When Montgomery County Commissioner Bruce L. Castor Jr. was Montgomery County district attorney, he prosecuted many cases, but few generated as much attention as that involving Guy Sileo, co-owner of the General Wayne Inn on Montgomery Avenue in Lower Merion.
 
Sileo was convicted of killing his business partner, Jim Webb, at the restaurant in 1996. The murder weapon was a gun, and Sileo’s motive for the killing was to collect insurance money and to prevent Webb from breaking up their partnership in the eatery.
 
On Thursday evening, May 3, at 9 p.m., Castor will be featured in a show detailing the murder, the investigation and the prosecution of Sileo.
 
The show, “Cold Blood”, will appear on the Discovery ID, which is channel 111 for Comcast viewers and channel 123 for those with Verizon.  This is the second of Castor’s cases to be featured on the series this year.
 
The General Wayne Inn murder has been the subject of several television specials.  In this one-hour show, Castor will offer insights on the case, which was largely circumstantial.  Sileo is now serving a life sentence for first-degree murder.