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Old 04-03-2020, 03:48 PM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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The Mansfield Mirror (Wright County) December 23, 1915

City Marshal Roe Strong has received word to be on the lookout for two men who broke jail at Ozark.






St. Joseph Observer December 2, 1922

BRAMSON HELD UP BY LONE ROBBER

When A.H. Bramson, a merchant at 422 Edmond street, turned around from one of his shelves where he was taking down some goods to show a customer Tuesday morning, he found himself looking into the muzzle of a big gun which the customer had trained down to a dangerous line with Bramson's bread basket.
The robber then danced Bramson back to the safe at the rear of the store, made him produce $100 from it and then $50 from the cash register, after which he faded away in the alley, as a telegraph boy rattled the front door.
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Old 04-03-2020, 08:02 PM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Coat And Poodle Stolen 1915

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The Holt County Sentinel (Oregon, Mo) September 6, 1867

The Lexington Register of the 15th, relates that as Mr. Thomas Tebbs and Phares Hammonds, deputy sheriffs, were standing opposite the city hotel steps, they were very unceremoniously attacked by three or four men armed with revolvers.
Mr. Tebbs sprang into the street and prepared for action. Mr. Hammonds, not being armed at the time, procured arms and returned to the pavement. Major Ryland and the police appeared, and with the aid of citizens prevented the threatened disaster. The reason for the occurrence is not known.
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Old 04-04-2020, 03:32 AM
 
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Marble Hill Press June 15, 1911 Pg3

HADLEY PAROLES TWO CONVICTS

Jefferson City.-- Gov. Hadley paroled James Sullivan of Randolph county and Joseph Perrin of Jackson county. Both were young men and sentenced for two years each. Sullivan was convicted in Randolph county of stealing fishing tackle in May 1910.




The State Journal (Jefferson City) September 4, 1874 Pg2

The James and Younger boys have had another ratification meeting. This time between Carrollton and Waverly.
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Old 04-04-2020, 09:29 AM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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University Missourian (Columbia) November 14, 1912

FINED FOR FIGHT ON BROADWAY

Thomas Dodson, a carpenter, pleaded guilty to a charge of disturbing the peace and fighting and was fined $10 and costs in police court this morning. The fight occurred about 8:30 on Broadway near Eighth street.
Dodson, it is alleged, attacked T.C. Scruggs, a contractor, with a pair of brass "knucks." Thereupon Scruggs grabbed a cane from R.H. Smith, who was standing near, and broke it over Dodson's head. The men were arrested by J.L. Whitesides, chief of police. Dodson admitted that he had started the trouble. The quarrel began over a lumber bill that Dodson failed to pay.




Carrollton Democrat February 13, 1898

Everett W. and Frank C. are under arrest, charged with playing cards on Sunday and breaking the lock on the Bogard schoolhouse.
Their case was set for trial before Squire Walker Friday, but they took a change of venue to Carrollton before Squire Buchanan who set the trial for Thursday, February 24.
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Old 04-04-2020, 03:11 PM
 
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Martin Paulsgrove shot and killed his sweetheart, Mary Newman, a school teacher, on January 18, 1904, in Andrew county.
He was declared insane and sent to the lunatic asylum at Fulton. He escaped and was at large four years until he was captured and sent to the penitentiary.





The Weekly Intelligencer (Lexington, Mo) June 16, 1894 Pg3

Charles Hackaday, charged with grand larceny, was bound over in the sum of $300 by Squire White, of Mayview.
Squire Harwood, of Dover, bound over Dillard Moses, in the sum of $500, he also fined Charles Stanford $5 and costs for assault.
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Old 04-04-2020, 07:05 PM
 
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Ripley County Democrat (Doniphan, Mo) August 24, 1906

HOTEL GUEST DRUGGED AND ROBBED

St. Louis, Aug 8--- Drugged and robbed, and then dumped into a vacant lot, like old rubbish, Charles Durand, stranger from Texarkana, Tex., owes his life to the timely arrival of Patrolmen Liedke and Rogers, Eighth district.
Acting on description, detectives are seeking two women and a man who administered the "knockout drops" to Durand, relieving him of a watch worth $100 and $30 in cash.




Sedalia Weekly Bazoo March 4, 1884 Pg3

Newton Monday, charged with assaulting Jim Quinn, some days ago, pleaded guilty and was fined $1.
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Old 04-04-2020, 10:32 PM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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State Trooper Chases Junk Yard Operator 1969

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The Butler Weekly Times January 26, 1905

BOWERS SENTENCED FOR LIFE

Joplin, Mo., Jan 22--- Elmer Bowers, 30 years old, entered a plea of guilty to murder in the second degree before Howard Gray today. He was sentenced to life imprisonment in the state penitentiary.
Bowers shot and killed D.L. Wildrick and E.E. Crawford at the mill of the Independence Powder Company, east of Joplin last March.
He said they accused him of stealing money from the company. He also fired several shots at Herbert Talley, the assistant superintendent.
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Old 04-05-2020, 05:25 AM
 
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The Butler Weekly Times February 2, 1905

MAFIA IN KANSAS CITY

" I am positive Kansas City has a Black Mafia society and believe that the organization is responsible for a number of murders that have not been solved. I feel certain that the local organization is but a branch of the societies in New York, New Orleans and Chicago, which the police of those cities have been powerless to suppress. The local department today declares war on the Black Mafia. "

John Hayes, chief of police






Jeweler Fires At Escaping Bandits 1949

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Old 04-05-2020, 08:36 AM
 
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The Butler Weekly Times February 2, 1905

TAKEN TO KANSAS CITY JAIL

Kansas City, Mo., Jan 30--- Mrs. Ida Perdue, 28 years old, and Hannibal Connors, 30 years old, her half-brother, charged with the murder of the woman's husband, Dr. Emmett Perdue, at her home at Richmond, Mo., have been brought here and placed in the county jail for safekeeping, the sheriff at Richmond fearing that an attempt might be made to lynch them.
Dr. Perdue was shot and killed while in bed. Mrs. Perdue says he committed suicide. Connors went to Richmond the day before the murder and swore out a warrant for the physician's arrest charging him with threatening to kill Mrs. Perdue and their three children. The doctor and Mrs. Perdue had been separated.




William Shaffer Killed Lloyd McKee 1891

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Old 04-05-2020, 12:48 PM
 
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Some Kansas City Robberies In 1896

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The Ripley County Democrat (Doniphan, Mo) August 24, 1906

BEGIN TRIAL OF MOB LEADERS

Springfield, Mo., Aug 8--- The trial of the lynching cases was begun in the Green County Circuit Court here, the defendants awaiting trial being Galbraith, charged with murder in the first degree, and Gooch and Haecker.
Assistant Attorney General John Kennish began the interrogation of witnesses as to what their testimony would be in these cases.
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