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Old 08-27-2019, 05:47 PM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Dick Brannon Taken Into Custody 1896

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St. Joseph Observer May 27, 1922

WILLIAM YOUNG SLAYS ANDREW BANKS

William Young, sent up from this city for life in July of 1919, for shooting Bertha Walters in a rooming house at 523 South Eighth street, polished off a negro named Andrew Banks, also a convict, in the penitentiary at Jefferson City Wednesday afternoon. Young stabbed Banks with a pair of shears. Banks is dead.




Items Stolen In 1890 St. Louis

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Old 08-28-2019, 06:22 AM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Iron County Register August 20, 1914 Pg5

Joe Santogne, who carries the mail to the west end, was arrested last week charged with flourishing a gun at Adrian Reeves and some other parties he met in the road. The allegation is that Santogne ordered the parties out of the road and when they refused to go he pulled a gun. The case will be tried before Justice Rasche Friday.




Emmett Dalton's Ashes

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Old 08-28-2019, 10:25 AM
 
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Bob Ford Shot

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St. Louis Republic March 31, 1901 Pg7

THIEF SNATCHED WOMAN'S PURSE

Miss Lulu Clement of No. 4150 McPherson avenue was assaulted by a footpad Saturday afternoon in broad daylight, near her home. After a struggle the man snatched her purse and ran away, but was captured after a lively chase. He gave his name as James Corcoran.

Miss Clement was on her way home from shopping. At the southeast corner of Boyle avenue and Westminster Place she was accosted by a man who seized both her hands and demanded her purse. She struggled with him, but he finally succeeded in getting possession of the purse.

She cried for help and he ran east on McPherson avenue to Sarah street where he turned south. Several men were attracted to miss Clement's cries and gave chase. At the intersection of Laclede avenue he was grabbed by Patrolman John Hayes of the Eighth District, and placed under arrest.
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Old 08-28-2019, 02:38 PM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Holt County Sentinel (Oregon Mo) August 11, 1865 Pg2

Savannah, Mo.--We learn from Sheriff Owen that two men, stock dealers from Ohio, were arrested near this place a short time ago on a charge of passing counterfeit greenbacks. There was no counterfeit money found on their person. It seems that when arrested one of them had on his person seven counterfeit fifties, which he managed to throw under a barn where it was found a short time after the arrest.



Dick Liddell's Body

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Old 08-28-2019, 06:51 PM
 
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The Weekly Intelligencer (Lexington Mo) February 13, 1892 Pg3

KILLING AT SEDALIA

At Sedalia Tuesday, William Parmerlee, a lawyer, shot and instantly killed W.J. Condon, a Missouri Pacific brakeman. Parmerlee had been successful in a garnishment suit against Condon, which is supposed to have so angered the latter that the lawyer shot him to save his own life. Parmerlee surrendered to the sheriff and is in jail. There were no witnesses to the killing, but there are witnesses to testify that on Friday Condon threatened to kill the lawyer.






The Marshall Republican March 20, 1914

MORE BOOTLEGGERS CAUGHT

Deputy Sheriff John Riggins went to Nelson Saturday and made the arrest of five bootleggers: Dr. Lee Shuck, H.L. Sneed, Iva Canada, R.M. Sandidge and Will Jose.
Other Criminals Awaiting Trial:

Mary Booker----Bootlegging
Anderson Scott--Bootlegging
D.E. Hammond--Gaming
Shed and Robert Smith---Grand larceny
E.J. Bates---Obstructing highway
Beatrice Gray---Bootlegging
C.L. Brown---Assault with intent to kill
Mabel Thixton---Bootlegging
Adam Alspach---Grand larceny
Addie Johnson--Bootlegging
Casey Jones---Bootlegging
Penn R Benton--Murder
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Old 08-28-2019, 08:43 PM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Henry Lee Moore
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Mansfield Mirror (Wright Co) March 5, 1914

James A Benton and Willie Woods have been arrested for setting a net in violation of the Fish and Game Law. These arrests are the result of the visit of the Deputy Game Warden.
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Old 08-29-2019, 05:39 AM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Butler Weekly Times May 12, 1904 Pg4

SAYS HIS BROTHER DID IT

Joplin, Mo., May 9--James Horton, 17 years old, confessed yesterday that his brother Ollie Horton, was the murderer of J.H. Kennel, whose body was found in the woods near this city March 9. According to the lad's statement his brother killed Kennel with a coupling pin and robbed him of $300. The lad was present when the killing occurred and kept the matter a secret until put through a " sweating " when he told of the crime.
The boy directed the officers yesterday to the scene of the murder where a coupling pin was found. Ollie Horton, the alleged murderer, is under arrest. Kennel, the murdered man, was the stepfather of the Horton boys.





Reifsteck And Sims
1970s counterfeiters

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Old 08-29-2019, 08:26 AM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Claude Peters
1932 arsonist

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Fair Play (Ste Genevieve) October 22, 1892

MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE

W.D. McBride, the man who shot at John Manning and killed Miss Della Owen, at Joplin, several weeks ago, has been indicted for murder in the first degree. The special grand jury spent several days investigating the cause, and it is believed the indictment will hold.
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Old 08-29-2019, 02:50 PM
 
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Columbia Evening Missourian July1, 1921

WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN HOTEL

Kansas City. Jul 1---Police here today sought a man registered at a hotel as the husband of a woman found in bed with her skull fractured. The couple registered as Mr. and Mrs. John Allen, the man saying they came from Denver in a motor car.
Employees found the woman lying across the bed with her skull fractured. Physicians at general hospital believed that she died from poisoning and fractured her skull in the fall which followed.





The Farmington Times August 21, 1913 Pg2

THREE CONVICTS GAIN LIBERTY

Jefferson City.--Three convicts were paroled from the Missouri penitentiary and one escaped. The convicts paroled are: George Jackson of Randolph county, grand larceny, Ed Moran from St. Louis, grand larceny, Lee Rollins of St. Louis, 2nd degree murder. Moran and Rollins are negroes and have tuberculosis.




Ripley County Democrat (Doniphan Mo) November 27, 1908

John Smith, who stole W.L. Breit's horse from the hitch-rack in Savannah, October 1, plead guilty and was sentenced to 4 years in the penitentiary.
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Old 08-29-2019, 05:33 PM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Marble Hill Press September 15, 1910 Pg2

LONE BANDIT ROBS TRAIN

St. Louis, Mo.---Passenger train No. 15, on the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy railroad, known as the Coast express, which left Union Station at 9:01 pm for St. Joseph, Mo., and the west, was robbed at Union Station by a lone robber, who killed and threw overboard the flagman, J.M. Wine, held the conductor, shot at the train electrician, robbed three women passengers and escaped from the Pullman sleeper at Carr street and Terminal tracks.



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