ANN ARBOR, MI (WTVB) - College campuses are set apart to provide an oasis for learning. This year at the University of Michigan, that illusion may be shattered by the fact that in Ann Arbor, the murderer of medical student Paul DeWolfe still hasn’t been captured.
The Schoolcraft, Michigan native was found shot to death in his apartment at a fraternity house just off campus. Nothing else was stolen or disturbed and the gun was not recovered. It’s a total mystery and it’s unnerving for many. A $10,000 reward is available for information that cracks the case open.