Walter E. Krasny

Nurse Brutally Slain Here

Ann Arbor News, September 17, 1951


Nurse Brutally Slain Here
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Where Stolen Purse Was Discarded

Ann Arbor News, September 20, 1951


Where Stolen Purse Was Discarded
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Suspects In Murder Bound To High Court

Ann Arbor News, October 1, 1951


Suspects In Murder Bound To High Court
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'Informant' Tells Of Talk He Had With Three Youths

Ann Arbor News, November 10, 1951


'Informant' Tells Of Talk He Had With Three Youths
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Police and Suspects at Scene Where Evidence Was Discarded In Murder of Pauline A. Campbell, September 1951

Police and Suspects at Scene Where Evidence Was Discarded In Murder of Pauline A. Campbell, September 1951
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Ann Arbor News, September 20, 1951
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Where Stolen Purse Was Discarded: A mist-shrouded bridge on Superior Rd. across the Huron River where the three youths who admitted killing Nurse Pauline Campbell said they threw her purse was visited early this morning after the teen-agers confessed to the slaying. At the scene (left to right) are Ann Arbor Police Lieutenant Walter Krasny; William R. Morey, 18, admitted striking the fatal blows; Patrolman Robert Robinson; David L. Royal, 17, who took part in the robbery-slaying; State Police Detective Joseph Liebherr (behind Royal); and Capt. Rolland Gainsley of the Ann Arbor Police Department. A tip by a Michigan State Normal College sophomore led to the arrest of Morey, Royal and Jacob M. Pell, 18.
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Robert H. Stacy, Suspect in Haven Hall Fire, Arraigned On Arson Charge, October 1950

Robert H. Stacy, Suspect in Haven Hall Fire, Arraigned On Arson Charge, October 1950
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Ann Arbor News, October 11, 1950
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Arraigned On Arson Charge: Robert H. Stacy, University graduate student (right), is shown with Detective Sgt. Walter Krasny of the Ann Arbor police as he was being taken to municipal court this noon for arraignment on a warrant charging him with setting the Haven Hall fire. Authorities said Stacy confessed setting the fire, but could give no reason why he did it.
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New Members of Local Police Force

Ann Arbor News, June 7, 1939


New Members of Local Police Force
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Haven Hall Arson Admitted

Ann Arbor News, October 11, 1950


Haven Hall Arson Admitted
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Girl Friend Says Stacy Admitted Fire

Ann Arbor News, December 14, 1950


Girl Friend Says Stacy Admitted Fire
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Stacy Will Take Stand, Young Says

Ann Arbor News, December 15, 1950


Stacy Will Take Stand, Young Says
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