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Cpl. David Severance And Abandoned Cats, March 1966

Cpl. David Severance And Abandoned Cats, March 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 7, 1966
Caption
Sheriff's Department Cpl. David B. Severance holds a mother cat as she stretches a paw toward her young, scattered around their temporary home - a cardboard box. The parent cat and her five young ones were found in the box which had been placed in the front seat of a car parked in the 200 block of N. Main last night. The startled owner of the car brought the family to the County Jail and asked that the animals be cared for. Deputies took the cats to the Washtenaw County's Humane Society animal shelter on Cherry Hill Rd. where they will be put up for adoption later this week.

Kittens, Anyone?

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7
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March
Year
1966
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Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department Searches For Drowning Victim John Lee Carlton, May 1962

Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department Searches For Drowning Victim John Lee Carlton, May 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 9, 1972
Caption
Grim Search - Sheriff's Lt. David B. Severance (behind wheel), guides a motorboat along Second Sister Lake off S. Wagner Rd. in Scio Township this morning, moments before the body of John Lee Carlton, 22, of 735 N. Maple Rd. was found. A sheriff's Marine Division officer is seated near Severance, holding a line tied to Sheriff's Department skindivers who recovered the body. Carlton went down in 30 feet of water yesterday afternoon while swimming with two teen-age companions, Sheriff Douglas J. Harvey said. Divers searched until darkness yesterday for the body and resumed the hunt on the lake this morning. (Ann Arbor News photo by Jack Stubbs)

Drawing of UFO Sighted at Mannor Farm in 1966

Drawing of UFO Sighted at Mannor Farm in 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 21, 1966
Caption
How 'It' Looked: This drawing of one of the unidentified flying objects reported over Dexter Township last night was made by Sheriff's Cpl. David B. Severance from descriptions provided by a half-dozen deputies and area residents. All witnesses generally agreed on the shape and size of the objects and on the colored lights which appeared on them.