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Undersheriff Charles Shaw & Detective Lt. Melvin Fuller Examine The Body Of Dell Cain In Willow Village, September 1956

Undersheriff Charles Shaw & Detective Lt. Melvin Fuller Examine The Body Of Dell Cain In Willow Village, September 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 17, 1956
Caption
MAN FOUND MURDERED: Dell Cain, 36, of 610 S. Huron St., Ypsilanti, was found at 11:20 a.m. yesterday, dead from a knife wound inflicted by an unidentified person in Willow Village about nine hours earlier. Undersheriff Charles W. Shaw (right) and Detective Lt. Melvin C. Fuller here examine Cain's body, which was found lying beside his car in a vacant field off MacArthur Blvd. in Willow Village. Officers theorized Cain, dying from loss of blood, passed out while driving on MacArthur. The vehicle hit a large stone in the field, and the impact apparently threw the stabbing victim from the car. An Ypsilanti man is being sought for questioning in connection with the case, Fuller said.

9650 Geddes Road - Scene Of Murder, September 1958

9650 Geddes Road - Scene Of Murder, September 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 18, 1958
Caption
SCENE OF MURDER: An arrow indicates the part of the house at 9650 Geddes Rd., Superior township, where Gladis O. (Bill) Weatherford inflicted fatal stab wounds on his 23-year-old pregnant wife, Janice, yesterday afternoon.

McConnell Home - 1675 Lexington Road, April 1949

McConnell Home - 1675 Lexington Road, April 1949 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 2, 1949
Caption
HOME IN WHICH MOTHER OF FOUR WAS KILLED: Mrs. Zella McConnell, 37-year-old mother of four teen-aged children, was found murdered in this home at 1675 Lexington Rd., one mile northeast of Ann Arbor, about 8:45 last night. Sheriff's officers, who are questioning a roomer, Ivan Love, 34, said they believe Love waited outside the home for Mrs. McConnell to return from an Ann Arbor visit; then broke in through the side door and overpowered and shot her.