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Today I’d like to talk a little about locating people, which is one of the things that RMRI, LLC. does really well. Rick Gurley, the owner of RMRI, LLC. has over 28 years of history at locating hard to find people. Rick Gurley honed his skip tracing skills in the Bail Bonds Industry starting in 1989 by locating fugitives that were on the run and trying to avoid criminal prosecution from crimes ranging from petty theft to murder. Rick Gurley learned how to investigate the ‘old fashioned way” back in those days, by taking trips to the courthouse to review case files, going to the libraries to look in Cole’s Directories, interviewing people face to face, and spending long hours on surveillance watching locations.

As the technology evolved Rick Gurley knew that the Internet would be the wave of the future when it came to efficiently locating people. Rick Gurley knew that the Internet would be a place that all of the resources he had to physically travel to and spend so much time looking up in books and hard copy files could be packed into. So, Rick Gurley began to learn about the Internet, computers, and how this could enhance his ability to investigate fugitives and locate them. Rick Gurley spend hours and hours a day on the Internet researching site that housed personal information. Rick Gurley also learned how the Internet worked, what the Internet Tool Suite is, and how to use it to trace information on the Internet, becoming very proficient with Internet Investigations.

As technology progressed in the early to mid 90s, Rick Gurley started noticing that the new technology on the Internet was customized databases that were being privately developed for profit. customized databases that could house huge amounts of personal data. Rick Gurley knew that it would be imperative to learn about these new databases, how they worked, where the information in them came from, and how it could be updated. Rick Gurley gained access these databases, and started experimenting with the databases. Rick Gurley became very knowledgeable on where the information came from in these databases, which databases were the most up-to-date, and which databases kept their information the freshest. Later Rick Gurley would go on to consult to the private sector and to the government a little on how these databases could be used to locate and background people.

Now, Rick Gurley has the history behind him to feel confident in his abilities to locate even the hardest to find of people. Rick Gurley has amassed the tools and technology to be able to locate a person very quickly and without having to spend much in expenses, therefore economically to his clients. You know those people that are “shadows”? hard to find? Hard to know anything about? Well, that is what RMRI, LLC. does, we cast light on those shadows. We can find out where they live, what their phone number is, what their email address is, and who they are.  RMRI, LLC. can do this very affordably, in most cases under $1,00.00., and in a lot of cases under $500.00.

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When you need to know. When you have only a “shadow”, and you need to know more. Call RMRI, LLC. and let us bring those shadows out into the light for you. We can find that long lost relative, that Military buddy, that old college friend, that witness you may need on a court case, or that person that owes you money. This is what RMRI, LLC. has been doing for over 28 years! Call RMRI, LLC. today: (573) 234-4871

 

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Bail Bondsman Jason Sutton: A Public Service Post

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I have tried to stay away from “flame wars” on the Internet. I have also tried to work more towards marketing my company than having petty disputes with people on the Internet. But, sometimes one has to come to understand that some things are unavoidable, and one has to ask the question, can any good come out of doing this? The question becomes, will what I am about to do have any benefit to anyone? In this particular case, I do believe the public needs to know about a man that has abused his professional license, and by doing so has abused the very people in his own community.

JASON SUTTON BOONE COUNTY BAIL BONDSMAN, CRIMINAL AND THUG!

Jason Sutton Charges In Peoria Illinois

This picture above is a picture of Jason Sutton getting in trouble, as he usually does. Mr. Sutton has a Bail Bonds License through the Missouri Department of Insurance, and is known for abusing that professional license. One man named Steven Clark has stated that Jason Sutton threatened to rape his wife, because Mr. Clark missed a court date. Jason Sutton is known for making threats, below is a sound byte of him talking to me on the phone one night:

 

Yes, that is Jason Sutton bragging about his FBI Record, and his ties to organized crime. That is Jason Sutton trying to intimidate me with his “I’M A CERTIFIED, BONIFIED KILLER” line. If this man was not a criminal that has abused his professional license and harmed other people by doing so, he’d be comical. even though he is completely pathetic.

Jason Sutton is now going to court for beating up a lady named Kate Reller, when he had to pick her up for missing court. It was terrible, I saw the video footage. You could see Jason Sutton ‘s facial expression of pure pleasure while he was beating up on this poor lady. Jason Sutton beat this lady so much that he was charged with THREE (3) counts of assault on her.

Jason Sutton also set a man’s car on fire in the middle of the night when the man was asleep. Jason Sutton is about 6’4″ maybe taller and every bit of 300 Lbs, and the man who’s car he set on fire is 5’6″ and barely 150 Lbs. I also know that Jason Sutton did this because he admitted it to me the first night I met him, when we were on civil terms. I guess he thought this was something to brag about too. These types of incidents tell us a lot about a person’s character. I don’t want you to think that I am making allegations with no proof, below are Jason Sutton’s charges for the two incidents listed above:

Jason Sutton Current Charges

Anyone can access these charges on Missouri CaseNet, they are a matter of public record.

Jason Sutton has gotten by, by intimidating people. He has spread filthy lies about me, and I have told him that if he “kept lying about me, I’d start telling the truth about him”. There is one thing about what I am saying on this blog, there is evidence that I have provided to back up what I am saying here.

I do not like having to make blog posts like this. But the public knowing about this man is the lesser of two evils between any concern for this man’s ability to profit from his professional license. He has abused his license, and abused the people in his community by doing so. The public should have very grave concerns about dealing with him, or allowing him to bond them or their loved ones out of jail.

About seven years ago, a Bail Bondsman got charged with a weapon’s offense down in Springfield, MO. and the Department of Insurance immediately suspended his license, until the final disposition of his case. I have to wonder why Jason Sutton is getting special treatment here? Below is a copy of his current bonding license information and his General Agent’s bonding license information as of 08-20-2017:

Jason Sutton General Agent

 

If you wonder about this, please feel free to contact the MO. Department of Insurance and inquire:

Main Office Contact Information

  • Phone: 573-751-4126
  • Street Address: 301 W. High St., Room 530, Jefferson City, MO 65101
  • Mailing Address: PO Box 690, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0690
  • Correspondence with fees: PO Box 4001, Jefferson City, MO 65102-4001

 

Please, just beware of this man.  There are plenty of good, professional bail bondsmen out there. You don’t have to deal with someone like this.

This is a public service blog post bought to you by RMRI, LLC.

 

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Written by Rick Gurley

August 21, 2017 at 5:28 AM

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