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Verify Their Marital Status-Part II

Overview
Are they married but pretending to be single? Once you confirm you have their real name,  see if a spouse is listed through property records or the age/relatives lookup sites. Then Google both names together to see if they’re still married or recently divorced.

No one single database is complete. So look through a lot of them before you conclude the person is unmarried!  Obviously, if you find a possible wife you can skip a step and go to verifying their current marital status.

Great give aways include recent wedding announcements, gift registries and recent obituaries. I love obituaries because they often lists the names and marital relationship of those in attendance.
(ex:
his son John Tilden and his wife, Golda from Florida).

So let’s have some fun.  It’s time to pull off Santa’s beard and expose the fraud.  Enjoy!

Index
1. Verify You Have His Real Name
2. Check Property Records For A Spouse
3. Look For Female Relatives that Could Be A Spouse
4. Google Both Their Names Together For Current Marital Status
5. Googling For Divorces
6. Check Free Databases For Divorces or If “The Woman Filed For a Name Change

Step 1:  Verify You Have His Real Name (a married man may give you a false one)

Skip this step ONLY if you’re absolutely sure he gave you his true name, i.e. he’s an old high school flame or you’ve seen his passport, credit card or driver’s license.  Otherwise, TRUST BUT VERIFY.

Does his cellphone number, username, address or email address all pull up some other guy? (a different photo or different name)

To find out, see Reverse Searches: Verify by Their Contact Information (Consumer-SOS)

Same goes if he claims to be a doctor, lawyer or CPA, etc.  To practice their profession, they must first be registered with the appropriate Occupational Licensing Board in their state. So if he’s given you a nick name, be sure to check a Directory Of Nick Names for his proper name.  For example: Dick=Richard, Ray=Raymond, Bill= William. Then look him up using both names. If he’s not there, it could mean he’s being untruthful about his name or profession or both.

What If All I Have Is Just His Name And Nothing More?
If you have his name and nothing else, (no username, email or cell # from text messages, etc.) verify their name by matching it with other things he’s told you about himself.

For example: If through the age & relative lookups you can’t find “Adam Rosen” age 53 in Georgia, the:guy is either new in town, or probably lying about his name, his age or both. The age & relative lookups are extremely comprehensive! They list almost everybody. (Far more so than the online Whitepages.)

Step 2: Check Property Records For A Spouse
If a woman is on the deed. Don’t let him tell you it’s his sister. Jump to Steps 4-6 and verify!

Background Homeowners To See If A Spouse Is Listed As Co-owner (50 States & DC)
6 out of 10 people own rather than rent, which means you can find or verify the names of over a hundred million homeowners with just their name or an address. Results may also include their middle initial, the home’s value, or that a
spouse is also on the deed! If you can’t find them, it could mean they rent, it’s in their spouse’s name or they gave you a false name. It could also mean they live in NYC, or you have the wrong address or city.
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Step 3: Look For A Possible Spouse Listed Among His Relatives
The age & relative lookups in Group 1 and 2 below show who may be related to the guy and how old they are.  A woman within 12 years of his age could be a sister, a roommate, an ex spouse or his current wife. Write down any female names that fit the bill. Sometimes a woman’s age won’t show up even when the guy’s does. But you can get her age by doing a separate search for her as well.  

Try at least one lookup from both Groups 1 and 2.

Group 1 (Relatives)

Intelius.com
Enter their name and state they live in for their age and possible relatives. For more relatives, mouse over “View All”.  Even if it may miss a relative, you’ll often see other valuable info about them such as where they worked or went to college.  This can help you identify them among false leads when Googling for  common name.

US Search.com (National Database)
Has age, places they’ve lived and possible relatives.  For more relatives, mouse over “View More”.

Group 2 (Marriage Records)

Moose Roots Marriage Records
Can look to see if they were ever married and when, but it’s hit or miss as the database is far from complete. But if you see a spouse, you at least know who she is if her name pops up in a deed or other listing. Not good for showing divorces.

FamilyTreeNow (Marriage)
Enter a full name and can also enter in a state if you get too many hits. (first try without a state since you don’t know where else they’ve lived or where they may have got married).
Hit enter, then scroll down on left to FILTER RESULTS. Choose either Marriage Records, Divorce Records or Living People…  (Misses many who are either married or divorced, but it’s worth looking at.)

