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Old 03-08-2015, 09:08 PM
 
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BUSHWHACKING & BANK ROBBERY IN LAFAYETTE COUNTY MISSOURI

History of Freedom Township, Lafayette County, MO - Page 03



JAILER MURDERED IN HOWELL COUNTY MISSOURI JANUARY 19, 1900

Howell County MoGenWeb -Newspaper Article



CHARLES MARTIN AND THE SHERIDAN MISSOURI BANK ROBBERY ON FEBRUARY 15, 1898

Historic Nebraska Mug Shots, Charles Martin
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Old 03-08-2015, 11:17 PM
 
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George Ebelling and William W.Lowe robbed the Missouri Pacific passenger train near Glencoe,Missouri on January 21,1910. Their take was $400,00 in registered mail.


On October 20,1900 seven masked men dynamited the safe of the Farmers Bank in Bronaugh,Missouri. They killed Marshal Morren and got away with $1,025.


William Halt of St.Louis showed up at a deadly train wreck and began robbing the dead and dying.

Sulphur Springs Train Wreck 1922
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Old 03-09-2015, 12:47 AM
 
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CHILLICOTHE MORNING CONSTITUTION (MISSOURI)

JULY 20,1912

IMPORTANT ARRESTS MADE AT ST.LOUIS. FIVE MEN ARE CHARGED WITH ROBBING SEVERAL POST OFFICES IN MISSOURI.

Five men suspected by local postal authorities of having blown numerous safes and terrorizing the residents of many Missouri villages for the past two months were arrested yesterday and brought to St.Louis. Post Office Inspector A.D Bunsen who caused the arrests declares that the gang is a dangerous one.They have blown many post office safes escaping with hundreds of dollars and has terrorized Railroad Detectives and Sheriffs in many parts of the state. The men are specifically charged with robbing the Post Office at Pevely,Jefferson County Missouri on May 17 and the safe at Pendleton, Warren County Missouri on April 21. They were held on $2500 bond each. They are; Frank Cole,Flat River Missouri, Clarence Marler, Bonne Terre,Missouri, Riley,Louis and Arthur Thurman of Flat River,Missouri. Inspector Bunsen Charges that the men are representatives of an outlaw gang that has terrorized residents of the southern portion of the state for many years and have been implicated in many robberies. He states that in two of the robberies the gang removed the safes from Post Offices and carried them several blocks away where they were blown and looted. The men deny they are guilty and a hearing is set for next Monday.
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Old 03-09-2015, 10:46 AM
 
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STE GENEVIEVE BANK ROBBERY MAY 27TH 1873

Station 2 Cafe - Ste. Genevieve, MO



HENRY AND LEWIS ORRICK
Iron County,Missouri outlaws 1880s

Famous and Infamous Orricks



PRINCETON MISSOURI 1914
Night Watchman Henry Cisco was killed by Byrd Jones,Frank Rollins and Charles Bryan who were burglarizing The Casteel Bros. Store.
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Old 03-09-2015, 01:41 PM
 
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WILLIAM J.ROSS
Kansas city,Missouri
He was a burglar who killed a Los Angeles police officer in 1907.

May, Clyde A. - Los Angeles Police Department



ESCAPES FROM MISSOURI STATE PENITENTIARY

Escapes & Escapees | Missouri State Penitentiary



RAILROAD ROBBERS OF THE OLD WEST

Railroad Police Criminal Page
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Old 03-09-2015, 08:17 PM
 
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You can find these stories and others on this website;( " SHOW-ME " WARRENSBURG & JOHNSON COUNTY,MO. )

1907 June 29 Murder in Bristle Ridge,Missouri
Woman cuts throat of sister-in-law with butcher knife.

First martyr of the civil war
Marsh Foster killed in Missouri Feb 18, 1861

Post office robbery
Jan 12,1861 Warrensburg, Johnson Co. Missouri

1870 Bank robbery Richmond Missouri

Shooting at local brothel Aug 2, 1878 Knob Noster, Missouri

Vigilantes lynch Jeff Collins 1878

Hamiltons kill Carl Steidle at Warrensburg Train Depot Mar 31,1884

8 people dead and hundreds injured after drinking poison lemonade at picnic in Warrensburg July 1881.
Lemonade vendor arrested. (I can't find any updates to this story so I'm not sure how legit it is.)
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Old 03-10-2015, 08:24 AM
 
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1919 POLICE SHOOTOUT WITH ARMED ROBBERS IN ST.LOUIS

Lieutenant William J. Smith, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, Missouri



ST.LOUIS POLICE OFFICER KILLED IN 1932 SHOOTOUT

Missouri Law Enforcement Memorial



ST.JOSEPH MISSOURI SHOOTINGS

May 13 1919 Officer Charles Hensley shot and killed by burglar John Howard.

OCT 26 1921 Robbery suspect Carlos Henderson kills two cops before dying himself of gunshot wounds.

APR 4 1926 Police officer Walter A.Wood was shot and killed in front of Beno Pool Hall by unknown.

MAR 18 1944 Police officer Alva N.Mead was killed in a gun battle with 16 year old burglary suspect Neil Edward Nolan.

St. Joseph Police Department, Missouri, Fallen Officers
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Old 03-10-2015, 04:17 PM
 
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CHARLEY HARRISON
St.Louis
Not an outlaw,he was a professional gambler who had been in a few gunfights.
Bat Masterson said he was the most expert man he ever saw with a pistol.
He still ended up getting shot to death in a gunfight on March 9,1877 in Cheyenne.



DALE JONES AND MARIE CELANO
Bank robbers and killers.

Before Bonnie and Clyde, There Was Marie and Dale - Los Angeles Magazine



MORE ON THE LEWIS-JONES GANG (Check out the bullet holes in that old heep)

Notorious gang rides through local history | Tri-Lakes Tribune
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Old 03-10-2015, 09:56 PM
 
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JOHN OSCAR TURLINGTON
Outlaw
He was hanged Mar 6 1891 for killing Boonville Missouri Sheriff.



KINCH WEST (1842-1896)
Dade County,missouri
Outlaw

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb....ges/Kinch.html
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Old 03-11-2015, 01:34 AM
 
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BENJAMIN CRAWFORD 1896-1930
Missouri
Was sentenced 10-25 years for robbery.
Died in the 1930 Ohio prison fire that killed over 300 inmates.


EDWARD MEADOWS 1896-1930
Kansas City,Missouri
Was sentenced 10-25 years for robbery.
Died in the 1930 Ohio prison fire.


AUGUST 31,1891
The Corder bank of Higginsville Missouri
was robbed by three masked men with Winchesters.
They got $690.00 and rode off on horseback.



TALTON B SCOTT 1851-?
Plattsburgh, Missouri
Stagecoach robber.

https://localwiki.org/boise/Talton_B._Scott
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