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Rain beats down on a four-door sedan with tinted windows, and inside, 18-year-old Wes Brier worries the weather will foil the day's stakeout.
He's parked at a drugstore, looking over satellite images of the target neighborhood and talking on walkie-talkies with other agents.
The rain slows by the time Brier reaches the client and gets the go-ahead: Time to check up on someone's wife.
Brier steers the sedan toward the woman's home in Manatee County. A videocamera, binoculars and other spy equipment are at the ready.
The long-haired PI may be young, but he's not new to the surveillance game. He's the third generation to join the family business, Chuck Chambers Investigations.
He was raised by Chambers, 58, a local celebrity known as a tough-as-nails, cigar-smoking gumshoe. Brier always looked up to his grandpa and knew he would follow in the family business.
He has been developing his own PI instincts and sneak-about methods for …