Jimmy Hoffa dig results due Tuesday from State Police lab
DETROIT (MCT) — The results from a Michigan State University forensic anthropologist who is analyzing soil samples that will help determine whether the remains of missing Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa could be buried in a residential area in the city won’t be available until early Tuesday.
“I know everyone is awaiting word on the results of the soil samples removed from the Florida Street home Friday,” Roseville Police Chief James Berlin said in a statement Monday. “Michigan State University has the samples and has begun the testing.”
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