Crime Scene Cleanup & Recovery Guide in Baltimore

Not many people know that the responsibility of cleaning up a crime scene falls on the shoulders of the owner of the home or place of business where the scene of the crime took place. Most assume that the police will clean up after themselves when they leave the crime scene. The fact is, when the police have finished their processing and give the owner of the home or business the okay to begin repairing the damage, they may only have advice to offer on where to start. Our Baltimore crime scene recovery guide will walk you through the process. We'll also answer the most frequently asked questions, as well as give you a quick tip on how to choose a Baltimore crime scene cleanup company that can take care of the cleanup for you. Baltimore Crime Scene Recovery Resources [vc_row][vc_column][vc_tta_tabs][vc_tta_section title="Police Stations" tab_id="1551116329925-688ff2cf-ead4"][vc_column_text] Baltimore Police Department - Central District…

Death Scene Cleanup Services in Baltimore, MD

Restoring your home or business to a clean, safe condition in the wake of a death is a task best left to professionals. If you are in need of death scene cleanup services in the Baltimore area, our experienced teams are ready to help. From your first call to us, which is answered by a live operator at any time of day or night, you can depend on our technicians to be fully prepared to expertly manage and clean the entire scene with the utmost professionalism and discretion. Why death scenes can be unsafe. If the scene of a death is left untreated for any length of time, the process of decomposition will be well underway. In the case of an unattended death that may not have been discovered for days, weeks, or even longer, this process will have contaminated a large area in your home or business. As bodily…

Senior Fall Leaves Bloody Trail

Blood Cleanup: Baltimore, MD We were called in to the assisted living facility on the south side of Baltimore for a very unusual freak accident blood cleanup. Jane D., age 89 suffered a mild heart attack earlier this morning. She had been dusting her furniture and suddenly the heart attack which caused her to fall. When she fell she knocked her leg into her electric scooter which was parked in the living room of her 2 bedroom apartment that she shared with another lady who was out to lunch. Apparently, part of her pant leg must have gotten caught in the electric scooter. Not only did she get cut when she fell she crawled on the floor screaming for help. She was dragging herself across the entire apartment and blood tracked wherever she went. There was blood soaked in the carpet, on the tile and the grout. I’ve never really…

Suicide in Baltimore *GRAPHIC CONTENT*

We received a call about a tragic suicide in Baltimore that needed our attention. Maryland records 8.7 suicides per 100,000 people according to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Nearly half of those deaths recorded are caused by a firearm. That’s exactly the type of circumstance we had on our hands. An older woman had shot herself in the head over the weekend on a rainy, gloomy day. Her family was the ones who made the call to our office that Monday morning. She had shot herself on Friday and they discovered her the next day on Saturday. The family was explaining to us that she had suffered from Psychosis for years and had been living along for two years since her husband had passed away. She had been dealing with a lot of frustration and stress related to losing her husband and having to deal with the finances on…

Baltimore Triple Murder

Baltimore was enjoying a murder-free weekend until police were called due to shots being heard in a rundown neighborhood. The police arrived to find a very small home completely trashed and covered in blood with three bodies discovered. It was a messy and dangerous scene. Once the police and coroner completed their jobs by investigating and removing the bodies we were called in to take care of the dirty job. Our job isn’t everyone’s dream but we take an enormous amount of pride with us on every job. With this particular scene we knew it was going to be a big job and we needed a lot of equipment and manpower to effectively work through it. When we arrived to the home we met up with a couple family members of the deceased men. Apparently the home was owned by one of the men who had been murdered that morning.…