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Tuesday, June 17, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Tuesday, June 17, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Daily Classifieds

Police harassment of band probed

(Continued from Page 8)
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PROFESSIONAL VOCALIST seeks
bard rock and roll band. 50's thru
70's. Carolyn Moon. 663-9128. 990618
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Large efficiency with balcony. 418
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ONE ROOM available for 1 or 2
males in Albert Terrace Apt. near
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immediately thru August. Call 668-
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DETROIT. CHARMINGLY furnished
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(Continued from Page 1)
Whatever Murray decides his
position will be a controversial
one. The mayor wants the re-
port for the public, while a
majority of Council, in a 6-5
decision, decided not to release
the report to any city official.
The incident involves at least
10 city police and county sher-
iffs who allegedly used brutal
tactics and made threats against
the lives of six members of Blue
Magic band after they were
stopped last month by the offi-
cers near the city.
THE BAND, managed by At-
lantic Records, was pulled over
early May 10 by police after
leaving the Howard Johnson's
restaurant on Carpenter Rd.
The group had finished an en-
gagement in Muskegon and was
enroute to their Philadelphia
base.
Sheriffs ordered all available
cars to the scene after receiving
a report that a black man was
carrying a gun iat the restaur-
ant.
Six members of Blue Magic
were apprehended by officers
as they were leaving the res-
taurant. The group was hand-
cuffed, frisked, and allegedly
manhandled in violation of their
civil rights.
OFFICERS found two "start-
er guns" in the car, however,
the person who called in the
complaint confidently denied
these could have been the gun
reportedly seen. The citizen de-
scribed the gun as an "auto-
matic."
Wheeler's move followed
three days after the Washte-
naw County Sheriffs' Depart-
ment fired two of its deputies,
Randy Evans and William Tom-
melein, involved in the inci-

dent.
Six members of the band,
Blue Magic, last Tuesday filad
criminal and civil law suits to-
talling $18 million against Ev-
ans and Tommelein.
The snits also alleges that an
Ann Arbor police officer injured
one of the band members by
standing on his ankle, however,
the band has been unable to
identify any city police officers
involved in the incident and law
enforcement agencies refuse to
rel-se the officers' names.
Friday sheriff Fred Postill
fired Tommelein and Evans af-
ter sntisfving himself that five
charges brought against the
demities were true. The charges
are.:
-Gross mishandling of peo-
ple (the band) placed under a
technical state of arrest;
-Grossly and negligently mis-
handling the group's property;
-Submitting false reports to
the sheriff's department;
-Withholding material and
information from the agency;
and
-Engaging in conduct preju-
dicial "to the good name of the
Washtenaw County Sheriff's De-
partment."
Sheriff Lieut. Laird Harris
stated yesterday that Evans
and Tommelein were fired after
refusing on four different occa-
sions to answer departmental
questions concerning the inci-
dent.
The two deputies did not ap-
pear at a sheriff's hearing de-
scribed by Harris as "their last
shot to submit any information
for their case."
TOMMELEIN left the Ann Ar-

Council rejects contract.

bor police seven years ago to
become a deputy, however, his
record as an officer remains
marked with citizens com-
plaints. Harris said the sheriff
has received "some citizen
complaints on Tommelein) for
similar activities in the past,
which the department investi-
gated but could not prove."
Ivan Barris, Blue Magic's at-
torney and a well-known crimi-
nal lawyer in the state, con-
tended in the lawsuits that Ev-
ans and Tommelein criminally
violated the national Civil
Rights Act by violating the
band's proerty, freedom, and
personal safety.
The Federal Bureat of Inves-
tigation (FBI) was brought into
the case when the alleged civil
rights violation was filed with
a U. S. attorney. The FBI in-
vestigation is still underway.
THE SHERIFF'S department
submitted a 25 page report on
the incident to various law en-
forcement agencies and County
Prosecutor William Delhey, who
is also conducting an investiga-
tion.
The sheriff's investigation,
which the report stemmed from,
substantiated the five miscon-
duct charges against the depu-
ties Harris reported. "We have
proven those charges."
However Police Chief Wal-
ter Krasny state last night that
a city police department inves-
tigation did not corraborate the
county sheriff's report. "We
found that none of Barris' char-
ges are substantiated," he said.
HARRIS chided the city police
for "giving Delhey a three-page
report," and declared, "It's the
responsibility of the Ann Arbor
police to investigate this case
as we have done."
Krasny explained that his of-
ficers were "completely cooper-
ative" during the police investi-
gation and that he received no
reports from his staff of their
misconduct during the inci-
dent.
The Police Chief claimed that
he could not release the names
of officers concerned, because
doing so could embarrass them.
He added that the department is
awaiting further proof on Bar-
ris' charges before making a
final decision on the guilt of
the police involved.
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and seven musicians.
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fringe benefits which would
have upped the total cost of
the package.
Police Chief Walter Krasny,
after Council nixed the union
contract, admitted he had "an-
ticipated" the negative reaction
to the proposed pact. However,
he added that he had hoped one
unnamed C o u n c i I Democrat
might have voted with the five
Republicans to give the contract
final approval.
KRASNY said he anticipates
the arbitration period will last
a minimum of three days "de-
pending on how many issues
the two parties bring up."
Arbitration will in all likeli-
hood commence at the end of
this month after the city and

the police have each chosen
their arbitrator and after a
third is agreed upon by both
parties.
Prefacing his vote against the
union agreement, Democratic
Mayor Albert Wheeler express-
ed concern with the ramifica-
tions of taking contract discus-
sions int arbitration.
"I KNOW that when we talk
about arbitration, we're taking
a lot of chances," said Wheeler.
However, he said he wasn't
willing to accept numerous pro-
visions in the contract as pro-
posed by Teamsters. "I feel
that the city should not give up
its perogatives for layoffs,"
said Wheeler. "At that point you
take away just about any clout
that the city has."

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