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Step 4: Google Both Their Names Together For Current Marital Status

If they’re listed as husband and wife, try Googling their names with divorce decree. Or try searching for hits only in the last year.

Google Search Combos For Marriage (start with broad searches and refine if too many hits)

Sam Karen Gruberman
Sam Karen Gruberman Georgia
Karen Sam Gruberman Georgia
(switched the names around)
Sam Karen Gruberman Georgia wife OR married (use capital OR to get either “wife” OR “married”)
Sam Karen Gruberman Georgia wife OR married (Google Set to Past Year Only)

Limit Your Results To Past Year Only
Click on link above and replace names and state with the ones you’re looking for. Or learn how to limit Google searches within the last year. See #6 of Google Like A Pro (Quick Tips & Tricks).
And if last month’s obituary shows they’re married, but he insists he’s not, make him cough up the divorce certificate!

Step 5: Googling For Divorces
Start with broad searches and refine if you get too many hits.  See the examples below where I search with and without quotes.

Searching with their name and divorce might work.  Or it could pull up every divorce attorney in town! Here’s how to bypass those annoying ads from divorce lawyers and still get the meat!

“FIRESTONE v FIRESTONE” Richard (use quotes, may pull up several of his divorces)
“FIRESTONE v FIRESTONE” Richard Susan
“FIRESTONE v FIRESTONE” Richard Susan Georgia (here limited by state, but could omit divorces in other states)
Pontrelli v Pontrelli Barrie (Rare last name, no quotes needed)

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Step 6: Check Free Divorce Databases or If “The Woman Filed For a Name Change

https://www.juralindex.com/
For divorces, enter in the last name of the person and then search by state and case name. Using the last name as a case name should pull up divorces and name changes. For uncommon names, omit the state. You can always add it later if there are too many hits.  OR try searching by plaintiff or defendant or all. Then hit VIEW CASE DETAILS.  Records may go back to before 1995.

Note: For all you google experts who use Google to search within the bowels of other websites: It’ a waste of time in this case! Google won’t puck up records that are there which means you’ll be misled even more if you find nothing. You’re better off going to the websites directly.

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Why A Background Check?

For anyone who would background the house or car they buy,  but not their date…

Are Public Records A Bad Thing?
Are you a privacy nut?  Or someone convinced that free public records mean the end of the world?  Or maybe you’re less extreme than that, but just a little alarmed because there’s far too much public information freely available online.

Well, to quote Bill Clinton: I feel your pain.  There’s a lot on the Internet that can be used to stalk people, defame people, or simply harass people. Too much hate, too much bullying, too much social media.  And yes, too many YouTube videos with annoying pop up ads.

So what are you going to do about it?  Without a time machine, we’re stuck in the here and now.  And like fire, which is good in the oven but terrible on the curtains,  so is the free information you’ll find on the Internet.

Think back to all the amazing inventions.  And the opposition they all received. The VCR allowed you to illegally copy.  But with it you could watch all your favorite programs without the commercials.

And what about the Internet?  It made huge numbers of teens more isolated, more asocial and even more into pornography.  Yet it also allowed bedridden grandmothers to Skype their distant grandchildren.  I could talk about the car, the iPod and the smartphone.  But you get the gist.  The technology is neutral.  What counts most is what we do with it.

So let’s stop the complaining. It’s now time to make the lemons into lemonade.

Trust But Verify
Too many times I get the question: Why do a background check?  Sometimes I’m even accused of being  a snooper or stalker.  The people who ask these things tend to think there’s something shady when you look someone up online.  Their concern is that the mere act of backgrounding someone creates inherent feelings  of mistrust.  And that it’s better to be ignorant than poisoned by unfounded suspicion.  In some cases they may be right!

I agree that it’s what’s in our heart that matters.  It harms us when we always suspect others of being liars or underhanded.  But this doesn’t mean we throw away our intelligence or our caution.  We live in an age where people are no longer in communities.  A time when people are no longer accountable.

Unlike a century ago, people now have the power to run away from their own heat.  They can escape their own bad reputations.  So you’re an abuser, a liar or a cheat?  Simply cut off old ties, move to another town and reinvent yourself.  Who will know?   Unless of course, there’s a trail of all the harm you’ve caused.  A trail that can be found easily and for free by those with a need to know.

