Locating services include finding someone locally who has moved and left no forwarding address or other information. In these cases the Bounty Hunter examines local utility records and other related information. While there may be criminal activity by the person sought, usually there is not; he or she is simply missing; has dropped out of sight without trying to hide. In many cases the sought after individual has moved to some far distant location and the seeker merely wants to reestablish contact for purely personal reasons. These are usually "Missing Persons" cases rather than criminal evasions.
SKIP TRACING Usually consists of locating a person who has "skipped" in order to avoid some civil or criminal process such as a subpoena, summons, or arrest warrant. Many times these sought after individuals seek to avoid execution of a warrant of arrest and following trial on some criminal matter. More often, they are people who are avoiding execution of a judgment for money or are merely seeking to avoid the unpleasantness of a trial in either civil or criminal court.
BOND JUMPERS. The Old West motion picture image of the bounty hunter who will "bring 'em in, dead or alive" has unjustly given the Bounty Hunter a bad name which is seldom, if ever, justified. Certainly, when a hardened criminal skips out on his bail bond, some considerable force may be needed to take the person into custody and to "persuade" that person to return to face trial. But this is exactly what the modern Bounty Hunter does---getting people back into custody whom society wants behind bars. Like any modern professional Bounty Hunter, Billy Wells endeavors to use only that amount and type of force which is necessary to recover the subject and get him/her back into police custody and off the streets.
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