Handyman Joseph Gentz has been sentenced to a minimum of 17 years in prison in the murder of Grosse Pointe Park mother and marketing executive Jane Bashara.
Bob Bashara, the businessman convicted of plotting to kill a handyman charged with his wife’s slaying, has been moved to a different prison.
Handyman Joseph Gentz has pleaded guilty to second degree murder in the death of Grosse Pointe mother and marketing executive Jane Bashara.
After pleading guilty to soliciting the murder of the “handy man” accused of murdering his wife, Bob Bashara will reportedly begin his prison sentence isolated from other inmates.
A pre-trial hearing for Joseph Gentz, which was scheduled for Friday, has been postponed until Dec. 21.
Bob Bashara has been sentenced to 80 months to 20 years in prison for hiring a hit man to kill his former handyman.
St. Clair Shores handyman Joseph Gentz has pleaded not guilty and will stand trial in early January for the death of Grosse Pointe Park marketing executive Jane Bashara.
Bob Bashara pleaded guilty as charged to solicitation to murder Joe Gentz, the man accused of killing Bashara’s wife.
Months after being charged, a Detroit-area handyman is returning to court for a key hearing in the death of a suburban marketing executive.
A Wayne County Judge has denied Bob Bashara’s request to have his $15 million bond lowered.