DETROIT, MI – Michael Dwyer, the son of Warren Police Commissioner William Dwyer, has been identified as the person whose body was found in a vacant burned out house on Detroit’s west side.
The body of 55-year-old Michael Dwyer was identified through finger prints by the Wayne County Medical Examiners Office.
Dwyer’s body was discovered inside the burned out house after a fire that took place on Bramell Street on October 26th, 2018. The body was not found for two and a half weeks after the fire. His body was discovered on Thursday November 15th, 2018.
Southfield Police had been following up on a missing person’s report and had details about that house.
This has many saying that Detroit Fire left another body in yet another house undiscovered after the flames were put out. This would be the second known time that Detroit Fire did not discover a body long after the flames and smoke were gone.
On March 5th, 2018, a fire ripped through the family home of 26-year-old Kevin McGriff. Firefighters didn’t see Kevin lying on the kitchen floor when they put out a fire. He was discovered 5 days later.
The Medical Examiner’s Office has not ruled what the cause and manner of death was for Michael Dwyer.
A press release was sent out by the Warren Police Department on Friday November 16th, 2018, confirming that it was Michael Dwyer who was found in the vacant house on Bramell. The family is asking for privacy at this time while they mourn the death of Michael. The press release went on to say that no further information will be released at this time.