Your Need To Know
As employers, parents and singles, we all have a need to know.  We have a responsibility to protect ourselves, our friends and our families.  We need to know who we’re going to hire or date or allow near our children.

As Ronald Reagan once said when dealing with the Russians, we should  “trust, but verify.”  This means we start out in good faith and with the best of intentions.   But we’ve got to do our homework as well.  We cannot close our eyes to the realities that surround us.

As the mom of little red riding hood, would you let your little girl wander alone in the forest?  And what about the man you invited home for dinner?  Are you so sure he’s not the big bad wolf?  How can you tell?  As in the story, the wolf wears many disguises.  And the faster you know it’s a wolf, the faster you can protect those you love.

When Is A Good Time To Do A Background Check?
So now you’re seeing wolves and want to do a background check.  But when is a background check appropriate?   It’s all about balancing your desire to trust verses the risk of being too trusting.  The threshold of trust is different for everyone.  It’s your life.  So only you can answer that question.

But allow me to make a few suggestions.  Do a background check whenever the stakes are high.  At the the very least, I recommend it when dating, hiring, renting out your house, or when investing in someone’s business.

I also recommend a background check when you notice something is wrong.  It could be that someone’s story doesn’t add up.  Or that an employee has a pattern of acting strange or erratic and you’re unable to figure out why.

What Do I Look For In A Background Check?
What to look for in a background check all depends on why you’re doing it in the first place.  For example, if your dating someone, their age and marital status may be more important than their DUI of 20 years ago.

If you’re checking out a renter, take a look at any incidences of violence or prior evictions, destruction of property, etc.  Also find out if they ever sued their landlord.

For investors,  you’ll want to check out their honesty and their competence in financial matters.  Do they have recent bankruptcies or defunct companies they ran into the ground?

Were they ever charged or convicted of fraud or embezzlement?  How do they manage their assets?  Checking out what they own tells you if they’re good managers.  It may also reveal if they have undisclosed conflicts of interests.  For example, are they asking you to invest in something they have hidden ties to?  Is it a Ponzi scheme or a company secretly owned by their kid brother?

Lies, Omissions & Funny Business (My Law School Days at ASU)
Often we have no clue what a person has done or even what to ask them.  In other words, we don’t know what we don’t know.  But if something suddenly appears fishy, it’s time to do a background check!

A great example of this occurred in my law school days when I met a a self proclaimed millionaire named Mike Davis.  Mike was smart, affable and seemed like a really nice guy.  But I should have suspected something fishy when I caught him waiting on the financial aid line.  Law school was a lot cheaper back then.  Millionaires didn’t need or qualify for student loans.  That was my first clue something was definitely amiss.

Years later at a party, I confessed to him, “Mike I’ve known you for three years and you’re still f*n inscrutable!  I know as much about you now as the very first day I met you!”  Mike grinned at me and said “just ask away little buddy!”  I was  silent.  What could I ask him?

A few years later Mike made national headlines.  And I so badly wanted to go back to that party and ask him: Hey Mike, by any chance, is your real name Walter Waldhauser And before I knew you, did you ever flunk out of a Texas law school and serve 9 years in prison for killing people to collect on their inheritance money?   And by the way, if you hadn’t plead guilty and ratted out your accomplices, do you think you too would have died by lethal injection as they did?  Just asking little buddy.  Just asking…

But again, you don’t know what you don’t know.  That’s why you should do the background check as soon as you know something’s fishy.   If there’s water dripping from the ceiling, don’t sit around until the roof caves in.

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Top Signs He’s Married Or Cheating

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Did you know that 30% of the men on dating sites are
really married?  If you do the math, you’ll see you’re chances of being a homewrecker are close to 1 in 3!

You’d think a married man is easy to spot.  But such is not always the case.  One reason is that their excuses get better and better.  They’re some pretty slick men out there.  And they’ve been playing this game a long, long time.

Sadly, another reason they can get away with this is because many  women see the signs, but in their hearts, they just don’t want to believe them.  These women will ignore the advice of their friends, their family and even their own gut instinct.  They accept his excuses because the truth is simply too heartbreaking.

That said, I have compiled the biggest, most important signs that the guy is either married or cheating on you.  These signs are absolute show stoppers. You should be ready to bolt if you see any one of them.

