Regulators have seized the bank in Macomb County, where CEO David Widlak was last seen before he was found dead in Lake Saint Clair.
Macomb County Sheriff Mark Hackel says investigators are standing by their findings that the bullet that killed a Mount Clemens bank CEO David Widlak was self-inflicted.
The family of a Detroit-area banker found dead after being missing for a month has hired a private lawyer to investigate the fatal shooting.
Macomb County’s Medical Examiner Daniel Spitz’s future with the county has yet to be determined. That’s according to County Commissioner Don Brown, who called on Spitz to explain comments he made to the media following […]
An audit on finances at Community Central Bank, where a bank executive was last seen alive in September, shows no missing money. The audit was conducted after the body of David Widlak was found in […]
Mourners gathered Friday for a Michigan bank president who was shot in the head and whose body was found in a marshy area of Lake St. Clair. The funeral for 62-year-old David Widlak of Grosse Pointe […]
Speaking live on WWJ, Macomb County Sheriff Mark Hackel says, even with these new developments, it doesn’t mean they’re going to stop questioning people.
Comments on the rapidly developing Widlak case live on WWJ from WWJ’s legal analyst.
A second autopsy is raising new questions, and doubts, about who or what killed David Widlak. The body of the 62-year old Macomb County bank president was found in Lake St. Clair over the weekend. […]
The family of Mt. Clemens banker David Widlak, whose body was found Sunday, wants a second autopsy. The Macomb County Medical Examiners office said the exact cause of death hasn’t been determined, but a family member […]