Meet The Staff

Meet The Team



Abigail grew up in Illinois and recently relocated to Arizona. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in 2018 with a bachelor's degree in Criminology. Abigail served as a 911 Dispatcher and a Communications Training Officer for three years at the City of Whitewater Police Department in Wisconsin. Her responsibilities included answering emergency and non-emergency phone calls, dispatching for police, fire and emergency medical services, as well as also dispatching for a college campus within the city.  She has completed various training courses such as active shooter, emergency response and crisis communications.  After that she served as a Police Records Clerk and an Evidence Technician at the Village of Lisle Police Department in Illinois. During this time Abigail worked on maintaining records and warrants, as well as entering evidence and responding to active crime scenes.


The Founder

Sharnai Fisher is the founder and managing investigator of Fisheye Investigation Group. Sharnai, a United States Air Force veteran currently serving as an Air ForcePolice Officer, has been working in the criminal justice field for over 12 years. While working in the criminal justice field, Sharnai has dealt with Electronic Corrections, Fugitive Recovery, Fraud Analysis, Law Enforcement as well as acting as a Bail Bond Agent. Mrs. Fisher holds certifications in interviewing and interrogation methods as well as extensive Fraud Analytics training. Sharnai has also worked undercover for Fortune 500 companies, combating internal and external organized crime within each organization. Another aspect of her service is that Sharnai has assisted with child custody cases resulting in successful outcomes for her clients. Sharnai’s investigations into criminal and civil matters provide in-depth information that will help achieve the positive outcome of each case she has handled.

The territory she has covered includes: Arizona, Texas, Mississippi, Arkansa, and Tennessee.



Corin was born and raised in Connecticut and relocated to Arizona in 2015. She is a retired Air Force Master Sergeant with over 20 years working in the legal/criminal justice field and has lived and travelled all over the world. Throughout her 20 years in the service, Corin has worked as a military police officer, a victim advocate and a paralegal. She deployed to the middle east three times gaining experience working military operations law and working as a defense paralegal. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies with a concentration in Criminal Law in 2009. Corin has four years’ experience working as a criminal defense investigator for the Legal Defender’s office in Maricopa County. During her time at the Legal Defender’s office, she worked numerous felony cases as well as capital murder cases. She has a passion for investigations and believes everyone deserves fair and impartial representation. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling, reading, spending time with friends and family and watching Investigation Discovery.

Chrystal was born in California but spent the majority of her life raised in Arizona. Chrystal earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice Forensic Investigation in 2016.Througout her studies she completed training in: Ethics of Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement Operations and Report Writing, Introduction to Homeland Security, American Corrections, Victimology, Juvenile Delinquency, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedures, Introduction to Criminalistics, Advanced Crime Scene Forensics, Forensic Photography, Family and Domestic Violence, Child Abuse Interview and Interrogation and Introduction to Criminal Profiling.

Chrystal gained valuable career experience as well as the opportunity to utilize her training when she worked with the Department of Child Safety for three years. During her time with the Department she worked with unsafe and abused children, situations with domestic violence, illegal substance abuse, inmate and criminal conduct. The majority of her position was to ascertain whether children were safe in their primary residence and if not, place them in a safe situation while working with caretakers to ensure they had the appropriate skills to regain custody of their children and ensure their safety. 

Chrystal has always wanted to make a difference in people’s lives and strives to do so daily. She is encouraged by her loved ones and is grateful for their support.