SIGN #1: He Tells You He’s Married!
This sounds hard to believe but it happens all the time. You meet a great guy and he’s upfront that he has a wife.  Or he tells you so only after a few dates.  To keep you interested, he’ll claim he’s separated from her or getting a divorce.  And so you’re impressed with his honesty.  The problem is most of it’s a lie.

This is the cheater’s perfect cover story.  He’ll tell you:  “My wife’s crazy.  She doesn’t understand me like you do.”  Or “I’m separated and just waiting for the divorce papers.”

And so you’re the women on standby.  (All the time.)  It’s a great excuse to keep you hanging on while he does whatever he likes to do.  And meanwhile he’s still married and dating every woman in town.

He can’t see you right away?  It’s the wife’s fault of course.  He’ll say something about the children and custody and anything else he can think of.   And you’ll hate his wife for being so cruel and unreasonable, even when none of it’s true.

And if it’s all true, you just married his wife. Your highs and your lows, now all depend on a strange woman you never even met.

What If I Want To See Him Anyway?
If you’re determined to see him before the divorce is final, make him at least show you the proof he filed for divorce.  Anyone who’s in the middle of a divorce should at least have the court papers.  And be sure it includes a case filing number along with his name.  Better yet, tell him “sayonara” until after he’s really divorced.  And have him mail you the divorce certificate.

Sign #2:  A Tan Line On His Ring Finger
The tan line or indentation on his ring finger is a dead give away
that your man belongs to someone else.

Ask him point blank “You’re married aren’t you?”  RUN no matter what he says.  There’s no good outcome here.  Either he’s married with no intention of divorcing his wife; or he just decided “not to be married” and you’re the rebound girl he can use until he gets his act together.  This guy is bad news.  Wait for his divorce certificate.

Sign #3: He Never Invites You Home (Or It’s Very Rare)
So, he’ a traveling salesman; the home is under construction; he’s embarrassed how messy it is; his house has bad memories for him; or he likes your place so much better.

If he doesn’t invite you in, dump him!  And if he rarely invites you, drive by his  house and stop by unexpectedly.  Bring  a cute gift for cover!

Is he nervous when you drop in?  Does he have tampons under the sink?  Is the toilet seat down?  Does he even let you in?  Take a look around the place for signs of another woman.

Sign #4: He Pays Only In Cash
Sure.  He hates debt.  He has bad credit.  He got mugged and lost his debit card, or he’s an importer exporter with lots of cash on hand. OK.  But just maybe, he  doesn’t want you to see his real name.  Or for his wife to see the strange bills on his credit cards!

To verify his name, playfully show him your photo ID and ask to see his too.  Later Google him based on his full name, age ,state and county where the ID was issued.  And don’t forget to do likewise with his address.

In casual conversation, ask him the names of his relatives.  Does he have brothers or sisters or an ex wife?  Get a few names if you can, and Google them in the same search with his name.  For more on how to background him, See The Sleuth For The Truth Video Google Like A Pro.

Sign #5: He’s Never Available On Weekends & Holidays
(Every Date Is At The Very Last Minute)
This is sure sign he’s married.  But even on the off chance he isn’t,  you’re still second fiddle.  Sometimes he’ll actually make a date with you to show he can commit, but then has to cancel it as something else came up.   If there’s really no wife and kids, (hard to believe) you can bet he’s still playing the field.  The colorful excuses don’t matter.  The reality is he’s committed to other people and you come in last.  They get him during prime time.  You get the 3 AM slot.

Sign #6: He Never Introduces You To His Family, Friends, Colleagues or Children.  Or you meet only a select group of such.
Loose lips sink ships.  He’s either a sociopath with no connections, or he’s leading a double life where he doesn’t want you to know about them.  And he certainly doesn’t want them to know about you.  At best you’re the black sheep, a lapse in discretion, an embarrassment.  At worst, he’s a married man and you’re his unwitting adulteress.

Sign #7: He Avoids Seeing You In Public Places
(Or Certain Public Places)
Instead, he prefers going out with you to remote places, or he always wants to stay inside and just be with you alone.  Another twist: When he goes out with you, it’s always with group of other people so it looks casual or like you’re just one of the gang.

Watch out if he hates public displays of affection or feels uncomfortable when you suddenly snap  a photo of you two together.  Yet in private, he’s a different man: He’s affectionate, passionate and really digs you!

This is a man who’ s definitely hiding something.  A man who for some reason is afraid to be seen with you.  Forget his excuses. What’s the pattern here?

