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Ann Arbor Police Department Patrolman Robert O'Dell Directs Traffic, March 1958

Ann Arbor Police Department Patrolman Robert O'Dell Directs Traffic, March 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 5, 1958
Caption
Traffic control in Ann Arbor is handled with signs and signals- and also by policemen personally directing traffic at busy intersections. Under the command of Lt. H. G. Schlupe, head of the Police Department's Traffic Bureau, patrolmen are assigned to various downtown corners during "rush" hours. Here, Patrolman Robert O'Dell indicates with a hand signal that east and westbound traffic on E. Huron St. is to proceed through Division St. intersection.

Ann Arbor Police Officers George Miller and Robert O'Dell With Loot From Bank Robbery, March 1956

Ann Arbor Police Officers George Miller and Robert O'Dell With Loot From Bank Robbery, March 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 14, 1956
Caption
Bandits' Captor Displays Loot: Patrolman George Miller, who flagged down the car of three Ann Arbor men who held up the Pinckney bank yesterday noon, displays the more than $4,300 in recovered loot and the snub-nosed .22 caliber pistol carried by one of the robbers. Inset [this photo] shows Patrolman Robert O'Dell, first to arrive on the scene after Miller stopped the getaway car at Pontiac and Kellogg Sts. The two Patrolmen held the bandit trio at gunpoint until more help arrived.

Bank Robbers Face Federal Action

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Parent Issue
Day
14
Month
March
Year
1956
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Ann Arbor Police Department Group Photo, May 1953

Ann Arbor Police Department Group Photo, May 1953 image