Alpine Crime Scene Cleanup by Eddie Evans -- Homicide - Suicide - Unattended Death Cleanup - Reasonably priced, owner does cleaning, over 10 years experience, licensed, bonded, insured, guaranteed, certificate provided.  
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Alpine Crime Scene Cleanup Narrative
My Alpine crime scene cleanup services include blood cleanup for homicides, suicides, unattended deaths, decompositions, accidental deaths, and other traumatic blood loss events.

My Alpine crime scene cleanup services include blood cleanup for homicides, suicides, unattended deaths, decompositions, accidental deaths, and other traumatic blood loss events.

My Services

I guarantee my price and my work in writing for crime scene cleanup services, including homicide, suicide, unattended death, and decomposition cleanup. I will ask that callers email a short summary of our telephone conversation about their crime scene cleanup needs. In this way I receive a written document to help show that we have reached agreement for price, work, and time.

My services include the following:

  • Remove biohazards
  • Remove solid waste soiled by blood
  • Scrub and rinse repeatedly
  • Sanitize
  • Seal
  • Ozone as needed

Callers then receive my email response, which in effect, creates a crime scene cleanup contract when time stamped by my AOL email account. Since most of my crime scene cleanup charges usually come in under the $1,000 range, contracts most often come under a small claims court's jurisdiction.

I have never needed to use courts for payment nor have my customers needed court services for their crime scene cleanup experience with my business. Some people may wish to use the courts after dealing with other Alpine County crime scene cleanup companies.

Biohazard Removal


San Diego County Crime Scene Cleanup Fraud

A crime scene cleanup company has a duty to remove all biohazardous material. This biohazardous material includes anything containing wet blood, moist blood, or dry flaky blood or all three. Sometimes blood and other potentially infectious materials contaminate a single item so that it must be dissected. Once dissected, the remaining materials may go to a landfill. The soiled materials then go into a medical waste destruction cycle.

A Alpine crime scene cleanup company also has a duty to its community and clients to reduce biohazards to their bare minimum. Put another way, no good reason exists to place uncontaminated materials with blood contaminated materials, biohazardous material. Therefore, any company charging to disposed of biohazardous waist without thoroughly removing contaminated materials from landfill materials, and charging for these materials as "medical waste," commits fraud.

Also, those Alpine crime scene cleanup companies receiving clients sent by Alpine County employees for a referral payment, also commit fraud in joint with the county employee. This we call "capitalist cronyism" or "socialist cronyism," whichever one suits their interpretation of events in Russia or China or Mexico.

Alpine scene cleanup web sites should post a 24/7/365 telephone number. i Do. My telephone number remains available to anyone with questions related to biohazard cleanup. Blood cleanup, death cleanup, and suicide cleanup all come under the meaning of crime scene cleanup as used here. Call me, Eddie Evans for a telephone quote. I've been in the crime scene cleanup business as owner operator for over 10 years; insured, bonded, licensed, and widely experienced, I guarantee my work and offer a certificate for biohazard work completed. Call now for that price quote. You will not be disappointed.


So yes, Alpine County residents must deal with county government fraud. It's a shame to say so, but that's the way it is when big money comes home by telling a tiny lie. At least, county employees scamming families of the dead must see their fraud as some sort of "tiny lie." How else could they live with their deed?

Hold on, at one time in Alpine's justice system things went way beyond tiny lies. One "Yankee Jim" Robinson swang from a rope in San Diego County until dead. His crime involved boat theft. It's a fact that on September 18, 1852, Yankee Jim met his end.

Like so many other immigrants from around our country and the world, Jim left New Hampshire to strike it rich in California's gold fields. How he ended up in Alpine County, the opposite end of the Sacramento and Sutter's Mill gold fields, we cannot relate at the moment. Be here he came to his end for stealing a boat, of all things.

Jim came by land, surviving his ordeal like the others who came by land, any way that he could. Somehow he became known as a thief and a murderer, although readers must know that he never worked for the Alpine Sheriff-Coroner. By rumor these labels tagged along with Jim and had done so since he left the Missouri River on his way to Alpine. Note, he had no record and no one was looking to arrest Jim when he arrived. Left to his own devices, he joined the other 700 or so residents of the Old Town Plaza; Jim enjoyed the gamling halls as so many other young immigrants found pleasure in doing so.

On August, Friday the 13th, some sailors, possibly drunk, observed a man pulling a small boat from the beach. Another man, named Keating, testified durinig a trial by jurors that he recognized Jim as the man rowing the boat in question. Apparently an all points bulleting in the style of the day went out when someone claimed to see a man wearing a red shirt rowing Keating's boat. Now, the night in question of the theft was quite dark. More importantly, Keating served on the jury; so here, right here in Alpine County, we have a man testifying against the accused in what became a capital crime. This same man, a witness in the case, also served on the Alpine jury that would sentence Lucky Jim to hang.

Speaking of a false Alpine crime scene cleanup, where no crime had been proven, a criminal mentality by the name anonymous, testified that Luck Jim had stolen horse, robbed gold miners, and killed miners as he made his way to Alpine from Stockton, California. He claimed that Lucky Jim had killed his very own partners while in Arizona.



SECTION 187-199

In today's Alpine County we can depend on courts to follow the law. Looking at the California Penal Code Section 187 we find how the law defines murder.

187. (a) Murder is the unlawful killing of a human being, or a fetus, with malice aforethought. (b) This section shall not apply to any person who commits an act that results in the death of a fetus if any of the following apply:
(1) The act complied with the Therapeutic Abortion Act, Article 2 (commencing with Section 123400) of Chapter 2 of Part 2 of Division
106 of the Health and Safety Code.
(2) The act was committed by a holder of a physician's and surgeon's certificate, as defined in the Business and Professions Code, in a case where, to a medical certainty, the result of childbirth would be death of the mother of the fetus or where her death from childbirth, although not medically certain, would be substantially certain or more likely than not.
(3) The act was solicited, aided, abetted, or consented to by the mother of the fetus.
(c) Subdivision (b) shall not be construed to prohibit the prosecution of any person under any other provision of law.

188. This code tells us that malice can come as an act or by what an outcome reasonably implies. It is express when there is manifested a deliberate intention unlawfully to take away the life of a fellow creature. It is implied, when no considerable provocation appears, or when the circumstances attending the killing show an abandoned and malignant heart.
When it is shown that the killing resulted from the intentional doing of an act with express or implied malice as defined above, no other mental state need be shown to establish the mental state of malice aforethought. Neither an awareness of the obligation to act within the general body of laws regulating society nor acting despite such awareness is included within the definition of malice.


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