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Todd Hansen, Explorer Scout, & Harry Jinkerson, Ann Arbor Police Officer, Test A Metal Detector On Halloween Candy, October 1981 Photographer: Cecil Lockard

Todd Hansen, Explorer Scout, & Harry Jinkerson, Ann Arbor Police Officer, Test A Metal Detector On Halloween Candy, October 1981 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 26, 1981
Caption
GETTING READY - Police, with the aid of McDonald's restaurants in the area, are preparing for Halloween ghouls - the real kind. Explorer scout Todd Hansen, left, and Ann Arbor police officer Harry Jinkerson test out a metal detector officers will be using Halloween night to check out candy children are given during trick-or-treat rounds. The detectors, which can spot miniature metal particles, narcotics or drug substances, will be available at McDonald restaurants at 2000 W. Stadium Blvd., and 373 N. Zeeb Road, 3811 Carpenter Road, 4775 Washtenaw Avenue in Ypsilanti, 16 Ecorse Road in Ypsilanti, and 7847 E. Michigan Ave. in Saline. The restaurants will also have a surprise for each child.

Police Promotions 'Significant'

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28
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July
Year
1984
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Killing Linked To Job Dispute

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1
Month
August
Year
1978
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Ann Arbor Police Department Brings Back Motorcycles After 30 Years, November 1981 Photographer: Cecil Lockard

Ann Arbor Police Department Brings Back Motorcycles After 30 Years, November 1981 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 4, 1981
Caption
Back In Style - No, the Ann Arbor police didn't steal the idea from The CHIPS. Actually, city streets used to be patrolled by motorcycles prior to the 1950s, but four-wheeled squad cars forced them into retirement. Now the two-wheelers are coming back after 30 years because, officials say, they use less gasoline, are cheaper and can maneuver more efficiently through traffic congestion. Patrolmen Harry Jinkerson (left) and Thomas Kemp try out their new machines flanked by (from left, standing), Capt. Kenneth Klinge, Mayor Louis D. Belcher, City Administrator Terry V. Sprenkel, Patrolman Rick Cornell and Police Chief William J. Corbett.