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    Home for the Holidays | Winter Service Workers

    This time of year brings a whole new set of service workers through and around our homes. Because of the high demand in certain areas of the country, service companies may be more desperate, and often times the service work is subcontracted out. Please think …

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    Victims of Dangerous House Calls: Ramona Jean Williamson

    From her obituary: “Ramona Jean Williamson, 66, of Crestview Hills, died Thursday at her residence. She was a retired advertising word- processor for the Cincinnati Enquirer. She was a member of Lakeside Presbyterian Church, Lakeside Park, and Ohio Valley Quilt Guild, and she was a …

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    Scott Lewis: Stranger At The Door; Be Careful Who You Let Inside For Service Work

    November 1, 2013 By Scott Lewis, Private Investigator Just think how many people we allow into our homes every day without giving it a second thought, from carpet or air duct cleaners to appliance repairmen and chimney sweeps. The list is long.  And most of …

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    Victims of Dangerous House Calls: Terena Ferminick

    In 1996 Terena Fermenick, 24 year old wife of Pastor Don Fermenick, had gone to their church in Alameda to let in a carpet cleaner, leaving the couple’s baby daughter in the car seat outside.  The man from the carpet cleaning company that was found in the …

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    Victims of Dangerous House Calls: Melissa Ketunuti

    Melissa Ketunuti, 35, was a second-year infectious-diseases fellow, researcher and pediatrician. She lived alone in Philadelphia, but she was in a relationship and was loved by many. She even kept a personal blog documenting her life and travels. In January 2013 she hired Dave Bilyk Exterminators, …

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    Dangerous House Calls: A New Blog Series

    If you attended the 4th Annual Dancing for C.A.U.S.E. back in March, you saw the video and heard our appeal for you to remember the victims. Sue’s story is not an isolated tragedy, and while you may be thinking ‘this could never happen to me’, …

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