Metro Detroit/Mid-Michigan: Newsmakers Feb 20, 2008

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Former TV news anchor/reporter Suzanne Wangler was arrested this morning on charges she allegedly embezzled more than $149,000 from a Woodhaven man while acting as his financial adviser. Wangler, arrested at her Royal Oak home without incident, has worked at Metro Detroit television stations in the past and more recently as a news anchor Suzanne "Page" at WLAJ in Lansing. She resigned from that job, which she has held since September, last Thursday citing personal reasons. The arrest was the most recent in a series of legal troubles for the 42-year-old Wangler, including an arrest for drunk driving and child endangerment in Royal Oak last summer and a November 2005 incident in which she attempted to shoplift a cart full of more than $600 in food and merchandise from the Westborn Market in Berkley... Former TV anchor Suzanne Wangler arrested (Wed, 2/20)

 

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