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Old 10-03-2018, 11:00 PM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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DEFEAT OF JESSE JAMES DAYS
The Northfield raid has become one of Minnesota's largest annual festivals.

Northfield's 'Defeat of Jesse James': Last gasp of the civil war - StarTribune.com







Two men killed each other in a gunfight in Cape Girardeau 2018

https://www.semissourian.com/story/2497450.html
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Old 10-04-2018, 03:42 PM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Man Steals Kansas City Cop Car 2018

https://www.kansascity.com/news/loca...217440640.html







Cape Girardeau Missouri Feb. 10, 1930

John Lando, proprietor of a shoe store on South Spring street, was arrested at his home shortly after midnight, and he was in jail today facing charges of feloniously accepting and buying stolen property.
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Old 10-04-2018, 09:13 PM
 
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Southeast Missourian April 4, 1950

CONFESSED BANK ROBBER ADMITS HOLDUP OF STORE, IMPLICATES TWO OTHERS

Thurman Abbott, 27, