Det. Brian Farnsworth,
Sacramento Valley High Tech Crimes Task Force
Two suspects were brought into custody just 24 hours after a phone was discovered 100 yards from a buried body, in a cold case. Detective Farnsworth used the Cellebrite UFED to successfully extract text messages from a wet and dirty iPhone, establishing an alibi between the suspects.
Agence des Services Frontaliers du Canada
A Suspect was caught close to the border with the assistance of time stamps from a GPS log extracted by Cellebrite's UFED.
Det. Robert Beedham,
North Wales Police High Tech Crime Unit
Cellebrite helps North Wales Police High Tech Crime Unit keep up with new devices to convict child abusers, pedophiles
Det. Jim Bolt Anderson,
Anderson Police Dpt. Computer Forensics Lab Anderson, SC
UFED Physical recovers deleted pictures of a young child which are later used in court against the suspect.
Det. Jason Moyer,
Metropolitan Nashville Police Depatment, Tennessee
The Cellebrite UFED is used in 95% of cases, and vital to cases involving password protected phones. In one case, the Cellebrite UFED was used to link suspects together, leading to a successful conviction.
Det. Cindy Murphy,
Madison Police Dpt. Madison, WI
The UFED Physical was used to recover deleted text messages from an iPhone that had been intentionally run over by a car, relating to a shaken baby case.
Digital Forensic Examiner/Analyst, Calgary, Canada
With help from Cellebrite's Co-CEO Ron Serber, a binary dump was deciphered to recover deleted text messages, critical to a homicide investigation.
Franklin County Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, Ohio
With the UFED Touch Ultimate, Zane Kirby was able to pull of all the evidence from a phone used in an adult sexual abuse case.