Sign #8: You Only Get To See Him When He Wants You To
Cheaters have busy lives and they hates surprises.  You are the outsider, his secret life, the person he must squeeze in among his existing obligations and commitments.  Your impromptu call for a surprise date will go unanswered or it will be put off till later.  Or he may agree only to suddenly cancel.  You call him but never seem to get him. (The pattern is that he always has to call you back.)

Look out for his inability to commit in advance or his constant canceling of your plans together.  (Every guy knows not to cancel on your birthday.)  If your meetings always have to be prearranged and have strict time frames, this too is a  bad sign.

Sign #9: Weird Phone Habits

The examples below show he’s sneaky or concealing something:

  • He’s Talking or Texting You and It Abruptly Ends (The wife may have walked in)
  • He Never Picks Up Your Calls in the Morning or After Work (He always has to call back later)
  • Never Answers His Phone in Front of You but does look at who’s calling (could be the wife or another girlfriend)
  • Your Name & Phone # is Not in His Cell Phone or, Your Number Shows Up on His Phone as “Office” or with a Name Not Yours.
  • His Voicemails To You Are Overly Formal and Super Professional
    (for example, he calls you by first and last name, or the message never reveals any intimacy such as why he’s calling).
  • He Has Several phones,  or Cell #s, which he won’t give to you.

Sign  #10: He Never Talks About His Family Or Prior Relationships
He’s a blank slate with no past.  After all, the less you know, the fewer lies he has to tell.  And with the names of his relatives, you could find out he’s really married!  Tactfully bring up your family and prior relationships and ask him about his own.  Does he squirm? Does he change the subject or look uncomfortable?  Any guy who won’t open up is dangerous, even without a wife and kids.

Sign#11: He Pretends To Be Such A Super Dad
(So He Never Has Time To See You except when he wants a quickie)
Is he always breaking dates because of his little girl’s dance recitals?  Or is he always helping her with homework or dealing with family emergencies?  Shame on you for being upset.  How dare you be suspicious!  What a good dad he is!

But the real reason he can’t see you is because he has a wife or another woman on the side.  Being the superdad is a perfect excuse.  If the man cares for you, he’ll make the time for both you AND his family.  He did it once before when he got married.  He can do it again.  Unless of course, it’s all just a smokescreen for him while he tends to his wife or plays the field.

Sign 12: He Won’t Friend You On Facebook
Not everyone has a Facebook page.  But most people do.
And it’s a real danger sign if you’re dating him and he won’t accept your friend request.  He’ll give you some excuse that his Facebook page is only for family or for business or only for his class reunion friends.

But what’s he hiding?  A family?  A double life?  Is he afraid you’ll tag him in a photo of you and him in a romantic setting?  Or are you just not that important to him?  Men should be proud of their dates.  If he’s serious about you, he will want to show you off to others.  I’m sure he’s has plenty of excuses.  Do you believe them?

Sign 13: He Immediately Takes A Shower When He Gets Home
Some men just like being clean.  Others don’t want you seeing strange hairs or smelling another woman’s perfume.  If the shower thing is new, watch out!

Sign #14: He Fails The Smell Test
Trust Your Gut. Trust Your Girlfriend’s Gut.  If you’ve come across any of these signs, you can bet he’s got a wife or other girlfriends.  You are the side dish, not the main course.  He might be able to explain away some of this sneaky, flaky, wacky and erratic behavior.  But if you believe it all, perhaps you just don’t want to know the truth about him.

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Sleuth For The Truth Videos
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Learn how to do your own background checks.

Reverse Address Lookups For Marital Status, Who Lives There & More (Video)

Free Background Checks (Consumer-SOS)
Find the free links to find out if someone is telling the truth about their criminal records, their age, their property, their name, who they live with and sometimes, even if they’re married.

Free Georgia Background Checks (Consumer-SOS-Georgia)
Same as above but specific to the state of Georgia.

 

Arrests and Mugshots

Free Arrest Records & Mugshots
Anyone can have a nice talk.  But to know a person’s true character, you’ve got to see their walk. That’s why arrest records are important.  As everyone knows, an arrest is not a conviction.  Often charges are dropped or the person is acquitted in a court of law.  Sometimes it’s just about being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

But despite these flaws, arrest records serve a valuable purpose. They can be a powerful glimpse into someone’s crooked past. They can show a pattern of misconduct or a lifetime of bad judgment. They can also reveal if the person is still dangerous, and not one to date, hire or allow into your home.

