Peters Sausage Company Employees Handle A Loose Pig On Broadway, November 1963


Peters Sausage Company Employees Handle A Loose Pig On Broadway, November 1963
Caption: PESKY PORKER: Local residents en route to work this morning along Broadway had to dodge around this plump hog, one of two which darted to their temporary freedom from a truck at the Peters Sausage Co. Employes of the meat processing firm, Danny Fleming (left) and Steve Berecz, hold down the animal after suitably hog-tying him as City Patrolman Arthur Hughes (right) looks on.

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Police Department, Broadway Bridge, Farm Animals, Peters Sausage Co., Pigs
People: Arthur Hughes, Danny Fleming, Steve Berecz
Photographer: Duane Scheel
Date: November 1963

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Danny Fleming Hog Ties A Loose Pig On Broadway, November 1963


Danny Fleming Hog Ties A Loose Pig On Broadway, November 1963

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Police Department, Farm Animals, Peters Sausage Co., Pigs, University Motel
People: Arthur Hughes, Danny Fleming
Places: 1000 Broadway
Photographer: Duane Scheel
Date: November 1963

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Ann Arbor Police Search For Purse in Nancy Faber Murder Investigation, November 1983


Ann Arbor Police Search For Purse in Nancy Faber Murder Investigation, November 1983

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Police Department, Criminal Investigations, Homicides, Kroger Co., Michigan State Police, Plymouth-Green Shopping Center, Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department
People: Nancy Beatrice Dittman Faber
Photographer: Jack Stubbs
Date: November 1983

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Ann Arbor Police Force Searches For Purse in Nancy Faber Murder Investigation, November 1983


Ann Arbor Police Force Searches For Purse in Nancy Faber Murder Investigation, November 1983
Caption: Ann Arbor police make their way through puddles of water and wet leaves as they search for the purse of Nancy Faber, shot Tuesday night after leaving the Kroger's store in the Plymouth-Green Shopping Center. Police said they have no leads in the case.

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Police Department, Criminal Investigations, Homicides, Kroger Co., Michigan State Police, Plymouth-Green Shopping Center, Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department
People: Nancy Beatrice Dittman Faber
Photographer: Jack Stubbs
Date: November 1983

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Ann Arbor Police Display Purse Like One Owned by Murder Victim Nancy Faber, November 1983


Ann Arbor Police Display Purse Like One Owned by Murder Victim Nancy Faber, November 1983
Caption: Ann Arbor police selected a purse from a local store to illustrate what Nancy Faber's missing purse is believed to look like. It is described as 10-by-12 inches in size, brown leather, with two handles long enough to go over the shoulder and no flaps on the outside. There are two pockets on the inside, separated by a zippered compartment.

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Police Department, Criminal Investigations, Homicides, Kroger Co., Michigan State Police, Plymouth-Green Shopping Center, Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department
People: Nancy Beatrice Dittman Faber
Photographer: Jack Stubbs
Date: November 1983

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Ann Arbor Police Display Purse Like One Owned by Murder Victim Nancy Faber, November 1983


Ann Arbor Police Display Purse Like One Owned by Murder Victim Nancy Faber, November 1983
Caption: Ann Arbor police selected a purse from a local store to illustrate what Nancy Faber's missing purse is believed to look like. It is described as 10-by-12 inches in size, brown leather, with two handles long enough to go over the shoulder and no flaps on the outside. There are two pockets on the inside, separated by a zippered compartment.

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Police Department, Criminal Investigations, Homicides, Kroger Co., Michigan State Police, Plymouth-Green Shopping Center, Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department
People: Nancy Beatrice Dittman Faber
Photographer: Jack Stubbs
Date: November 1983

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Ann Arbor Police Search Garbage Dump for Clues in Nancy Faber Murder Investigation, November 1983


Ann Arbor Police Search Garbage Dump for Clues in Nancy Faber Murder Investigation, November 1983
Caption: Ann Arbor police use sticks and shovels to comb through 276 cubic yards of garbage at the city landfill Tuesday in a fruitless search for the purse belonging to murder victim Nancy Faber.

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Police Department, Criminal Investigations, Homicides, Kroger Co., Michigan State Police, Plymouth-Green Shopping Center, Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department
People: Greg Trybus, John Atkinson, Mark Brayton, Nancy Beatrice Dittman Faber
Photographer: Jack Stubbs
Date: November 1983

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Law Enforcement Announces Arrest In Nancy Faber Murder Investigation, December 1983


Law Enforcement Announces Arrest In Nancy Faber Murder Investigation, December 1983
Caption: Police announced toady at a press conference an arrest in the slaying of Nancy Faber. Shown at the press conference, above left [this photo], are, from left, Prosecutor Delhey, Chief Corbett and trooper Henry Tyler, who was first contacted by the suspect. Police divers continued to search near Ypsilanti's Forest Avenue bridge, above, for Faber's purse. A car police believe was used by the suspect was hauled into the Ann Arbor city garage today, left.

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Police Department, Courts - Washtenaw County, Crime & Criminals, Criminal Investigations, Homicides, Kroger Co., Michigan State Police, Plymouth-Green Shopping Center, Press Conferences
People: Henry Tyler, Machelle Yvonne Pearson, Maj. Raymond Woodruff, Nancy Beatrice Dittman Faber, William F. Delhey, William J. Corbett
Photographer: Jack Stubbs
Date: December 1983

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