Private Investigators convicted of wire fraud

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The dangers of the job are more than physical. Sometimes we do stick our noses where they don’t belong.

Private investigators sentenced for wire fraud

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

TACOMA, Wash. — An employee of a private investigation company and a woman who hired the firm have been spared prison time for illegal dirt digging.

Steven W. Berwick, who worked for Emilio A. and Brandy N. Torrella at BNT Investigations in Belfair, and Darci P. Templeton, a private eye based in Houston, were sentenced in federal court Friday to supervised release and probation, respectively. Both pleaded guilty to wire fraud charges, and Berwick also pleaded guilty to identity theft.

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  1. Working becomes more and more difficult for PIs

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