The Michigan Daily-Thursday, November 20, 1980-Page 3
Den scare would-be
1 :Two local men came to the rescue of a
screaming woman Tuesday morning
after another man attempted to abduct
her from an Ann Arbor parking lot,
police said yesterday.
-The would-be kidnapper, described
as in his mid-20s and of medium build,,
abproached the woman at -a Huron
Parkway and First Street parking lot at
11:30 a.m. and asked for directions,
Ann Arbor Police. Sgt. Harold Tinsey
said. As the 43-year-old resident got out
of her car to respond, the suspect
allegedly flashed a pocketknife, pushed
the woman back into her car, and at-
tempted to follow her inside.
Two men walking near the area were
alerted when they heard the woman
screaming, Tinsey said. When they ap-
proached to offer assistance, the
suspect fled. There were no injuries in
the incident, and the case is still under
I Hotel manager foils theft
A hotel manager who saw his own
briefcase being carried away by a guest
following a break-in at his hotel
Tuesday, helped catch the suspect
before he could make his getaway on an
AATA bus, police said yesterday.
Employees of the Arbor Valley Inn at
2800 Jackson Rd. discovered at 10:00
aim. that a storage room had been
birglarized, Sgt. Harold Tinsey said.
They soon saw Curtis Davis, 23, from
New Haven,. walking out of the hotel
with a plastic bag and a briefcase
similar to the manager's. Tinsey said
the manager requested an employee to
follow the man and proceeded to call
Davis was apprehended at an AATA
bus stop near the Maple Village shop-
ping center. Tinsey said the plastic bag'
was filled with items allegedly stolen
from the hotel, and verified that the
briefcase did belong to the manager..
Davis was arraigned yesterday in
15th District Court -and charged with
three felonies including breaking and
entering and two counts of forged
checks from previous incidents. He was
released on $15,000 bond pending a Nov.
26 pre-trial examination.
Hit-run suspect arraigned
A man suspected of fleeing the scene
of a car accident Monday night was
arraigned yesterday in 15th District
Court, police said.
James Daniel, 34, allegedly left his
car following a fiery head-on collision
with John Dazy at Plymouth and Green
Roads Monday night at 8:30. He was
found by police and arrested Tuesday,
Sgt. Harold Tinsey said.
Daniel was arraigned on one count of
leaving the scene of an accident and
released on bond. He has a previous
warrant out for disorderly conduct,
SUIT INVOLVED EX-SECOND CHANCE EMPLOYEE
Jury acquits bouncer
By MAUREEN FLEMING
A former Second Chance bouncer was
acquitted Tuesday of an assault charge
stemming from a March barroom fight.
A jury deliberated most of Tuesday
afternoon before finding Daniel
Haisenleder, 31, not guilty of the
felony-assault with intent to commit
great bodily harm less than murder.
HAISENLEDJCR was accused of
beating University student Thomas
DeJonge nearly unconscious during a
fight in the Second Chance bar at 516 E
The fight reportedly began when
DeJonge was asked to leave the bar by
bouncers after they thought he was in-
volved in 4 beer mug throwing incident.
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John Collins, Haisenleder's attorney,
said he was very happy with the trial
results. "It became tremendously ob-
vious (during the course of the seven
day trial) that Haisenleder was going to
be let off." Collins added that the
prosecutor's officehad blown the whole
incident out of proportion.
PROSECUTING attorney Robert
Cooper refused to comment on the case.
"I think the prosecutor really over-
charged us," Collins said. He explained
that Haisenleder was a weight lifter,
and if he wanted to hurt DeJonge he
Collins said DeJonge had two black
eyes and a bump on his head from the
fight, while Haisenleder suffered a
broken nose, black eye, and a wound
from a bite inflicted by DeJonge. He
added that the only blood found on
Haisenleders' shirt was from
Haisenleder, although witnesses
testified that blood was squirting "all
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