Victorville Private Investigator (866) 652-4480
Quinn & Associates is a full service private detective agency serving attorneys and the general public in Victorville and the Inland Empire. We offer a variety of services to assist those in need of private and confidential information to assist in legal matters both business and personal. We charge reasonable fees and offer immediate assistance around the clock at 866-652-4480
WHAT OUR PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS DO
Our Inland Empire private detectives cover a wide range of civil investigations, criminal investigations, workman’s comp cases, cheating spouse investigations, divorce, domestic issues, undercover operations, and more.
As Private Investigators we assist Inland Empire individuals, businesses and attorneys in the gathering of information, witnesses and key evidence on a wide variety of legal matters current or pending. This includes, but is not limited to the location of missing persons, witnesses, and surveillance. Further, our team of private detectives conduct professional background searches, employment investigations and other specialized investigations for both the insurance and legal community.
We are California Licensed private investigators serving Victorville and the entire Inland Empire with many years of experience and work diligently to provide the most prompt and accurate information.
All work is performed in a private and highly confidential manner. Your initial consultation with us is free. Call us at any time day or night–from anywhere in the Inland Empire–to discuss your unique situation and how our private investigators can help. Phone 866-652-4480.
I knew something was wrong when my wife was obtaining expensive new clothes and jewelry, but it took Quinn & Associates to help me find out how and why. The result was divorce but on my terms, not hers. Thanks for the professional surveillance and confidential information. I can highly recommend Quinn & Associates — Mark W., Victorville – Inland Empire
According to Wikipedia, Victorville is a city located in the Victor Valley of southwestern San Bernardino County, California. According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2012 census, the city had a population of 120,336.
In 1858, Aaron G. Lane came to the High Desert and created the hamlet of “Lane’s Crossing”, which for many years provided shelter and supplies for people making the journey across the desert from the east to San Bernardino. Lane’s Crossing was on the Mojave River just north of where the river crosses Interstate 15. Captain Lane was a Mexican-American War veteran who had suffered from malaria during that war. Originally he migrated west to join the California gold rush, but he found out that he could make a better living selling supplies to the miners. He settled in Ione near Sutter’s Mill in northern California during those years, but he migrated to San Bernardino in 1857. Although his health did not improve much there, he found that the dry desert air was comforting to him. He settled there in 1858, residing there for 25 years. He was a rancher and became involved in Mojave Valley politics, providing the first polling place in the high desert at his home. That first year, ten citizens cast their votes at Lane’s residence, rather than making the long trip to San Bernardino. Census records show that Aaron Lane was not alone living on the crossing and there were ten people living in two residences on the river by 1860. Listed in Dwelling No. 703 were Aaron Lane, William R. Levick, and the Nicholson family, consisting of George and Frances, and their three children aged 9 to 13. Joseph and Mary Highmoor lived in Dwelling No. 704, with a seven-year-old female named Anna.
About 1895, the village was named “Victor” for the California Southern Railroad’s General Manager Jacob Nash Victor. In 1901, the U.S. Post Office Department changed that name to Victorville to avoid confusion with the town of Victor, Colorado.
In 1926, the highway U.S. Route 66 was begun, and it passed through Victorville. Today, that former route is known as Seventh Street and continues across Interstate 15 and becomes Palmdale Road. It is the primary street through Old Town Victorville.
A controversial revitalization project started in 1995 in the ten square blocks along Historic Route 66. After years of setbacks in developing Old Town, the city—along with input from residents and local business owners—created an Old Town Strategic Action Plan in 2007. In 2008, demolition on hazardous and dilapidated buildings began. In 2010, as the economy declined, the redevelopment agency was eliminated and the city no longer had funding to continue projects. As of 2012, the area still has problems with crime, homelessness, and many buildings remain boarded up.
Notable in Old Town Victorville are the Veteran’s Memorial on the corner of Seventh Street and Forrest Ave, the Route 66 Museum on D Street, and the Old Victor School on Sixth Street.
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Quinn & Associates is proud to serve residents and businesses of Victorville and the entire Inland Empire. Our service area includes all of the Inland Empire from the most Southeastern point bordering Orange County to the most western point of the Inland Empire in Blythe. Victorville is a major service point for Quinn & Associates and our team of Private Investigators. When in doubt, we can find out. We know Victorville well. As a Victorville resident or business you can trust Quinn & Associates (and our team of Private Investigators) to obtain the powerful information you need to win. Call us now toll free from Victorville at 866-652-4480. Your phone consultation is free.
Victorville Quick Facts:
City of Victorville Incorporated: September 21, 1962 | Victorville is in San Bernardino County: County of San Bernardino | Victorville population: 120,336 | Victorville is 5th in San Bernardino County | Victorville is 50th in California | Victorville is 217th in the United States | City of Victorville, click here.
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