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Death Probers Find Trousers

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Parent Issue
Day
1
Month
November
Year
1966
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River Searched In Death Probe

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Day
31
Month
October
Year
1966
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Officers With Stolen Property Recovered From Huron River, May 1967

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 13, 1967
Caption
River Bottom 'Booty': What appears to be an eerie coffin dredged from the depths of the Huron River (above) is a discarded candy machine tossed into "Davy Jones' Locker." Skindivers with the City Police and Sheriff's Deputies found this among an assortment of dumped items in their efforts to raise a safe from the river bed. City Patrolman Paul L. Buntin is shown at the lower left and Deputy Lenard McDougall has his hand on the machine. On the hoist rope is Patrolman Harold Tinsey and below him is Detective Lt. Eugene L. Staudenmaier. On the bridge is Police Lt. Marvin Dann and Sheriff's Uniformed Sgt. William M. Stander. In the photo below [this photo], Buntin, center, and McDougall go over the day's booty which included the safe, a tool chest and a motor scooter.

Ann Arbor Patrolman Paul L. Bunten With Candy Machine Recovered From Huron River, May 1967

Ann Arbor Patrolman Paul L. Bunten With Candy Machine Recovered From Huron River, May 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 13, 1967
Caption
River Bottom 'Booty': What appears to be an eerie coffin dredged from the depths of the Huron River (above) [this photo] is a discarded candy machine tossed into "Davy Jones' Locker." Skindivers with the City Police and Sheriff's Deputies found this among an assortment of dumped items in their efforts to raise a safe from the river bed. City Patrolman Paul L. Buntin is shown at the lower left and Deputy Lenard McDougall has his hand on the machine. On the hoist rope is Patrolman Harold Tinsey and below him is Detective Lt. Eugene L. Staudenmaier. On the bridge is Police Lt. Marvin Dann and Sheriff's Uniformed Sgt. William M. Stander. In the photo below, Buntin, center, and McDougall go over the day's booty which included the safe, a tool chest and a motor scooter.

Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department Search Huron River For Body of LeRoy W. Johnson, December 1966

Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department Search Huron River For Body of LeRoy W. Johnson, December 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 15, 1966
Caption
Start Of Search: Sheriff's Deputy Lenard McDougall (right) breaks ice in the Huron River as yesterday afternoon's search for the body of murder victim LeRoy Johnson begins. Sheriff's Sgt. Nuel K. Schneider (center) also a skindiver, watches. Moments after this picture was taken Deputy Jerry Russo (left) and McDougall pulled Johnson's body from shallow water just to the right of where McDougall is standing.

River Yields Man's Body

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Parent Issue
Day
14
Month
December
Year
1966
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