, gave false information about himself and his motive for calling. The suspect, "John Smith", had purported himself as an undercover police officer resulting in this agency signing a warrant for his arrest for "Impersonation of a Police Officer." John Smith learned of the warrant through his girlfriend who ran from law enforcement in order to assist John Smith in eluding police contact. During the investigation, it was learned John Smith had a habit of stealing television sets from motels in one location then pawning same in another location away from the first. With the usage of LeadsOnline, this agency was able to locate the areas of where Smith had recently been. Pawn shops from Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Missouri that participate in your program enabled this agency to keep up with our suspect then eventually leading to his capture in the State of Georgia. Your LeadsOnline program is an invaluable tool that should be available on every investigator's desktop."

Sgt. J.F. Steele
Autauga County Sheriff's Office
Alabama

Drug-related theft: solved in seconds

"I investigated a theft report involving $4,000 worth of camera equipment. The day I was assigned to investigate the report, I logged into LeadsOnline and within seconds had my possible theft suspect identified. I call the pawn shop to verify the camera equipment was still there, and then sent them a police hold. I interviewed the suspect and he admitted to stealing the camera equipment because he has a drug addiction. Due to LeadsOnline, this case was solved within a day of the offense occurring."

Det. Doug Eveslage
Springfield Township
Ohio

Selling stolen jewelry to support a drug habit

"I was assigned a larceny case in which the victim reported $11,000 of assorted jewelry stolen from her residence. In her initial report to law enforcement, the victim provided the name of a person she thought may have been responsible. This person, who the victim considered a friend, was known to have once been addicted to illegal drugs and had accessed the victim's residence around the time of the report. When assigned this case for investigation, the first course of action I took was to run a quick LeadsOnline search. Guess what? The week prior to this incident being reported, our person of interest had visited a local pawnbroker three times in which she had sold numerous amounts of yellow and white gold for scrap. When confronted with evidence against her, the suspect confessed."

Sr. Inv. K.L. Penley
Catawba County Sheriff's Office
North Carolina

Stolen items, car break-ins, and drug Arrests

"We had a rash of car break-ins and stolen vehicles. One of the vehicles was recovered in the city of Norwood with a subject passed out inside the car. While working with the Norwood Detectives, they decided to run some of the property that was stolen out of both our jurisdictions.

Eventually, we made the connection that several people were connected in the car break-ins and all participants were heroin addicts trying to support their habit.

We actually had another suspect with the group, but were unable to get him to cooperate. was able to link him to a burglary in Madeira months later, thanks to LeadsOnline, by locating some tools that were sold at a pawn shop in Newport, Kentucky.

At this time, the Madeira Police Department has closed several cases with the assistance of LeadsOnline. It has been a great tool and I am looking forward to using it in the future."

Det. Eric B. Hoeffel
Madeira Police Department
Ohio

Stolen camcorder and a drug bust

"A month ago LeadsOnline helped me in a theft from a vehicle investigation. My victim reported leaving his vehicle unlocked while he was at a bar celebrating the birth of his new son --- he said his wife and new son were at the hospital recuperating...

I quickly found my victim's Canon camcorder pawned with the assistance of LeadsOnline. I arrested the guy that pawned it. He admitted stealing the camcorder. However, the suspect told me that my victim was not telling the truth about where the camcorder was stolen.

The victim admitted that he and the suspect went to a drug house to get high."

Det. Scott R. Worth
Creve Coeur Police Department
Missouri

Narcotics task force cracks down on meth abuse

"I am part of an 8-person multi-jurisdictional narcotics task force that has jurisdiction in both Arkansas and Texas. We have focused our efforts on individuals that are "smurfing" pseudoephedrine pills for area methamphetamine cooks. With the use of LeadsOnlabs we have successfully been able to compile several conspiracy cases involving an astronomical number of individuals, both the individuals "smurfing" pills and the cooks themselves. Also, during these investigations we have been able to contact other drug task force agencies with information gained through our investigations which have led to several seizures of methamphetamine labs.

Out of all the surveillance equipment, hi-tech gadgets, and other items we use in our daily efforts to fight the war on drugs, LeadsOnlabs by far is one of the greatest tools at our disposal. In fact, we are currently in the process of attempting to get our pharmacies in the state of Texas on board with your system. Thanks for all your work."

Sgt. Devin Warner
Bi-State Narcotics Task Force

Statewide access to LeadsOnlabs fights drug abuse

"I work for South Central Arkansas Drug Task Force in Arkansas, spread over eight counties. In the past few months, the guys in my unit and I have seen an outburst in red phosphorus labs and the one-pot method -- known on the streets as "shake and bake" labs.

LeadsOnlabs has been a great resource in tracking the cooks. Having LeadsOnlabs in Arkansas is a great advantage. With multi-agency cooperation and being able to track the sale of pills, we have sucessfully been able to arrest dozens of people and seize 11 labs in less than two months' time. Thanks LeadsOnlabs."

Brandon Kennemore
South Central Arkansas Drug Task Force
Arkansas

Time to fess up

"I was able to arrest a subject last week after recovering over 15 items on LeadsOnline.

The suspect started using 'crack' about six months ago and to support his habit he stole jewelry, guns, video games and several other items from neighbors and family members. With the help of LeadsOnline, I recovered almost all of the stolen items.

I was also able to get a confession once I showed [the suspect] the pawn tickets from your system. As a result, warrants were issued yesterday."

Thank you."

Det. Sgt. Keith Stumpf
Woodson Terrace Police Department
Missouri



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