Hail To The Chief . . . Retiring Krasny Saluted




Hail To The Chief . . . Retiring Krasny Saluted
Hail To The Chief . . . Retiring Krasny Saluted
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1
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March
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1980
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Westside Sniper Wounds Two




Westside Sniper Wounds Two
Westside Sniper Wounds Two
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August
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1977
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Testimony Features Cops, Cash, 'Eddie the Horse'




Testimony Features Cops, Cash, 'Eddie the Horse'
Testimony Features Cops, Cash, 'Eddie the Horse'
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May
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1981
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Crime Stopper Uses Cable To Help The Cause




Crime Stopper Uses Cable To Help The Cause
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August
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1984
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'Fingerpoint' Robber Pleads Guilty




'Fingerpoint' Robber Pleads Guilty
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March
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1985
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Crime Prevention Primer




Crime Prevention Primer
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1986
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Ann Arbor Police Major Raymond E. Woodruff Retires, June 1984


Ann Arbor Police Major Raymond E. Woodruff Retires, June 1984
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Ann Arbor Police Officer Joe Dye Interviews Witness At Scene of Bank Robbery At Great Lakes Federal Savings, December 1985


Ann Arbor Police Officer Joe Dye Interviews Witness At Scene of Bank Robbery At Great Lakes Federal Savings, December 1985
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Bank Robbed - A bank robber who demanded $50 bills but settled for $20s got away with an undetermined amount of cash Tuesday afternoon from a Great Lakes Federal Savings Bank branch. Ann Arbor police said a man in his 20s, 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing about 15 170 pounds, walked into the branch at 2701 Plymouth Raod at about 4:45 p.m., and passed a teller a note demanding the $50 bills in her drawer. Police said the teller told the man she dind't have any $50s, so he settled for $20 bills, and fled on foot. No weapon was seen. In photo at left [this photo], a bank patron who was present during the robbery gives his account to Ann Arbor Police Officer Joe Dye.
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Ann Arbor Police At Court In 'Fingerpoint Robber' Case, November 1985


Ann Arbor Police At Court In 'Fingerpoint Robber' Case, November 1985
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