Tracking summary (a very in-depth description of the steps I took to track them)
USPS service failed - Service by the USPS went unclaimed
Sheriff service failed - The county sheriff determined that the address on the business records is no longer valid
Small claim dismissal - without service, we've no case
Superior Court complaint - After some tips (see below), I refiled in Superior Court
Service obtained - Got 'em!
This case got very interesting in March, 2002 when I was contacted by an out-of-state assistant attorney general who was investigating the Xavier spams. A few days later, I was contacted by a police detective in Oregon who was also doing an investigation. It seems as though the spammers Xavier hired "hijacked" or "relay raped" a mail server to send the spam and the server's owner was most unhappy and contacted numerous law enforcement agencies.
The police in Woodland Park, Colorado started an investigation, I assume at the behest of the police detective and/or assistant attorney general who contacted me. They determined that Jordan Rand no longer lived in Woodland Park and had moved to Manitou Springs, Colorado. The investigation was transferred to the Manitou Springs police department, who located Mr. Rand.
My original case was filed in small claims for $4,000. After failing to obtain service twice, I dismissed the case and refiled it in Superior Court for $53,000 (53 pieces of spam). I was able to get Mr. Rand's address from the Manitou Springs police department in order to serve the court papers. On May 22, 2002 the Teller County Sheriff served the papers, which means we have ourselves a case!