A man in the suburbs of Columbia, MO makes a grisly discovery on his property.
When a body is discovered in the woods, authorities ask if he’s the victim of revenge from an ex-girlfriend, her over-protective brother or her 14-year-old son.
COLUMBIA – Our cell phones and tablets hold our most sensitive personal information. Sometimes they track more of our lives than we’re comfortable with. The Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Digital Forensics Unit examined 239 cell phones and 95 computers potentially hacked in 2014, and those are not the only hacking cases in mid-Missouri. Private Investigator Melinda Kidder said she deals with phone hacks, most of them occurring within the victim’s home. “Just like in a murder case or an abduction, it’s usually someone they know who has gotten into their phone,” Kidder said. Read more: http://www.komu.com/news/target-8-cell-phone-hacks-happen-closer-to-home/
I got an email this week from Melinda Kidder, a private detective with a heart for children’s issues.
At last night’s Columbia City Council meeting, speakers ranging from private investigators to self-proclaimed “Dumpster divers” protested a proposed ordinance making it illegal to take trash or recyclables from the curb.
What is happening to our children? Children are being bought, sold and smuggled right under our noses right here in the United States, maybe right in your own neighborhood.
Melinda Kidder of Columbia Investigations. Kidder, a PI, and Siedow each began making phone calls and posting Facebook and IM messages at a fast and furious clip.
Between hanging with her little girl and practicing martial arts, Melinda Kidder scopes out scenes to get the dirt on unanswered questions and finds out some unwanted information, too.
Private investigator Melinda Kidder, owner of Columbia Investigations, uses her natural inquisitiveness and discipline developed through martial arts to solve cases.