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Bone on bullet and blood on trousers put Catonsville police on alert in 1961

An article in the Sept. 14, 1961 edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian reported on a startling discovery made at a Catonsville dry cleaners. The finding of a .38 cal. copper coated lead bullet touched off quite a lot of excitement in this area last Thursday. It all started when Anthony Crisaufille, who operates a cleaning establishment in the 6300 block Baltimore National Pike, came across the bullet wrapped in a napkin in one of the seven pairs of pants that someone had sent to be cleaned. Hair and bone were attached to the bullet and one pair of trousers was bloodstained. Investigating officer questioned the owner of the pants and learned that the bullet was one of three...