Could Jimmy Hoffa’s body be buried in your backyard? Likely not, but scam artists in Roseville would have you believe it.
The Hoffa watch ended at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday when Roseville police released word that soil samples taken from under a driveway in a suburban Detroit backyard turned up no signs of DNA.
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.
Demolition began Monday morning on the 40-year-old Novi Expo Center.
Anthony Giacalone was questioned numerous times by investigators, but was never charged in Hoffa’s disappearance and presumed death. Could he have shared the secret with his brother Vito Giacalone?