Private Investigator to head Crime Stoppers board

From the FULLERTON NEWS-TRIBUNE / Orange County Register


Fullerton resident Justin Hodson, a private investi­gator, has been named board chairman for Orange County Crime Stoppers, an Orange County nonprofit that al­lows for reporting of crimi­nal activity through anony­mous tips.

Hodson, owner of Fuller­ton-based Hodson P.I. Pro­fessional Investigations,has served on the Crime Stoppers board since its in­ception in January 2012.

The husband and father of two also volunteers with the Fullerton Collaborative, an alliance of nonprofits and individuals that, in part, provides a variety of resources to low-income families.

Crime Stoppers accepts phone calls, text messages and online messages, which are then forwarded to law enforcement agencies anonymously.

The Orange County chapter of the national non­profit was founded by Patri­cia Wenskunas, victims’ rights advocate who sur­vived a violent attack in her home in 2002.

As of Jan.15, Crime Stop­pers has received 2,317 tips resulting in 322 arrests, ac­cording to the group’s web­site.  Tips into Crime Stoppers also have resulted in recov­ery of property valued at $183,429 and the recovery of 25 weapons.

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