Time & Location
Nov 29, 2022, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
This webinar is presented in association with the FBINAA. GeoTime is proud to be an FBINAA Alliance sponsor.
What happens when your suspect and victim live too close together that call detail records are not definitive? That’s exactly what happened to Violent Crimes Detective Cody Thomas from the Murfreesboro (TN) Police Department.
After a woman claimed she was sexually assaulted by a friend, investigators turned to CRDs to place the suspect in the same location at the time of the reported assault. The suspect denies that he committed the assault and that he was at his house. As the suspect’s house was just minutes away from the victim call detail records could not be used definitively.
They then turned to the suspect’s Google Locations data and Snapchat data, which revealed a wealth of information about his whereabouts that night.
Det. Thomas discusses the details of the case and explains how Google and Snapchat data was obtained and used in GeoTime to visualize the suspect's movements and locations. We also receive an update on the case and how the evidence lead the suspect to confess, and helped uncover other crimes he's committed.
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