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Believed To Be City's First

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Day
16
Month
December
Year
1964
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Three To Assume Police Positions

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Parent Issue
Day
30
Month
June
Year
1964
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Ann Arbor Police Capt. Henry G. Murray Dumping Confiscated Alcohol, June 1966

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 13, 1966
Caption
Spirits Go Down The Drain: Ann Arbor Police Capt. Henry G. Murray pours the first of a cart load of beer and whisky down a drain at city headquarters. The intoxicants are part of a hoard of partly filled bottles of beverages confiscated by city officers in arrests over a six-month period. The spirits are poured down the drain in the presence of an investigator from the state's Michigan Liquor Control Commission.

Ann Arbor Police Officials Celebrate 25 Years of Service, June 1964

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 12, 1964
Caption
25 Years In Police Work: Police Chief Rolland J. Gainsley (center) helped two fellow Police Department officials observe their 25th years in local police work yesterday at a fete in City Hall. The two are Capt. Henry G. Murray (left), who is in charge of the uniformed and traffic division, and Deputy Police Chief Walter E. Krasny who is administrative officer of all Police Department operations. The two are holding plaques containing 25 silver dollars -- one for each of their 25 years of service. Each was also given a 25th anniversary badge with his name engraved on it.