WAIT... THERE'S MORE STUFF
Suzanne Wangler, a former news anchor in Detroit and Lansing, Michigan, was found dead inside her home on Saturday in what is believed to be a suicide.
Wangler had been a news anchor for WDIV-TV Detroit and most recently had worked as an anchor in Lansing at WLAJ where she went by the name Suzanne Page. The 42-year-old retired last week but had been facing a lot of legal problems in relation to charges of embezzlement and a drunken driving case.
The mother of four had been arraigned last week and was facing charges of embezzlement and larceny for taking about $150,000 from her boyfriend two years ago. Each charge carried a prison sentence of up to ten years.
A relative went to Wangler’s Royal Oak home on Saturday and found her unresponsive. It has been reported that she died from asphyxiation.
CSI's Gary Dourdan Pleads Guilty to Cocaine, Ecstasy Possession
George Clooney Remembers the Late Sydney Pollack
Report: Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Sign Lease for French Chateau
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt to Move to France After Twins Birth
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt Buy $60 Mil Chateau Miraval
Scott Dixon Wins Indy 500
Michel Fournier Prepares To Sky Dive From Edge Of Space