Daryl F. Gates

Gates, left, and LAPD Lt. Robert Helder, right, meet with Gov. Ronald Reagan in Sacramento in  1973 after a news conference in which Reagan offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the assailants who shot and killed LAPD Officer Fred Early in 1972.<br>
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( Associated Press / August 14, 1973 )

Gates, left, and LAPD Lt. Robert Helder, right, meet with Gov. Ronald Reagan in Sacramento in 1973 after a news conference in which Reagan offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the assailants who shot and killed LAPD Officer Fred Early in 1972.

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