Hall of Shame Leads To Possible Serious and Deadly Results
When Investigative Reporters Fox News 2 Reporter Rob Wolchek shows up at your place of business or residence, you’re in trouble. The 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 Larry Jordan who owns an auto repair shop named Discount Auto Salvage. The company and it’s owner had issues with shoddy repair work and not refunding money. 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 ransacked by the assailants and the case is still not solved. Police believe that it was a targeted attack but not related 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. Rob Wolchek featured him on his “Hall of Shame” episode in 1999 which ended up getting Lupiloff prison time. He 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 believe it 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 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
Brutal Murder of Family Over Fifty Years Ago a Horrible Mystery
It was on September 27th, when neighbors in a quiet part of town discovered the bodies of 28 year old Jerry, 23 year old Linda, and four year old Debbie Bricca in their home on Greenway Avenue in the Woodhaven subdivision of Bridgetown, Ohio. All three had been brutally stabbed to death. It is believed that they had been slain two days before they were found. The two family dogs however, were left alive and the murder weapon never found. Police have theorized that is it possible that the killer may have been known to the victims. The family had only been in the Cincinatti area for three years and Jerry worked at a nearby Monsanto Plant. The Murders haunted the area for years and a suspect was identified but never arrested.
The case is still active and If you have any information, please contact the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office at (513) 946-6400. It’s time for answers.
Father of Two Gunned Down on Way to Work
Was it a random crime or a targeted killing? That is what the family of Stephen Halton Jr. want to know. It was between 4:30am to 4:50 am in the morning of January 11th, 2014 when the married father of two was waiting at the 15300 Lake Shore Avenue RTA stop in Cleveland, Ohio. The 30-year-old was an anesthesiology technician and was going to the Cleveland Clinic hospital via bus where he had been summoned to help in a liver transplant operation. He had been fatally shot once in the upper body.
To date the murder is unsolved and there is a reward of up to $20,000 for information leading to the conviction of the person(s) responsible for this senseless crime. If you have any knowledge about who did this crime please contact Crime Stoppers at at (216) 252.7463 or on the internet at http://www.25crime.com. You can remain anonymous.
Two Victims and a Shady Past
It was March 18th, 1981, when 54 year old former New York construction executive William Callahan, 54, and Broadway chorus girl Wendy McDade, 29, were victims of execution style homicides in the Chiwaukee Prairie in Kenosha County. The two were shot multiple times. Prior to their murders, they had been staying at the Drake Hotel in Chicago. Police do not believe the motive was robbery as there was a $5,000 watch and $1,500 in Canadian currency on Callahan’s body. Callahan was married but he was romantically involved with McDade.
Callahan himself was a former dancer and actor but eventually got into legal trouble when it was discovered he was embezzling millions of dollars from the Arc Electrical Construction company. The company was headed by his own father-in-law. At one time Law Enforcement looked at a New York City Lawyer and a convicted con artist who were investigated in a separate murder. To date, no one has been charged with the crime.
If you have any information about this crime, please contact the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department at 262-605-510. You can also call Crimestoppers at 800-807-TIPS (8477)
Murder of Teenage Girl Remains Unsolved
Brittany was raped and murdered. She was a student at Tulsa Community College at the time of her death. Suspect in her murder is believed to be a white male of Northern European Ancestry. Could have blue or green eyes and have freckles according to DNA analysis. For information about Brittany’s murder read this https://thechrysalischapters.com/2018/05/10/murder-of-the-girl-next-door/
Or visit this website http://www.brittanyphillipsmurder.net/
Murder Covered By Arson Still Unsolved in Death or Young Woman
It was on the early morning of June 17, 2008, when a killer entered the modular home Kelcey Fike at No. 58 R-Villa South Trailer Court in west Kearney, Nebraska. They attacked the twenty-one year old and murdered her. She died of a ligature strangulation and blunt force trauma to the torso and head and then the killer(s) set the house on fire. There was an unidentified vehicle seen leaving the trailer park before Fike’s body was found.
There was no sign of early entry and police theorize it is possible that she knew her killer. Police have looked at an attempted sexual assault as one of the possible motives in her death. Her boyfriend at the time was out of town and has been ruled out as a suspect.
A $30,000 reward is offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for this murder.
If you have any information, please contact the Kearney Police Department at 308-237-2104, the Buffalo County Sheriff’s Office at 308-236-8555 or Crimestoppers at 308-237-3424.
Runway or Something More Sinister?
In 1992, the band Soul Asylum came out with their biggest hit, “Runaway Train.”
The easy going music matched up with lyrics that told the heartfelt stories of children needing to run away from trauma at home. A music video would come out with pictures of missing children. Some were found, some remain missing to this day. One in particular at 2:08 in shows a young black haired girl with a large smile but empty eyes. She is Aundria Michelle Bowman who has been missing from her home in Hamilton Michigan.since March 11, 1989. At the time she was last seen, she was 5’5; 115 pounds with brown hair and green eyes.
A facebook dedicated to finding her indicates that Aundria had been adopted by the parents who claim she is missing. There are some disturbing details that point the finger at her adoptive father who has a criminal record including those of a sexual nature. Days before she disappeared, she accused her father of sexually assaulting her. Her biological mother is desperate to find her but fears that she succumbed to foul play.
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