Radio host Mildred Gaddis may be target of federal probe

Feds look at ties to two men facing federal charges


DETROIT – A spokesman for radio host Mildred Gaddis has declined to comment on reports a company run by Gaddis received money from two men charged in separate federal investigations.

Former Wayne County assistant executive Michael Grundy and Highland Park school board member Robert Davis are charged in separate cases of corruption involving public money.

The two were reportedly frequent guests on the radio show hosted by Gaddis. Federal records indicate a private company owned by Gaddis received payments from an insurance program run by Grundy and from a firm used by Davis.

Invoices say the money was for ads and interviews on the radio program.