Where is Jasmine Moody? Three years later, still no leads “Desperate for leads after nine months of searching, Jasmine’s mother and stepfather hired private investigator Scott Lewis to work with the Detroit Police Department on the case. Private Investigator Lewis joined police in their continued efforts, leading the community in ground searches for… Read more »
Another person who’ll be in line for a ticket? Scott Lewis, now a private investigator, and then a Detroit TV news reporter who worked tirelessly to land scoops on the Kerrigan case. Lewis was the first to report that the attack weapon was a collapsible baton. But his coup was breaking the story that the authorities were… Read more »
Crime Watch Daily Instead of a card on mother’s day, a Roseville woman got a bullet straight through the heart. And 16 years later the killers could be walking free as two innocent men sit behind bars with a life sentence. Scott Lewis Private Investigations is on the case, interviewed by Crime Watch Daily in… Read more »
March 24, 2016 (Detroit) The heat was on in Northeast Detroit today as Scott Lewis Private Investigations teamed up with Detroit Police, Crime Stoppers and others, trying to solve a nagging mystery: what happened to Tamala (Nikki) Wells. The 33-year-old disappeared without a trace on August 6th, 2012 leaving her mother Donna Davis heart-broken and… Read more »
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… Read more »
Was it murder or suicide? I was hired by the family to look into this disturbing and intriguing case in Grosse Pointe and I came to a conclusion. My opinion of the case is mentioned in the last sentence of this Detroit Free Press Article. Click here to view.
What happened to 19 year old college student Jasmine Moody? After a desperate call from the missing Texas teenager’s family, Scott Lewis teams up with Detroit Police and a community organization to search for answers. Click here to view
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. Click here to listen
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.
I’m no longer covering the news, but often as a private investigator I’m hired by news organizations to help them break news as I did with story on the Lansing sex scandal reported by Mlive. Read the full article