Anyone who thinks it’s easy making a living as a private investigator has been watching too much television or reading too many mystery novels. Having watched his competitors come and go for 40 years, Gary Glanz knows that better than anybody. To him, there is only one measure of success in this business, and that is producing results for the client – for every client, every time.
What the Feds Missed
The FBI moved quickly to arrest the man suspected of kidnapping a Tulsa oilman and investor, one of the community’s most well-known and highly respected citizens. But when it came time to recover the $700,000 ransom in a search of the suspect’s home, the feds struck out.
At that point, Gary Glanz stepped in and was assigned the task of convincing the suspect it was in his best interests to reveal to him the location of the money. Even though his own lawyer had already failed to get the man to open up, it took Glanz only a short time to get the suspect to come around, and he left the jail with precise directions to the missing loot.
Later, he led a parade of embarrassed and indignant federal agents, Tulsa police officers and the suspect’s attorney on another search of the man’s house, taking them directly to the cash, which was exactly where the suspect said it would be – in a duffel bag in the basement. It would prove to be the largest ransom recovery in Oklahoma history.
A disclaimer about discretion
Each of the cases discussed on this Web site is a matter of public record and/or has been covered in the media. Gary Glanz & Associates has resolved thousands of other cases for clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to individuals of modest means, the details of which have remained confidential. Protecting our clients’ privacy is something we take very seriously.