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Robberies Have Police, Bankers Worried

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Parent Issue
Day
26
Month
October
Year
1974
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Bank Robbed

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Parent Issue
Day
1
Month
February
Year
1973
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Ann Arbor Police Officer Steven Hill Wins Award For Bravery, May 1973

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 30, 1973
Caption
'Snoopy' Rides With Steve - Steven Hill, a limited duty officer with the Ann Arbor Police Department assigned to dog control, is accustomed to riding around with real animals, not wooden ones. Here officer Hill holds a wooden carving of "Snoopy," the comic strip character, given to him by the Ann Arbor Police Officers Association for his part in the apprehension last February of three bank robbery suspects. The plaque was carved by Patrolman Al Padilla. Hill, whose father is Police Lt. Richard G. Hill, also received a departmental bravery citation and a valor recognition from the National Police Officers Association. Hill, who recently turned 21, has applied for a job as a uniformed patrolman with Ann Arbor's police force.

Ann Arbor Police Department First Father-Son Combination, August 1971

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 5, 1971
Caption
Father-Son Combination - Limited Duty Patrolman Steven Hill (left) has joined the Ann Arbor Police Department to help form the first father-son combination in the department's history. His father, staff Sgt. Richard G. Hill (right) has been a city policeman for more than 15 years. Their boss is Deputy Police Chief Harold E. Olson, shown going over their reports.