Ann Arbor Police Investigate Fatal Wreck at Packard and Stadium, April 1944


Ann Arbor Police Investigate Fatal Wreck at Packard and Stadium, April 1944
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Ann Arbor Police at Scene of Fatal Wreck at Packard and Stadium, April 1944


Ann Arbor Police at Scene of Fatal Wreck at Packard and Stadium, April 1944
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Bandit Gets $2,500 At Bank




Bandit Gets $2,500 At Bank
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27
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November
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1974
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Robberies Have Police, Bankers Worried




Robberies Have Police, Bankers Worried
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October
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1974
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Ann Arbor Police Officer Walter DeDula Checks Damage at Ann Arbor Railroad Derailment On Hill Street, August 1951


Ann Arbor Police Officer Walter DeDula Checks Damage at Ann Arbor Railroad Derailment On Hill Street, August 1951
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Ann Arbor Railroad Derailment On Hill Street, August 1951


Ann Arbor Railroad Derailment On Hill Street, August 1951
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Wreckage of Train Derailment: Eight of the 12 cars derailed in yesterday's Ann Arbor Railroad train wreck are shown in this picture looking west at a point just north of the Hill St. crossing. The completely overturned tank car and hopper car in back of it were the most damaged. A broken axle caused the mishap about 5:30 yesterday morning as the 82-car freight was leaving for Toledo. Total damage was estimated at $7,000 by railroad officials.
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Overturned Tank Car In Ann Arbor Railroad Derailment On Hill Street, August 1951


Overturned Tank Car In Ann Arbor Railroad Derailment On Hill Street, August 1951
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Car Containing Gasoline Overturns: This overturned tank car contained gasoline but fortunately did not ignite after the wreck on the Ann Arbor Railroad near the Hill St. crossing yesterday morning. An unidentified railroad official stands on a truck to get a better view of the damage. Traffic was restored about 7 o'clock last night.
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Ann Arbor Police Officer Walter DeDula at Scene of Ann Arbor Railroad Derailment On Hill Street, August 1951


Ann Arbor Police Officer Walter DeDula at Scene of Ann Arbor Railroad Derailment On Hill Street, August 1951
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Wreck As Seen From West: Patrolman Walter DeDeula of the Ann Arbor police department explains to a News reporter how one of the tank cars was left on a 45-degree angle after a broken axle caused a $7,000 wreck on the Ann Arbor Railroad yesterday morning. The 82-car freight was bound for Toledo. This view is looking north on the west side of the tracks. One car, partly hidden by trees, was at almost a right angle to the tracks.
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Ann Arbor Police at the Scene of Ann Arbor Railroad Derailment On Hill Street, August 1951


Ann Arbor Police at the Scene of Ann Arbor Railroad Derailment On Hill Street, August 1951
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Ann Arbor Police Chief Walter E. Krasny Discusses Changing Police Role As He Retires, September 1979


Ann Arbor Police Chief Walter E. Krasny Discusses Changing Police Role As He Retires, September 1979
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I think that aspect, that removal of person-to-person contact, has been a great loss to every community in the nation. Now the only time a citizen sees a policeman to talk to, it's about trouble.
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