(Maximum Sports Channels – PDL/Phil Naessens
) Ex-military Policeman and retired U.S. Army Criminal Investigator (CID Agent) Victor Alvarez
served twenty years in the service of his country and having served two ground combat tours in the ‘Nam, he was not satisfied in the way his life was turning. Bouncing around from job to job and not really holding on to any one for any length of time, it was better to up sticks and move. So he packed his bags, loaded up his wife and three small children and headed out to Tucson, Arizona looking for that something to spark his life once again.
It’s the late 1980’s and soon after arriving in Tucson he secured a day time job. But soon boredom returned and those same feelings resurfaced. He found the answer to his problems, he applied for his credentials as an Arizona State Private Investigator. Now here was something right up his alley. During his time as a CID Agent he investigated crimes of passion, homicides and suicides cases to name a few. So being a PI wouldn’t be that different. Within a few months of obtaining his PI credentials he landed an assignment for a lawyer – a divorce case. That one ended with gun shots being fired his way after getting all the photographs he needed! And it didn’t worry him none that the one firing the gun was a homicide detective!
With that case and several others, two of the most reputable Bail Bonds agents in Tucson, were on his short list of clients. Montiel and Triple A Bail Bonds requested his help in tracking and bringing back to jail numerous clients who have Jump Bail. And they were able to pay him ten percent of the face amount of the bond to get it done! Alvarez could now set his own time and pick his own cases! With Mexican drug enforcers out to put him six feet under and Neo-Nazis skinheads wanting to have his blood, the Huntsman, as most of his friends in the DEA nicknamed him, proved he was more than capable when he came face to face with some of Tucson’s deadliest criminal elements.
But that sense of adventure was not shared by Alvarez’s wife. She was quite unhappy with his job but tolerated it when he brought in his paycheck. Arguments ensued and the more she argued for him to quit, the more cases he took in, which left his marriage on shaky grounds.
In The Huntsman, Victor Alvarez’s stories tell of his time as a modern day bounty hunter or as they are known today as “Bail Agents,” who has to bring in his Bail Jumpers alive, not like the old days of the wanted posters that hang up in front of the Sheriff’s office which read Wanted Dead or Alive.
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Victor Alvarez Interview w/Phil Nassens - The Huntsman