For example: Imagine a person arrested five times for driving a get-away vehicle.  Or a lawyer arrested on a suspended driver’s license, when earlier he practiced law on a suspended bar license!  Obviously you can see the pattern here.  Excuses aside, the smell test shows something is fishy.  And the more recent the arrests, the more likely the person hasn’t changed.

So where do you find these arrest records?  And how do you get them for free?  The first place to look are the mugshot databases. These are the free websites that pull up a person’s arrest photos along with their name.

Specific Arrest & Mugshot Websites

How To Find Arrest Records at Arrests.org
Arrests.org. is a great website for looking up mugshots and arrest records.  The only drawback is you must select a state.  This means you won’t be allowed to do a nationwide search.  So it pays to search all the states where you believe your subject has lived.

For a video on how to search this site see Free Arrest Records & Mugshots.

Make sure you’re always using the search box that says arrests.org. Otherwise you could get lured onto a site that will try to charge you for what you can get here for free.  Then enter in a first and last name only.   Do not enter in a full name or middle initial.  That will just exclude mugshots where this information was never entered but should have been.

Note: If you search for someone who has no arrests, it won’t tell you so.  It simply shows you the latest arrests on file.  I tried this with “Graham Firestone”but it just pulled up men and women with different names.

About Arrest Findings
The best arrest sites will tell you what the person was charged for and when, and give you a mugshot accompanied by their full name or middle initial, and a year or date of birth.  That’s a lot of information to get when all you knew was their first and last name!  So be sure to copy and paste this into Word or Notepad.  You’ll need it later when it’s time to Google them.

Keep in mind that no arrest site is complete.  So if you don’t find the the name you’re looking for, check at least 2 other arrest/mugshot websites.

How To Find Arrest Records at Mugshots.com
Mugshots.com is another great website that allows searches for mugshots and arrest records. The difference is that when you search here you don’t have to first select a state.

A national search is a powerful tool.  It means you don’t have to know anything about your subject except their first and last name.  With rare names, I recommend you do a nationwide arrest search.  A search throughout the US could pull up an arrest in a state you never knew  they lived in.  But with more common names, you will want to select a state so you don’t get thousands of false leads.

To demonstrate go to the top right and enter in the first and last name “jason moore” which yields 1297 results.

If an ad appears, make sure you click on “continue to mugshots.com.” Otherwise you’ll find yourself on another site that won’t be as helpful.

To narrow your search, click on US Counties and then click on your state.  Let’s choose GA.

Mugshots.com for example, has 5 hits for “jason moore” in Gwinnett county, Georgia while arrests.org had none.

This is why you need to search several of these databases.  Some will have records the others are missing.

How To Google For Arrest Records
You have two options here.  You can Google the individual’s name with synonyms for “arrest,” “indicted”, “charged,” or “charges.”  For example: “Graham B Firestone” arrested.  Or you can search for words that will pull up  other arrest-mugshot websites.  I recommend doing both.

How To Google For Other Mugshot Websites
Sometimes a mugshot database will go out of business or start charging for their services.  Just in case this happens, here’s how to find similar websites,

  1. First, Google a common name with the word mugshotExample: Harvey Moore Mugshot
  2. Look for the websites with names that suggest they are national databases. Ignore news stories or anything from a blog, TV station or local county jail.
  3. Save the good links in your favorites for future Reference. Often, the national databases will start with “arrest” or “mugshot” or “jail” in their domain name.

Ignore Sites Like These:
www.chicagotribune.com/…/chi-suburban-chicago-mug…
www.blogsrus.com/
recentarrests
www.gwinnettcountysheriff.com/php/recentreleases.php
www.jacksonheraldtoday.com
/.../7230-Forty-two-charged-by-Jackson-C

Look For Sites Like These: (Copy up to the .com or .org)
www. mugshots.com/US-Counties/…/Clarence-Harvey-Moore.39280649.html
http://arrest-mugshot-search.com
www.mugshot-media.com/Counties/Georgia/Gwinnett-County/?page
https://jailalert.com/arrest-records/georgia/
https://mugshotsearch.org
/search/georgia/gwinnett-county/1

For Videos On How To Do Free Background Checks, See Sleuth For The Truth (YouTube)

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