Or did his past come back to kill him……
When Investigative Reporters Fox News 2 Reporter Rob Wolchek shows up at your place of business or residence, you’re in trouble. Not since 60 Minute’s Mike Wallace has a reporter made so many scam artists, crooks, and thieves run from a television camera. The Detroit, Michigan area reporter has made a career out of exposing crooked business people, corrupt politicians and people behaving badly. He features these wrongdoers on an episode called, “The Hall of Shame.” The show had led to some people being convicted for their crimes and even being deported from the country. But for two “Hall of Shame” recipients they would be victims of unsolved crimes.
One of them was a man named Larry Jordan who owns an auto repair shop named Discount Auto Salvage. The company had numerous complaints about shoddy repair work and not refunding money to customers as promised. Jordan was jumped and seriously hurt by three masked individuals at his home early Wednesday morning on Shelby Creek Drive, in Shelby Township, Michigan on April 10, 2013. His house was then ransacked by the assailants and the case is still not solved. Police believe that it was a targeted attack but not due to him being on the show.
Episode of Larry Jordan on the Hall of Shame: Hall of Shame Episode
Link to article of attack – https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/attackers-tie-up-beat-shelby-township-man-at-home_20151204042346878
The second case involved a man named Gary Lupiloff who was a known scam artist. He was an attorney who lost his license for cheating clients out of money. Rob Wolchek featured this guy on his “Hall of Shame” episode in 1999 which ended up getting Lupiloff prison time. The former attorney would soon get out of prison, change his name and start a new business. On the afternoon of July 13, 2010, someone killed Lupiloff with a rifle shot to the heart when he was outside his house on the phone in the 2700 block of Ardmore in the town of Royal Oak, Michigan. Police strongly believe that this was a professional hit and there is a composite sketch of what the suspect looked like when it happened. The suspect is described as being a white male, 5 feet, 8 inches tall driving a black crossover vehicle or maybe a bicycle.
Law Enforcement does have a person of interest in this murder, a business partner of Lupiloff who had a $500,000 life insurance policy. The individual in question has denied any responsibility for the murder. If you have any information about this case please contact the Royal Oak police number is (248) 246-3500.
To learn more about this case click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nBFXhaer7c