Local PI stories
Utah private investigator Scott Fulmer visited at the Springville Public Library on Thursday, June 14, at 7:00 p.m. to read selections from his new true crime memoir, Confessions of a Private Eye: My Thirty Years Investigating Cheaters, Frauds, Missing Persons and Crooks (now on Amazon).
Fulmer's book offers an accurate behind-the-scenes look at his real-life cases. In nearly 30 years as a private eye, he has seen it all. Fulmer describes in breathtaking detail his investigations and challenges involving kidnapped children, missing diamonds and insurance scams.
Fulmer His true-life cases have run the gamut from workers comp fraud and murder, to recovering runaways, human smuggling and cheating spouses. From placing hidden GPS trackers on vehicles, proving trademark infringement and even investigating members of the George Bush administration. Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction!
Fulmer shared how he got his start in the private investigator business and the mistakes he made along the way. His narrative is insightful and often poignant. Not every investigation has a happy ending. But through it all, you'll learn about Fulmer's unique investigatory methods and his state-of-the-art equipment.
Utah Private Investigator Scott Fulmer.