Rob Wolchek investigates a mechanic his victims claim has held their cars as long as two years.
This cranky cat named Tiger sure works slow.
It's the American dream: owning your own home and customizing it, choosing the lot, having it built from the ground up.
It was sentencing day for Justin Hudson and the people who say he bilked them out of tens of thousands of dollars were hoping for some justice.
Some customers of a concrete company say -- they are sinking fast. Bad work. Delayed work. No work at all.
Some customers of a concrete company say they are sinking fast with bad work delayed work or no work at all
Say hi to Mr. Happy Staff.
Exactly one year ago, FOX 2's Rob Wolchek told you about Justin and his company, JD Hudson Construction.
Look who's going to jail. It's Temo Sessions? Man, it's been rough for Temo. Last week in the Hall of Shame, this week in the slammer.
Say hi to Temo Sessions.
Temo's a guy on the run dodging the customers who say he ripped them off in his garage construction business.
Say hi to Temo Sessions. He's a guy on the run dodging customers who say he ripped them off.
You might know him as Jeff Skodak, Jeff D'Angelo, or maybe Jeff Allen. All are aliases that Skodak - his actual name - used while running many of his construction businesses. Businesses that clients of his say left their homes in ruins, and landed him in the Hall of Shame earlier this year. But, we'll get to that in a second.
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Before the term 'serial killer' was common on nightly crime shows, before Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, or Jeffrey Dahmer, there was the Michigan Murderer, the Co-Ed Killer, the Ypsilanti Ripper. Whatever you want to call the killer, he terrorized Eastern Michigan University for two years.
At the end of July 1969, six Michigan women were dead, another was killed in California, and one suspect was in custody.
By July 23, 1969, panic is in the hot, muggy, southeast Michigan air. A killer is on the loose, five women in southeast Michigan are dead, and a sixth is missing.
The owner of an estate sale business who promised to help grieving families only to rip them off and steal tens of thousands of dollars, has taken a plea deal and may never go to jail for his crimes.
A Detroit towing company that's notorious in Midtown is out of business. But are they really gone?
Christopher Carr is still attending money making seminars and billing himself as an entrepreneur, marketer and E-com expert.