Bob Bashara Makes Court Appearance

The Grosse Pointe Park man named as a "person of interest" in the January death of his wife, Jane, made an appearance in court today related to an emergency motion.

Just as investigators have confirmed that the untimely, violent death of is in Detroit, her husband Bob Bashara made an appearance in court, according to WDIV Local 4.

The hearing was based on an emergency motion filed to compel Bob Bashara to provide a handwriting sample. Patch is awaiting information about the outcome of the hearing.

Maria Miller, the spokeswoman for the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office, said to Patch on Wednesday afternoon the investigation is continuing and the office has no comment about the emergency hearing.

Grosse Pointe Park Public Safety Director David Hiller confirmed earlier this week that the case is still being actively investigated.

by Hiller. Bob Bashara has not been arrested or charged in the case although and most recently .

Bob Bashara and his attorney, David Griem, have both said he did not have anything to do with his wife's death and have denied information leaked to media about what Joe Gentz reported to police.

with first degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder. He is scheduled .

Pete Waldmeir, GP Woods April 11, 2012 at 09:27 PM
Well, whooppee! Finally some "action" in the Bashara case. The powers that be have to get a court order to get a handwriting sample from the guy? He's guilty! Call the TV channels. Stop the presses! Get Geraldo and Judge Judy on the line! Chief Hiller, of course, has "no comment." Like the prosecutor's office is still talking to him anyway. I mean, c'mon. How many times do they have to try to convict this guy in the media? And a court order to get a handwriting sample? He's cooperated with the investigation. Why didn't they just call his lawyer and ask him to come down and give them the sample? Come to think of it, forget the news channels. Call Disney. This script's made to order for Inspector Clouseau.


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