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Old 09-25-2018, 05:00 PM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Southeast Missourian January 3, 1950

CHAFFEE ROBBERS ESCAPE WITH $60

Chaffee, Jan. 3----Two young robbers held up the Coffee Cup café here Monday night and fled with $60, the Highway Patrol said today. One of the men was armed with a nickel-plated revolver. They executed the stickup shortly before 8:30 and made their getaway in a green Pontiac car, a model of the 1940s. They started south on Highway 55, the patrol said.
The No.1 subject, who was armed, was described as being between 17 and 20 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing 140 pounds, and wearing a dark blue turtleneck sweater.
No. 2 subject was also between 17 and 20 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches tall, and had on a checkered sport coat. Each was bareheaded.
The operator, Mrs. Helen Rush, was in the café alone. She said the two youths entered and ordered coffee, and were in the place for 20 minutes before they held it up.






Pawn Shop Burglary Suspect Caught In Jefferson City 2018

1 suspect caught after pawn shop burglary | Central MO Breaking News
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Old 09-26-2018, 06:57 AM
 
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St. Joseph Gazette January 4, 1910

SMASH WINDOW OF STORE GET JEWELS

Breaking the show window of the Leibowitz jewelry store, 513 Edmond Street, robbers yesterday morning secured about $200 worth of watches and diamond rings. The thieves smashed a hole in the window with some blunt instrument and made their escape. The police have no clue to the robbers.
It is thought that the window was broken a short time before the store was opened yesterday morning. Patrolman Turk was by the store on the rounds of his beat about 4 o'clock. The window was not broken at that time. Night Watchman Rogers was at the store at 5 o'clock in the morning and noticed nothing unusual. It is thought by the police that the robbers waited until the night watchman had visited the store and then followed directly behind him. Not all of the jewelry in the window was taken. A similar robbery was pulled off several months ago, the stolen diamonds being recovered in Kansas City later.
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Old 09-26-2018, 04:45 PM
 
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ST. JOSEPH NEWS-PRESS MARCH 5 1930


BANK OFFICERS ARRESTED

Hartville, Mo., Mar. 5.---Four officers and employees of the defunct Ryan Banking Company of Norwood, Mo., are free on bonds of $3,500 each following their arrest yesterday under indictments returned by a Wright County grand jury. They are charged with accepting deposits when the bank was known to be failing. The four are:
N.F. Graham, 72 years old, president
P.L. Connelly, cashier
Ray C. Raney, assistant cashier
Homer Chadill, bookkeeper





FORMER COP TO PRISON

St. Louis, Mar. 5.---Joseph O'Leary, 37 years old, a former policeman, last night was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment by a jury in Circuit Judge Hamilton's court which convicted him of manslaughter in connection with the fatal shooting of William Silvey, 26, an ex-convict, in a saloon here Sept. 27.
From the witness stand yesterday, O'Leary admitted for the first time he had shot Silvey, but pleaded self-defense.






SPRINGFIELD COPPER THIEF CAUGHT

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Old 09-27-2018, 06:51 AM
 
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ST. JOSEPH NEWS-PRESS JANUARY 25, 1910

Bandit Suspects Released

Jefferson City, Mo., Jan. 23---James Hartley and Gilbert McPherson, who were held on suspicion of complicity in the train robbery near Eureka, Mo., last Friday night,were released today. Both men gave alibis.






Sleeping Thief
Independence 2018

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ST.LOUIS POST DISPATCH NOVEMBER 30, 1938

Auto Thief Just Freed From Prison, Held Again

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Old 09-27-2018, 03:47 PM
 
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St. Joseph News-Press Jan. 29, 1910

MODERN ROBIN HOOD

Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 29--- A modern Robin Hood is plying his trade in Kansas City. When last seen he was disappearing with his band of two, into the woods on the east outskirts of the city after having robbed J.J. Landon, a trusted collector of a prominent local coal and grain company of $318 of the firm's money, and refusing to take $5 belonging to Landon personally.
The robbery occurred in a sparsely settled district. Landon, while driving along the road, was held up by three men, who, after relieving him of a wallet containing the firm's money, emphasized their demands for more booty by shoving a revolver in his face and ordering him to "shell out some more."
Landon produced a single $5 bill, protesting that it was his own property and was all the money he had on him. "Well, we don't want it then," was the surprising declaration of the spokesman. "We rob only the rich, keep it for your wife and kids."
The robbers then bound Landon to a tree and escaped. He managed to free himself and gave the alarm. A squad of mounted police scoured the woods but no trace of the highwaymen was found.





Audrain County Catches Wanted Man 2018

Suspect apprehended after long police pursuit - News - The Mexico Ledger - Mexico, MO - Mexico, MO
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Old 09-27-2018, 09:32 PM
 
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Albert Dudley lynched in 1916 for the murders of the Bernhardt and Muller families.

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Old 09-28-2018, 10:52 AM
 
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Riding With The Younger Brothers

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Jefferson City Shooting Suspect Caught 2018

Jefferson City shooting suspect caught | Fulton, Missouri News
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Old 09-28-2018, 02:36 PM
 
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Southeast Missourian January 11, 1930

BANK ROBBER SLAIN WHEN SURROUNDED

Rogersville, Mo., Jan. 11--- A man identified by insurance papers as E.E.A. Davis was shot to death late Friday by a posse chasing two men who robbed the bank of Rogersville of $981 at noon. The other, who said he is Leroy Burdick, 40, was held in the Webster county jail at Marshfield today.
On the dead man was found a portfolio containing $447, while in the woods nearby were two suitcases, badly burned in an attempt to destroy them, with charred remnants of women's apparel scattered about. The balance of the money stolen from the bank had not been recovered today.

SHOT 3 TIMES
The man made his stand in the center of a 20-acre stubble field where he raised to his knees to shoot it out. He was struck 3 times by members of the posse, one of the bullets piercing his forehead.
The body was brought here.
Burdick surrendered to Toaz Morris on the other side of some woods, where the two men hid before the approach of the posse. His companion had left the timber for the open field as the men surrounded them.
"Get me out of this as quick as you can" Burdick said to Morris.
"Go back and tell the other man to surrender" Morris advised him.
"He'd as soon shoot me as he would you" Burdick declared, and Morris took him by automobile to the Webster county jail.







Wellston Missouri Bank Robbery 2018

Suspect Wanted In North County Bank Hold Up - KTRS | St Louis News and Talk Radio | The Big 550 AM
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Old 09-28-2018, 07:48 PM
 
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Southeast Missourian February 8, 1930

3 HELD FOR ASSAULT

Potosi, Mo., Feb. 8----Three Desoto, Mo., men are held in connection with the serious beating of Jesse W. Bust when they looted his home and destroyed a telephone and radio January 26. According to Prosecuting Attorney Edward T. Eversole, the trio, Lilbourn Belleville, Archie Sullivan and Fred Salisbury have confessed.






Missouri Man Arrested For Trying To Derail An Amtrak Train 2018

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Old 09-28-2018, 11:46 PM
 
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On October 30, 1935, George Stoll, a 19 year old from St. Louis, robbed a streetcar motorman in Springfield, Illinois of $6 and some tokens. That was the last streetcar robbery in Springfield.





Former Missouri Postmaster Sentenced For Plotting Robbery

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