Roger Tolces in 1980 using a spectrum analyzer to sweep the radio bands for bugging devices. Wave pattern recognition is a key part of identifying radio transmissions.
Here Roger is in 1980 using a sequencer to test telephone instrument connections for modifications.
Terry Brandon, who worked for Roger for many years, using a di-pole antenna to look for RF emissions.
Here Laura Rozzano is taking apart phone instruments preparing them for tests to identify any internal modifications.
Here John Sanserino is using a tone generator to test telephone trunk lines for modifications. John worked with Roger for many years and is now designing consumer equipment.
Here is Roger with the same tone generator seen to the left, testing telephone lines.
Sometimes we have to rise to the occasion. Roger is up a pole to examine for telephone wire taps.
Roger at the meeting of the California Association of Licensed Investigators (CALI) to present a lecture on the subject of the threat of bugs and wiretaps and the use of proper detection equipment.
CALI 1980 meeting.
CALI 1980 meeting.
Many of our clients have some fabulous homes that we sweep. Here is a picture of a recent assignment and you know it sure was tough working here!
Roger with "the Man that Moves in the dark Shadows"
Knife fight scene between "Bernardo" and "Riff" 'West Side Story' 1961
"Between the Sharks and the Jets"
Roger, Russ Tamblyn, and George Chakiris from the Academy Award winning movie "West Side Story."
Awsome Bod! Roger with Lana Wood and one of her past centerfolds.
George Chakiris and Rogerís daughter Kalen.
Here is one great looking gal!!! Connie Stevens
My pal Ed Kookie Burns had a TV series "77 Sunset Strip" in the 1950's which inspired me to become a PI
Here is a guy that is even crazier than me, my buddy Mike Madsen
Richard Chamberlain TV heartthrob made some fantastic TV mini series
Larry Scott the first Mr. Olympia giving Roger some pumping iron pointers
Roger at Muscle Beach/Venice California, the bodybuilding mecca
Every private eye has a restaurant that is their hangout at night. For me it was Martoni, which was on Cahuenga in the heart of Hollywood, CA. Salvatore was behind the bar and the food was out of this world.