“Time is not on the side of the investigators” in the Tess Richey murder case, says one former homicide detective, with days of work having been lost and a crime scene potentially compromised by what had at first been a missing persons probe.
Richey, 22, went missing in the early morning hours of Nov. 25, and was found dead on Nov. 29. Over the weekend, police released surveillance photographs of a man they’d like to speak to who was seen with Richey shortly before her death.
Last week, Mark Mendelson, a former homicide detective with Toronto police who currently works as a private investigator and consultant, said anytime a missing person investigation turns into a murder probe, it “creates more work” for police and forces them to retrace their steps.
Welcome to CSI Print Sales. We’re a small micro-unit of the big city crime-solvers who investigate wrongs and make them right. Today, we will do a forensic study on a sales subject that frequently causes the death of an order: “Your price is too high!” My name is Detective Farquharson. I carry a badge. Oops. Sorry, wrong generation.
dung-dung There, that’s better.
Now then, let’s take a look at the case. The victim is a print sales rep of medium build and moderate experience. The claim is that customers only buy on price. Seems he’s been running into this situation for a while, but finally got fed up and has filed a complaint. His boss, the sales manager, contacted us. Let’s review the victim’s statement:
“I typically mind my own business and try to do my job. As a print salesperson, naturally, I seek out purveyors of printed products and
A Belfast couple has distributed almost 1,000 flyers and hired a Dublin pet detective in a desperate bid to track down their poorly rescue cat.
Owner Marta Larkin said: “Spencer is a much loved one-year-old old cat. He is a rescue cat who has a troubled start in life.
“He could barely open his eyes due to his tear ducts not working correctly. An operation on his eyes unfortunately was unsuccessful and now he has to have his eyes cleaned daily and we are desperate to get him home.
“He was last seen on November 17 at Blackstaff garage on Springfield Road, West Belfast.
“We have distributed 600 flyers and purchased a further 300 today to post further in the community in the hope someone somewhere has seen him.
“Myself and my partner hired a pet detective from Dublin who scoured our area but found no sight of him.
Former Tory Chief Whip Gavin Williamson, the 41-year-old rising star of the Tory party, owns Cronus, a red-legged Mexican tarantula. “I’ve had Cronus since he was a spider-ling, so I have a very paternal sort of approach,” says Williamson.
“It’s very much the same sort of love and care that I give to my spider as I give to all MPs.” Parliament has a strict no-pets order, but Williamson, who has surprised many party insiders with his meteoric rise, managed to “convince” them to make an exception. Telling.
The Labour leader owns El Gato, a cat whose name literally means “the cat” in Spanish. Depending on your political leanings, it’s either a case of what you see is what you get, or a characteristic lack of imagination.