GUSTAV "GUS" PFLEIDERER was born in Brooklyn, New York on
August 5, 1889. He served as a detective with the Camden Police
Department for many years.
Pfleiderer served with distinction for over three decades, retiring in
the spring of 1954.
Camden Daily Courier - July 6, 1922
S. Van Hart - Frank Murray
Hahn - Walter Christy
Camden Post-Telegram * August 19, 1925
Younger - Y.M.C.A
H. Stehr Jr.
Joseph Connell - John W. Golden
Charles T. Humes - Archie Riess
Walter A. Mertz - Engine Company 1
Everett Joslin - Joseph
McDonald - Vernon
Schucker - Harry
Wagner - Chris
Smith- could be David, George,
Roy, or Spencer William Rudd?
Motorcycle Sporting Club
Camden Evening Courier - July 13, 1926
Blachniak - Harold
Hibbs - Frank Whipple - Harry Whipple
|Camden Courier-Post - 1938|
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Pflederer - William Casler - Clifford
Carr - Joseph
Thomas Murphy - Stanley Krause - Stanley Geda - John Lenkowski
Calvin Hunsinger - George Mayo - Genova Cafe
Park Boulevard - Kaighn Avenue - South 9th Street - South 15th Street
Mickle Street - North 3rd Street Arch Street
Camden Courier-Post * February 28, 1938
Arrested on a Philadelphia-bound bus Saturday night, William Epstein, 35, of 1021 Clinton street, Philadelphia, is being held by local police for passing worthless checks in Camden, Collingswood and Bridgeton.
Bridgeton police notified City Detective Gus Pfleiderer that Epstein boarded a bus for Philadelphia after giving a worthless check for $25 to Mrs. Martha Bowen, a storekeeper, of 80 Commerce street, Bridgeton. Pfleiderer met the bus at Broadway and Market street at 7.30 p. m. and arrested Epstein.
Later Epstein was identified by Miss Eleanor Jaeckel, florist, of 3702 Westfield Avenue, as a man for whom she cashed a worthless check for $16.50 on February 19. Nathan Bushman, 201 Broadway, told police Epstein gave him one for $13.50 last week. Collingswood police notified Pfleiderer that Epstein passed a bad check for $10 last week on Arnold Weiss, merchant, of 700 Haddon avenue, Collingswood.
City Detective Harry Kyler said Epstein has served three years in the Eastern Peniteniary, Philadelphia, for the same offense.
Pfleiderer said Epstein admitted passing bad checks here.
October 29, 1940
Camden Courier-Post * October 9, 1944
North 22nd Street
Rev. Newton C. Conant
Peter B. Carter
Tennie G. Hutchison Jr.
George H. Hutchison
Camden Courier-Post * August 15, 1945
YOUTH ROBS SUITE IN APARTMENT HOUSE
A youthful thief with a: penchant for women's silk undies is being sought by police for the robbery of a suite in the Helene Apartments, Third and Cooper Streets.
The youth was seen by other occupants of the apartment house going down the Third Street fire escape but they did not realize he was a robber until Mrs. Jesse Farrow arrived home to find the apartment ransacked.
She told City Detective Pflederer yesterday that the thief took a light cowhide suitcase in which he packed women's clothing, six pairs of new nylon stockings, three nightgowns and a pair of pajamas..
|Camden Courier-Post - December 2, 1945|
Murphy - August Pflederer - Romeo deSanctis -
Mickey Quinn - Mitchell Sadowski
|Camden Courier-Post * April 5, 1952|
Murphy - George Wilmer - Liberty
Street - Earl Quinton - William
Kelly - William
Clifford Carr - William O'Brien - John Huston - August Pflederer - George Ellis - Marshall Thompson
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