A tip from a dying man leads to a new search for Jimmy Hoffa under a suburban Detroit driveway.
FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports:
It's described as,
(Resident) "Nice, quiet little neighborhood."
But the ground underneath a driveway at a home in Roseville, Michigan, in suburban Detroit, is the latest place where the question to what happened to Jimmy Hoffa could be answered. Shocking neighbors there.
(Resident) "Crazy! I hope it, you know, comes to closure for the family."
Police say a tip from a man dying of cancer led to a ground penetrating radar test that revealed the earth under the home's driveway had been disturbed at some point in time. More tests continue. The former Teamsters boss vanished after an apparent meeting at a suburban Detroit restaurant with mafia operatives 35 years ago.
Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.