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Mr. John D. Waugh

Wrong John D. Waugh?

Agent Training

FBI Academy in Quantico , Va.

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • bachelor of science degree , Business Administration
    Wayne State University
Web References
Spinelli Investigations - About Us [cached]
John D. Waugh
John D. Waugh
John graduated from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan with a B. S. in Marketing and a minor in Accounting.
John was appointed a Special Agent with the FBI in 1976.Following the 16 weeks of new agent training at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Va., John was assigned to the Pittsburgh, Pa. Division.He worked a variety of criminal investigations including bank robberies, interstate thefts and organized crime and gambling matters.Following three years in Pittsburgh, John was transferred to the Detroit Division where he specialized in complex, long-term white-collar crime matters including Financial Institution Fraud, Fraud By Wire and Major Insurance Fraud.John's last assignment before retirement from the FBI brought him to Phoenix in 1998 where he was involved in complex Domestic Terrorism investigations.
Lochmoor Private investigators background [cached]
John D. Waugh is the founding member of Lochmoor Investigations LLC, based in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is a retired FBI Special Agent, who specialized primarily in white collar crime investigations during his 30 year career. While in the FBI, he was assigned to Pittsburgh, PA, Detroit, MI, and finally to Phoenix, Arizona, where he retired. Upon his retirement from the FBI, he was appointed by Governor Jane D. Hull to a position on the five member Arizona Board of Executive Clemency, where he served for two years, conducting parole and sentence commutation hearings as a member of the state parole board. He has also worked as a criminal defense investigator for the Maricopa County Legal Advocate's Office, where he gained valuable experience and knowledge of the local criminal justice system. 
Mr. Waugh is a member of the Arizona Association of Licensed Private Investigators, the Arizona Public Defender Association, and The Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI
Mr. Waugh is a graduate of Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, with a bachelor of science degree in Business Administration. His major field of study was Business, with a minor in Accounting.
After training at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, Mr. Waugh was first assigned to the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania field office, where he worked a variety of criminal cases, consisting mainly of property crimes as well as violent crimes. Subsequently, in 1979 he was transferred to the Detroit, Michigan field office, where he was assigned to work what are commonly referred to as white collar crimes. These investigations included Bank Fraud and Embezzlements, Fraud by Wire, Bankruptcy Fraud, Interstate Transportation of Stolen Property (ITSP), and a variety of government program frauds, such as Medicare fraud. He engaged in this type of investigative activity until 1998, when he was transferred to the Phoenix, Arizona field office, where he worked a variety of investigative matters focused primarily on domestic terrorism cases.
Among the Fraud by Wire and ITSP matters that he investigated were a large number of cases involving schemes to defraud persons using fictitious or counterfeit documents as well as other fraudulent means meant to lure innocent persons into investing money. He is knowledgeable in the details of how these schemes are perpetrated, and he participated in the successful prosecution of individuals responsible for conducting such schemes.
Mr. Waugh has testified as a government witness before a Federal Grand Jury in support of an indictment on many occasions. In addition, has testified in United States District Court in excess of 100 times. Since then, as a private investigator he has testified in Maricopa County Superior Court, and has been designated as an expert witness while testifying regarding a variety of white collar crime matters.
Since founding Lochmoor Investigations, Mr. Waugh has endeavored to assemble an elite team of former FBI personnel in order to offer high quality investigative services to the general public, as well as to the legal and business community. As the company has grown, it has developed a reputation for providing high quality investigative work at a reasonable cost.
The combination of law enforcement, parole, and criminal defense experiences has provided Mr. Waugh with a well rounded view of the entire criminal justice system.
Since joining John Waugh at Lochmoor Investigations, Ken has been conducting a wide variety of hands on investigations.
John D. Waugh is the ... [cached]
John D. Waugh is the founding member of Lochmoor Investigations, located in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is a retired FBI Special Agent, who specialized primarily in white collar crime investigations during his thirty years career. While in the FBI, he was assigned to Pittsburgh, PA, Detroit, MI, and finally to Phoenix, Arizona, where he retired.
Phoenix New Times | | News [cached]
Says former board member John Waugh, "In their effort to save pennies, they [the Governor's Office] have created a situation that will have a direct bearing on the safety and well-being of our citizens."
Waugh - a retired FBI agent who resigned from the board last month "for personal reasons" - isn't being hyperbolic.Last month, for example, a case analyst scanning the file of a hopeful parolee saw that authorities had erred by noting the man's date of incarceration as 1991, not 1997.
That error was pivotal, because that inmate wasn't eligible for release for a few more years.Arizona abolished parole starting in 1994 - prison inmates now must serve at least 85 percent of their imposed sentence.
(More than 4,000 inmates at the Department of Corrections still are eligible for parole, because they were sentenced before the so-called "truth in sentencing" provisions went into effect in January 1994.)
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