Scientists at Michigan State University are examining soil Monday removed from a home in Roseville near Detroit. Test results are expected Tuesday morning.
Police say no visible human remains have been found in a dig Friday morning in a Roseville driveway.
There’s plenty of activity outside a metro Detroit home, and a lot of media attention, as crews search for possible human remains.
The 2006 Milford farm dig alone cost $250,000, sources said.
Listeners calling the WWJ Newsradio 950 newsroom on Thursday are split on the idea.
Radar equipment was reportedly brought in to scan the driveway following a tip — and something was found.
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