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Breul ’86 Featured in Washington Post for Caring for National Artifacts

Washington, D.C. Police Sgt. Nick Breul is the part-time curator of the department's museum, which houses artifacts such as the arrest logbook that contains the names of the Watergate burglars and the application form of patrolman Patrick Kearney, the officer responsible for capturing the assassin of President James A. Garfield in 1881.

Breul was featured in the Nov. 21 Washington Post article ” At D.C. Police Museum, Pieces of National History.” He spends much of his time searching for the records, reports, photographs, badges and other items that have vanished from the department over the years — including a logbook that describes police work on the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.

Breul is a member of the Hobart Class of 1986.