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Employe Of Store Arrested After Robbery Attempt

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13
Month
January
Year
1941
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IIOMHV UM AR) t*. mi<br><br>THE ANN ARBOR NEWS. ANN<br><br>Employe Of Store Arrested<br><br><br><br>r-:-<br><br><br><br>it?* •**•*•*. Wt# wfi »•<br><br>tVw« It »n job**|<br><br>thr ftaentf r*'avm* A j>ar»**| hN'l<br><br>1<br><br>Thom Me An Shoe Manager Slugged But Effort Fails<br><br>-- 4<br><br>Ru*sell Cleavinger Will<br><br>Face Charge Of Assault<br><br>With Intent To Rob<br><br>* _____________<br><br>Husarll QMvisirr. 20 years old. til W. Jefferson Si I r>.- assistant linage: of the Thom Mo An shoe ,tarr *l 215 s M*in SC, was be-,n( held in ja*1 her* today by hr* on * charge of slugging (ho rnsnsf r with * club in an unsuc-r««fu! attempt to rob (h*> store.<br><br>Th» manager Marlin PrtndK 2*. of 12t4 Abbott St., suffered a sever* gash on thf head buf was released yesterday following treatment at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital<br><br>Mr. Prindle was slugged whenj he investigate*! a noise in th* bark room of the store about 6:20 Saturday night white alone during Oeavtnger's dinner hour. Although hadty dated and bleeding from hr* wound. h« managed to stagger out j ,nt« lb* street and call to Patrol- j ■>ysd henry Murray<br><br>light I nloa.es.ed Tk.. manager had been unable to Sleotify h)« assailant because, as pptif* afterwards determined, the light bulb had been loosened .{, tt-« socket and failed to twrnj on when Mr, Prtndie snapped the j<br><br>«*iss as he enteted the ha. k KA( t. POKSIBI.K ISdMR Tt.HHS' Twn house burglars, tmhriisr Soniuet Ih*Hatrii. hi years<br><br>raflrn. old, lleftt, and Raymond 2 \..wirhi. iS. right). both of Pontiac. are shown at the police ,ta-<br><br>rtia officers wrote SOS tion Saturday night follow ing . their arrest when they hecarne tost and returned to the scene of one of their three ronfessed rtfcenes. Both were armed twit offered no resistance, although A'owicki later said they would Itove shot It out with Patrolman Kolland 4. t.ainsley had they neesi smashwd m the bock, doot, j seen him first. The burglary charge, carry sen lessees up to IS years in prison.<br><br>MR Th. splint ess were on the out !—f — - - - . . — . _ . „<br><br>side Inditateug the blow had been<br><br>sMsi.-K from the inside; and the ---<br><br>dbnr paneling had nor been •Mbshed Ip such a manner as to;<br><br>Save permitted an Outsider to rtaA) through and remove two ■Arty bars.<br><br>Under questioning Oeavinger confessed that he had smashed the<br><br>parp»l. unbarred and unlocked the j<br><br>hack door and loosened the light<br><br>bulb white Mr. Prindle was out 1<br><br>fag dinner. ITfron the manager's return. CJeav mgei, according to hia confession, left for his own dinner but re-entered the store through the alley door and made a hpise to attract Mr. Prindle'.. attention<br><br>Re*Pinters More<br><br>Olenvinger said he had planned to knock Mr Prindle unconscious snd Ion. 4 he cash register, but •hen the latter staggered bark through the store, he started to tease by the alley door. However, tearing he might be identified by two men he sow In the alley, he said he re-entered the store from . the back room and later he bad returned through the front door to get hl» rigarets just as the attack occurred Cteevinger. who had worked at the store for four months ha had planned Ihe robbery, in tending to make It appeal though it won committed by burglar, during the afternoon "be cause be had beer, hard pressed for money " He will be arraigned later on a charge of assault with intent to rob. Chief Norman k..<br><br>Cook said Officers taking part in the to-vtatigatmn and quick solution ot tjw attempted robbery were Chief Cook Detective Sgt. fcugene J.<br><br>Gghringer. Xgt Sherman H. Mor-tsoson Detective Albert K Heusel sad Patrolmen Kolland J C.ninsley. ,<br><br>Waller Schmid Joseph Hutrenga and Henry Murray., Mr. Prmdic was taken to the hospital in the shenff'r ambulance.<br><br>OS THF. RMiHT UNO f* W'N: Patrwim.a Koll.ml t.<br><br>ts.iw.ley fell a bit relieved when be bod the oM-toaMwwed but highly powerful .»< caliber revolver, which he i* -how it eaam-<br><br>ining. in kk own hands. Raymond t. Nowtrki. a rssfrwrd house burglar who was arrewted along with Ambrose Kwiiurl IbHnen Saturday night hy l It freer titunsley. taler said he - would hate used ihe weapon if the patrolman had oot got the<br><br>'<br><br>I<br><br>i<br><br>I<br><br>»<br><br>»<br><br>*<br><br>><br><br>if<br><br>»<br><br>-<br><br>is<br><br>h<br><br>V<br><br>ARBOR. MICH.<br><br>l*A<tK THUT-T,<br><br>After Robbery Attempt