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Starett
Arthur V. Deutcsh  More Info

From the History of the New York Police Department 

The Society for the Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents, made a n application to the City Council for a grant of land for the proposed institution. The committee to whom the request was referred recommended "that the piece of ground lying at the junction of the Bloomingdale and Old Post roads, on which the U. S. Arsenal was situated, which was granted on the 17th of November, 1807, by the corporation to the General Government, upon the express condition and understanding that the same should be used for the purposes of an arsenal and deposit of military stores, and whenever it should cease to be used for such purposes, it was to revert to the corporation, should be conveyed to the board of managers of the Society, whenever they obtain from the General government conveyance of the interest they had in the grounds."

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Arthur Deutsch, a 23 year veteran of the New York Police Department published the crime novel “Starett.”  A late 1970s publication, one bookseller quoted from the book, “His business was death. Both the cops and the mafia called him one of their own.”

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