Heusel Appointed Police Sergeant




Heusel Appointed Police Sergeant
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July
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1944
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Capt. Heusel Is Honored For 25 Years' Service




Capt. Heusel Is Honored For 25 Years' Service
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1949
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Capt. Heusel Resigns From Police Force




Capt. Heusel Resigns From Police Force
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1952
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Heusel Ges Security Post At University




Heusel Ges Security Post At University
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1952
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Albert H. Heusel Dies




Albert H. Heusel Dies
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February
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1970
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Ann Arbor Police Department Detective Lt. Albert E. Heusel, December 1947


Ann Arbor Police Department Detective Lt. Albert E. Heusel, December 1947
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Ann Arbor Police Department Chief Detective Albert E. Heusel, November 1946


Ann Arbor Police Department Chief Detective Albert E. Heusel, November 1946
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Ann Arbor Police Department Detective Sgt. Albert E. Heusel, July 1944


Ann Arbor Police Department Detective Sgt. Albert E. Heusel, July 1944
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Eight Are Hurt In Mishaps Here




Eight Are Hurt In Mishaps Here
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Ann Arbor Police Department Steps Sharply In the All-Veterans Freedom Train Parade, August 1948


Ann Arbor Police Department Steps Sharply In the All-Veterans Freedom Train Parade, August 1948
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The Local Law Marched, Too: Led by Chief Casper Enkemann, a platoon of Ann Arbor police above, marched in yesterday's civic parade just behind Parade Marshal Thomas A. FitzGerald and his color guard. Directly behind Chief Enkemann is Capt. Roland E. Gainsley, chief of the traffic division; in civilian clothes is Capt. Albert Heusel, chief of the detective bureau. Chairman of the parade was William M. Strickland. Dr. H. R. shipman directed the barbecue which followed.
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