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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Car Runs Into Pretzel Bell Restaurant, January 1973


Car Runs Into Pretzel Bell Restaurant, January 1973
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Car Comes To Stop Against Restaurant Front
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Struggle Leads To Auto Mishap




Struggle Leads To Auto Mishap
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21
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January
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1973
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Ann Arbor Police Officers Check Seized Guns and Narcotics, March 1967


Ann Arbor Police Officers Check Seized Guns and Narcotics, March 1967
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Confiscated narcotics, Guns Checked: These four Ann Arbor police officers played key roles in the apprehension of three robbery suspects and the recovery of pharmaceutical narcotics estimated to be worth $6,000. Sgt. Robert C. Conn, seated, wounded one of the suspects with the gun held by Patrolman Lloyd O. Stearns, right, who stopped the car in which the trio was riding. Patrolman Harold Tinsey, left, and Byrl Racine, holding bottles of capsules found in the car, took shots at the fleeing suspect. Sgt. Conn holds an automatic pistol, one of two guns taken from the men.
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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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Gun Found In River Said Used In Only One Murder




Gun Found In River Said Used In Only One Murder
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11
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July
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1969
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Mayor Cecil O. Creal Presents Pistol Award to Ann Arbor Police Officer R. D. Robinson, March 1965


Mayor Cecil O. Creal Presents Pistol Award to Ann Arbor Police Officer R. D. Robinson, March 1965
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Michigan State Trooper Richard Brantner Wins Shooting Competition At Ann Arbor Police Department Range, June 1965


Michigan State Trooper Richard Brantner Wins Shooting Competition At Ann Arbor Police Department Range, June 1965
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State Trooper Wins Again: Richard Brantner (left) a crack pistol shot for the State Police post at Jackson, receives his first-place silver trophy from Giles Fox of Fox Sporting Goods who donated trophies for yesterday's National Rifle Association pistol match at the Ann Arbor Police Department range. Trooper Brantner, who last year at the local range established a new world's record for .45 caliber fire, yesterday compiled a score of 2,055 out of a possible 2,100.
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Winners at the Ann Arbor Police Department Shooting Competition, June 1965


Winners at the Ann Arbor Police Department Shooting Competition, June 1965
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These five men with trophies finished with top scores in an "open" accredited pistol match in which 44 persons participated. Left to right are Raymond Landis, a former city policeman now an officer at Gaylord, who had a 1,857 score; Ross Meyers, 1,903; Giles Fox who donated the trophies; Richard Brantner, 2,055; Roger Herman, 1,812, and Mike Adorjan, 1,912. The shooters fired .22, .38 and .45 caliber pistols. Ann Arbor officers were hosts for the match and did not participate.
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Ann Arbor Police Patrolman William D. Miller With Sharpshooter Medals, November 1962


Ann Arbor Police Patrolman William D. Miller With Sharpshooter Medals, November 1962
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Hot Shot: Criminals who think they are handy with a gun would do well to avoid Patrolman William D. Miller of the Ann Arbor Police Department. The officer yesterday received these 16 medals which he won last summer in a regional pistol match held at Bristol, Ind. Miller, a nine-year veteran of police service, won 18 matches in the two-day meet and was raised from the marksman rating to that of "expert" for his leading scores. Several hundred men from police agencies and service teams competed in the match.
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