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Bay County Sheriff's Office

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    Bay County Sheriff's Office
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    Bay County Sheriff's Office
  • Sheriff's Investigator
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So you have to be very ..., 25 Feb 2014 [cached]
So you have to be very skeptical and be very, very careful," said Sergeant Paul Vecker, Bay County Sheriff's Office.
Bay County Sheriff's Office investigator ..., 7 April 2011 [cached]
Bay County Sheriff's Office investigator Paul Vecker tells a gathering of 20 area bankers, retailers and law enforcement officers about foreign money scams during the launch of a new program to combat fraud and scams at the agency's Lynn Haven office Wednesday.
However, if banks and locals recognize that there is no way they can win a foreign lottery, half the battle may already be won, said investigator Paul Vecker. Vecker urged bankers at the inaugural meeting of FIRST to place a hold on suspicious checks in order to prevent their customers from losing money. He also gave them tips on how to spot the fraudulent checks.
"These people are smart, they're professional, they're experts and they're con artists," Vecker said.
"People want to believe that these checks are real," Vecker said.
Security officers are good at what ..., 17 Nov 2010 [cached]
Security officers are good at what they're there for, BCSO inspector Paul Vecker said, but they see possibly hundreds of different faces every day and don't know which should be associated with each unit, so owners should not rely on them solely.
In terms of security equipment, the first thing a condo owner should do is change their locks or electronic codes if the unit has been used before their purchase, Vecker said.
"Those keys are floating around out there somewhere," he said.
New locks should have a deadbolt, he said, and when the door is secure, owners should check it from the outside to ensure it is sealed tightly to prevent someone from prying the door open. On sliding glass doors, a metal security bar - not a wooden one - should be used to prevent weakening in the sun, Vecker added. Though they frequently face the water and are several stories up, sliding doors are the most common point of entry for burglars in condos, he said.
Bay County Sheriff's ..., 10 July 2009 [cached]
Bay County Sheriff's Investigator, Paul Vecker, says stress is a huge contributor.
"Stress does cause domestic violence because people sometimes don't know where to turn to," Vecker says.
An average of three women and one man are killed each day in the United States by an intimate partner. Vecker says most of the time it could be avoided if people recognize the warning signs.
"People do not want to become involved in domestic violence type situations. Let's stay out of it, we don't need to get involved. The failure of that is the end result, unfortunately," says Vecker.
WMBB-TV, Panama City, Florida - Crimestoppers Is Waiting Your Call, 11 Oct 2002 [cached]
Though the teenager may have had a troubled youth, Bay County Sheriff's Sergeant Paul Vecker says you've got to look past it to solve the case.
"I've had people say, 'this young man might have been this or this.' that is irrelevant," says Vecker."We're talking about a 14-year old child whose life was taken."
Vecker is the law enforcement coordinator for Crimestoppers.He says the program works, but is different than just calling the police.
"Any good investigator/detective that when receive a phone call from someone they want to know who they're speaking with because it makes it more crucial," says Vecker."They can get back with that individual they have a phone number to get back with to get more specific information if they forgot to ask.When they call Crimestoppers, they receive a code number.We don't know who we're talking to."
Authorities are convinced that there is more to the story than someone is telling.
"Someone out there knows who committed this murder, we need that individual or individuals that have information specific information about this murder to call Crimestoppers," says Vecker."If they do not want to give their name, call Crimestoppers."
Crimestoppers has no way of tracking you down if you call in--all that's required is to leave the information you have.
And so far, some have been doing just that.
"We have received a lot of good information in reference to this murder thing we need are a few more pieces to close this case," says Vecker.
If you have the missing pieces, you could receive up to a $1000.
If you have any information on the Desmond Ray murder investigation, call Crimestoppers at 785-TIPS.Remember, you can remain anonymous.
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