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PI’s Declassified!

PI’s Declassified!

Thursday at 9 AM Pacific

July 01st 2010:Hiding in Plain Sight

How does a killer on parole just disappear? And how do investigators go about tracking him down years later? PI’s Declassified presents an unusual case of locating a man 38 years after he vanished, fleeing his parole officer and leaving no traces. The entire case had nearly been forgotten. But one day when Dr. Clem Pellett of Bellevue, Washington was cleaning out his mother’s home, he found newspaper clippings and learned about the murder of his grandfather, Clarence Pellett. Clarence was shot to death by a hitchhiker named Frank Dryman in 1951. Dryman was convicted and served time, but when

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Clem Pellett

Dr. Clem Pellett is a highly skilled oral and maxillofacial surgeon specializing in problems relating to the mouth, teeth and facial regions from a clinic located in Bellevue, Washington. After graduating from dental school, he served his residency at the Mayo Clinic, is now considered one of Seattle’s top ten surgeons, and has even taught in Zimbabwe. Dr. Pellet’s grandfather, Clarence Pellett, was shot to death by a hitchhiker in 1951, two years before Dr. Pellet was born. While cleaning out his mother’s home, Dr. Pellett discovered the details of his grandfather’s death while looking through a box of keepsakes containing newspaper clippings of his grandfather’s murder. His curiosity led
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Sheila Klopper

Sheila Klopper has been a licensed private investigator since 1988 and is located in San Jose, CA. Prior to becoming a PI, her experience includes being a Social Services eligibility supervisor, physical education teacher and coach, photo journalist, a U.S. Army Reserve MP, and finally a police officer. Besides operating an active private investigation practice, she is a member of the California Rescue Dog Association (CARDA) and actively works with the Santa Clara University School of Law Innocence Project. A 2004 Investigator of the Year award recipient, Sheila has her B.S degree in Human Performance with a minor in Business Administration. She is a member of the California Associati
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Patricia Shaughnessy

Pat Shaughnessy, a legal investigator in Phoenix, Arizona, has provided claims and litigation support for 32 years to Risk Management, attorneys, insurance adjusters, and other professionals. Prior to establishing her business, Investigative Resources Service, LLC in 1988, Pat spent 12 years as litigation paralegal with Phoenix law firm, Lewis & Roca. Pat served 12 years on the Arizona Private Investigator Licensing Board as well as was a confidential intermediary (adoption searches through the Arizona Supreme court), and held many offices in the Arizona Association of Licensed Private Investigators. Pat has been recognized through the Maricopa County Bar Association and Communit
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Patrick Cote

Before becoming an Arizona licensed private investigator, Patrick Cote served the final eleven years of his 30-year law enforcement career as Chief of Police. Following law enforcement, Patrick authored a book providing an in-depth analysis of police departments from his experiences entitled Police Managing Success. Patrick holds a M.S. in Criminal Justice Management, a B.S. in Criminal Justice Administration and currently teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses at the University of Phoenix. He has two daughters and most notably has been married to the same woman for forty years. Patrick is a member of American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), US Association of Private Inve
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1748/pis-declassified 22/11/2017 08:00 22/11/2017 09:00 PI’s Declassified! https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1748/pis-declassified How does a killer on parole just disappear? And how do investigators go about tracking him down years later? PI’s Declassified presents an unusual case of locating a man 38 years after he vanished, fleeing his parole officer and leaving no traces. The entire case had nearly been forgotten. But one day when Dr. Clem Pellett of Bellevue, Washington was cleaning out his mother’s home, he found newspaper clippings and learned about the murder of his grandfather, Clarence Pellett. Clarence was shot to death by a hitchhiker named Frank Dryman in 1951. Dryman was convicted and served time, but when he was released to parole, he vanished. More than thirty years had passed, but Dr. Pellett decided to try to find his grandfather’s killer. Tune in to hear the three resourceful private investigators who worked in concert to locate Frank Dryman and return him to the authorities. It’s an incredible story of hiding in plain sight. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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