As a Female Private Investigator in Nashville Tennessee I get a lot of calls asking what is available for free. A person can run a free local background check several ways. I recommend accessing the public record computers located in the county clerk’s office in any county in Tennessee. Just walk in, ask the folks to help you locate the criminal record computer and the civil record computer. Next thing I use is 411.com. This site will give you historical address information listing the names of all the people in the house. Further, the site gives the names of neighbors which a person can call to find out general information. Nashville Tennessee is located in Davidson County. Search Davidson County TN Criminal Records and find the site to search case information. You don’t have to be a Private Investigator just have the name and date of birth to get lots of defendant details. These types of criminal record searches are available in many cities today.
Nashville Cell Phone search a frequent request for this private investigator. We can not obtain cell phone records without a subpoena. Some people attach a cell phone number to their Facebook account. Even though the number is not visible to the public when the cell number entered in the search area on Facebook will bring up the person’s profile. Tip: When you are spying on a cell phone it is a good idea to turn on video record on another phone to document what you find because the information may be gone later. Lay the suspicious cell phone down with recording cell phone recording what if found. I do have a pay service which is able to search for cell phone numbers by name or give a name to a number.
Sometimes being private eye in Nashville TN means risk. I feel it was easier for me to get close to this “meth” house because I am a female private investigator. The case started when a grandmother called me with great concern in her voice because one of her grandchildren was living in a meth house. The child had a sibling in the hospital with unexplained burns. The police could not prove the child was burned because of meth production but the police were not allowing the child to leave the hospital. The parents were both known to be on meth. They were hiding with the younger sibling, age 6. We knew they were somewhere in off Old Hickory Blvd, Nashville, Tennessee. I was hoping for a recent police report or court appearance I could use to track the two meth users. I did not have any success. The grandmother had given me the birth mother’s old cell phone. I told the concerned client I wasn’t sure what I can do with the phone but I would try. About a week later the cell phone rang, I answered, it was a recording from an elementary school about being approved for free lunches. Once I heard that, I called the number back and spoke to a woman who explained the message to me. Once she confirmed the school name I waited at the school with a photo of the child. I saw the child getting on a bus. I followed the bus to where the child got off the bus. A pick up truck with a man and a woman inside was waiting on the bus. The child was greeted by the couple and brought into the truck. The three people stayed parked for 41 minutes, just sitting. I watched them buckle up so I pulled out in front of them. They drove so slow it wasn’t hard to pull off and watch them go by. I only saw what street they turned down so I hurriedly put my dog’s leash on. We rushed down the street where the house was just in time to see the child entering the residence. The couple continuously looked all around in a paranoid fashion. I understand later that week the younger sibling was removed from the home while meth production was underway. Sometimes a private eye can make a difference.