Ann Arbor Police Department Officer David J. Jachalke, May 1967


Ann Arbor Police Department Officer David J. Jachalke, May 1967
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Police Report No New Leads In Shooting





Violence By Teens On Rise




Violence By Teens On Rise
Violence By Teens On Rise
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19
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April
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1987
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Rookie Credited In Holdup Suspect's Arrest




Rookie Credited In Holdup Suspect's Arrest
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13
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March
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1971
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Ann Arbor Police Department Counts Funds Raised Through "Pig Bowl" To Aid Needy Children, December 1969


Ann Arbor Police Department Counts Funds Raised Through "Pig Bowl" To Aid Needy Children, December 1969
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Pig Bowl Proceeds - The first annual Pig Bowl -- a football game between the Ann Arbor Police Department and the Sheriff's Department to be played Sunday on Briggs Field at Eastern Michigan University -- has already produced toys and money from local persons interested in aiding needy children. Left to right, Police Chief Walter E. Krasny checks with Police Secretary Hildur Wickman money received from the sale of 2,000 tickets for the game; Patrolman David Jachalke, Mrs. Elaine Allen and Lt. Kenneth B. Klinge, all of the Police-Community Relations staff, check over some of the toys to be given to area children at Christmas. (Ann Arbor News Photo by Cecil Lockard)
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Ann Arbor Police Recruits Practice With Firearms, March 1967


Ann Arbor Police Recruits Practice With Firearms, March 1967
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Recruits Learn Firearm Techniques: These six Ann Arbor Police Department patrolman recruits prepare to fire revolvers on the indoor range in the basement of City Hall as part of their six-week training program. They are scheduled to be in uniform by mid-April. Left to right are David Jachalke, Daniel Cook, Robert Shankleton, George Chapman, William Tommelein and Richard Mantey. The Police Department is currently a dozen men short of full strength.
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Defense Faults Police Handling Of Teen-Aged Murder Suspects




Defense Faults Police Handling Of Teen-Aged Murder Suspects
Defense Faults Police Handling Of Teen-Aged Murder Suspects
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24
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February
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1987
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