Our Client was worried that her soon to be husband was cheating on her with another woman. Because of this she wanted ICS to conduct a
non-marital infidelity investigation. Our Client already had pictures of the
suspected mistress but she wanted to catch her fiance in the act of
meeting with the woman.
Originally this investigation was
supposed to be surveillance of the Subject’s vacation home in New
Mexico. When the Subject was found not to be on the premises the
investigation was put on hold on behalf of the client to save the
surveillance hours. A month later, however, we received word that the
Subject was going to meet with his suspected mistress at a hotel in
Texas. We then redeployed our private investigator in order to find
out the truth. Here are the details of what happened that night:
9:45 pm: Our Investigator arrived at the
9:53 pm: To make sure the mistress was
present, our Investigator called the hotel room of the woman and
asked for someone with a fictitious name. Now that he had confirmed
the female subject was present, he knew he was close to getting some
10:30 pm: The (secondary) female Subject is observed entering the bar area and the (primary) subject appeared shortly after at 10:34 pm.
10:34 pm: The Subjects greeted each other with a kiss (the investigator could not observe if it was on the cheek or lips due to the position) and they proceeded to order a bottle of wine.
10:47 pm: Subjects moved to the lounge area and continued to converse as they both consumed the bottle of wine.
11:43 pm: The Subjects leave the bar area and proceed to the Hotel elevators. Both Subject's entered the elevator. The Investigator did not follow but proceeded to take photos of the Subject's vehicle, which parked in the Valet lot of the hotel.
12:00 am: Surveillance terminated.
7:30 am: Our Investigator returned to
the hotel and found that the Subject’s car was gone and both
individuals had checked out.
The Subject was caught secretly meeting
with his mistress, a kiss was exchanged, and the two Suspects were observed sharing wine as if on an intimate date and going
up the hotel elevators together. The Suspect’s car did not leave
that night. This information was enough for our Client and she was
glad to know the truth about her fiancé – that he was seeing
another woman and was behaving unfaithfully.
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