One of Detroit’s — and arguably America’s — most fascinating missing persons cases unfolded 40 years ago today.
The latest chapter in the search for labor leader Jimmy Hoffa’s remains has ended in defeat.
The FBI says there’s no connection between a Michigan search for the remains of Jimmy Hoffa and another dig in New York City.
Excitement is rising in the hunt for labor leader Jimmy Hoffa’s remains after a cadaver dog reacted to a “hit” on something at the dig site.
Federal agents searching for the body of former Teamsters chief Jimmy Hoffa believe they are about to crack one of America’s biggest unsolved mysteries.
Federal agents are digging up a field in Northern Oakland Township in hopes of finding the remains of Jimmy Hoffa.
Local mob expert Scott Burnstein thinks this is the biggest break in the Hoffa case since the union boss’ disappearance.”This is someone who definitely could have intimate knowledge of what happened.”
Anthony “Tony” Joseph Tocco, of Chesterfield Township, the only person aquitted in a major Detroit mob case from 1996, has died. He was 80 years old.
Former Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa went to lunch on July 30, 1975 at the Machus Red Fox in Bloomfield Hills … and was never heard from again.