Thursday, February 26, 2009

Endangered Missing/Runaway: Jessalyn Relly

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. has been retained to locate ENDANGERED MISSING RUNAWAY: Jessalyn Relly. Jessalyn is 16 years old. Her DOB is 03/09/1992. She is 5'5", 165lbs. She has blonde hair and blue eyes. She went missing from Brookville, IN on May 8, 2008. Jessalyn is entered into NCIC as an ENDANGERED/CRITICAL MISSING PERSON and IS LISTED WITH THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN.

She will be traveling with an adult male RICHARD T WESLEY JR. His DOB is 07/17/1971 and is 37 years old. He is 6' tall, 260 lbs and has blonde hair and blue eyes. He was last seen driving a a 1979 BLACK (SPRAY PAINTED) DODGE Pickup with OHIO LICENSE PLATE EJP 1716. He has a tattoo of a heart and ivy on his upper left chest.

There are two open warrants for Mr. Wesley's arrest out of Franklin County, Indiana. The warrant numbers are as follows: 24C01-0807-CM-00305 and 24C01-0804-CM-00152. However, Mr. Wesley's warrants are NOT entered into NCIC as they are only Class A misdemeanor charges.

Mr. Richard T Wesley, Jr. is a CONVICTED FELON in the STATE OF OHIO. His DNA is on file in CODIS due to his conviction for non-support of dependants.

Also in their company will be ANDREW JAMES (AJ) WANDSNIDER who is a quadriplegic. His date of birth is 10/16/1998 and is 10 years old. He requires constant medical care and attention.


IF YOU SPOT ANY OF THE ABOVE SUBJECTS, PLEASE CALL 911, The Indiana State Police at 765-825-2115, or The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 800-843-5678.

Monday, February 16, 2009

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. spends the day serving papers on individuals

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc.'s Michael Rolfes spent the day serving court papers on individuals in the tri-state area. Out of the 11 sets of papers received from area courts, 4 were served, 1 person works nights, and the remaining 6 have to be returned to the courts as bad addresses were provided.

Official Investigations & Security Servics, Inc. charges a flat fee for process service work as follows:

0-30 miles 1 way $100 (incl 2 attempts)
31-60 miles 1 way $150 (incl 2 attempts)
61-90 miles 1 way $200 (per attempt)

On-site surveillance for difficult or evasive serves, $75/hr.

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. is located at 3291 North Bend Rd Ste 3, Cincinnati OH 45239-8601. Our telephone numbers are 800-477-8419 or 513-931-7490. Our website is located at

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

AMBER ALERT: Stranger Abduction in Florida

Haleigh Cummings - Florida police are searching for a 5-year-old girl named Haleigh Cummings - aka Hailey Cummings - who disappeared from her mobile home late Monday night.
An Amber Alert was issued shortly after Haleigh Cummings vanished from her bed in her Putnam County, Florida, home, police said.
Authorities launched a massive search for Haleigh in this rural county about 80 miles north of Orlando but had found no trace of the little girl by Tuesday evening.
Ronald Cummings, who is in his 20s, was working Monday night for a company that builds bridges, and his girlfriend, Misty Croslin, 17, woke up and realized Haleigh was missing just before he returned home about 3:30 a.m., according to Lt. Johnny Greenwood of the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office (386-329-0800).
Croslin alerted authorities while Ronald Cummings began to search for his daughter. He was soon joined by 130 officers from several law-enforcement agencies withbloodhounds and helicopters.
The double-wide trailer on Green Lane where Haleigh lived with her father, Croslin and a 2-year-old brother showed no sign of forced entry, according to Lt. Johnny Greenwood of the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office. A back door was ajar, sheriff’s Capt. Steve Rose said.
The girl’s mother was at her home in Georgia when Haleigh disappeared. It’s too early, Greenwood said, to say whether a stranger kidnapped Haleigh.
"At this point, all we know is that we have a missing little girl," he said.
Her father said he thinks that a man snatched Haleigh from her bed.
"All I want is my child … please … all I want is my child," Ronald Cummings told reporters, his voice breaking.
Ronald Cummings’ girlfriend, Misty Croslin, was the first to discover that the child was missing and called 911.
Haleigh had been put to bed at 8 p.m., the girl’s grandparents told reporters Wednesday. Croslin went to the bathroom two hours later and returned to find the child missing, grandmother Marie Griffis said.
Putman County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Jason Nettles told reporters that amassive manhunt for Haleigh was under way Wednesday morning, with more helicopter searches planned as well as extensive searches on the ground using K-9 units.
Nettles said Tuesday he didn’t have information on whether or not Haleigh Cummings’ father, Ronald Cummings, and girlfriend are suspects in her disappearance.
"I don’t know that for sure," he told media representatives.
"The girlfriend and the father are cooperating with police," Special Agent Steve Donaway of the Florida Dept of Law Enforcement told reporters on Tuesday.
"It could be an abduction. We’re looking at it from all angles," Donaway said. Leads have been minimal, he said, and investigators are asking for the public’s help.
Haleigh was reported missing after her father’s girlfriend told police she discovered the child wasn’t in her bed about 3 a.m. Tuesday.
Cummings said his girlfriend was awake and frantic after she found the child was gone.
The woman said the back door to the residence was not locked at the time. Police found the door to the trailer home unlocked when they arrived, but there was no sign of forced entry, according to Donaway.
Several registered sex offenders reportedly live in the vicinity of the missing girl’s home in Satsuma, Fla. Donaway said they’ve all been identified, and either have been or will be interviewed by police.
Nettles said he couldn’t confirm whether authorities were worried a sex offender might have abducted Haleigh.
"I don’t think they’ve ruled anything out," he told reporters.
Haleigh is 3 feet tall and 39 pounds with blond hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a pink shirt and underwear.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. has a critically missing person from Lexington, KY come into office.

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. located in Cincinnati, OH had a woman come in as a client to locate her son on Wednesday, February 4, 2009. While I searching for her son, I discovered that this woman was an "urgently" missing person from Lexington, KY.

I contacted the Lexington, KY Police Department on Thursday, February 5, 2009, and the operator confirmed that the woman was entered into NCIC as a critically missing person.

However, when the woman showed up at my office, the Green Township Police Department could not find her in NCIC. A 75 minute telephone call to the homicide division of the Lexington Metro Police Department finally clarified that the operator was incorrect yesterday. The woman was not entered into NCIC as she did not meet the criteria that she was an immediate threat to herself or anyone else.

After a long discussion with the woman, she refused medical treatment, transport, and signed a refusal.

I put her on the telephone with her 23 year old son, who tried to convince her to come back to Lexington, KY.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. has case referred to Virginia Attorney General for Prosecution

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. has been notified today that a case completed in September 2008 has been accepted by the Virginia Attorney General's office for prosecution on felony insurance fraud charges.

The case will be presented to a Grand Jury within the next 21 days. Further information will be forthcoming.


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