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Local private investigator wins nomination for Investigator of Year at CALI Conference

Tony Ault

Staff Writer

Private investigator Anthony Campbell from AC Investigations in Fallbrook, who often provides The Village News and the Valley News with information for investigative journalism reports, was nominated recently as Investigator of the Year for the California Association of Licensed Investigators.

Although he did not receive the award as the Investigator of Year, his nomination came in second and won praise from the organization during its 54th California Conference in Sonoma Wine Country in August..

“I was nominated for private investigator of the year; unfortunately, and from what I was told by the insiders, I was a close second,” Campbell said. “I am very honored to have been nominated.”

Campbell is a certified professional investigator, having passed private investigator tests and examinations in 2016. “That was a big deal for me,” Campbell said.

He joined the CALI organization in the San Diego area. He works on high risk missing persons, infidelity cases, cohabitation and other sensitive matters. He recently assisted law enforcement in finding a high risk older missing person in Fallbrook following Village News media information.

Before becoming a private investigator, he worked as tribal law enforcement for Indian Reservations including those at the Pala, Rincon and La Jolla reservations in North County San Diego.

AC Investigations is located at 111 W. Alvarado St. in Fallbrook.

Tony Ault can be reached by email at [email protected].


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