Ever heard of Cat-fishing? It’s a growing problem on social media and dating sites where people pretend to be someone they aren’t to hook people in. Potential victims are turning to me to find out if they are being scammed. I talked about this problem with Trudi, Jim, and Ryan on WCSX. My segment hits at 10:30 into the podcast.
Scott Lewis takes WCSX listeners behind the scenes to reveal what it’s really like to be a private investigator. It’s not what you see in the movies. Lewis reveals why PI work is even more fascinating than his previous life as an investigative reporter on TV.
Scott Lewis Private Investigations adds a new level of intrigue to the Lansing sex scandal when he’s hired by a local news agency to trace a cell phone number that was a critical issue in the case. Scott reveals what he found on WJR’s Frank Beckmann Show.
Scott Lewis talks with WJR’s Frank Beckmann about recent revelations that former Detroit Councilman Charles Pugh exchanged disturbing and graphic text messages with a young man he was mentoring. Lewis reveals new information about Pugh from the days he worked with him at FOX 2 and when he investigated Pugh while at Channel 7.
On the day of Kwame Kilpatrick’s sentencing Scott Lewis, on the Paul W. Smith show talks with guest host Chris Edmonds, sharing inside information about how he was once targeted by Kilpatrick’s security team. Lewis also talks about his move from TV investigator to private investigator.
Why did Scott Lewis give up a successful career as one of Detroit’s favorite investigative reporters to become a private investigator? Lewis explains the move in a podcast with Deadline Detroit’s Jeff Wattrick and talks about some of the highlights of his 26-year television career.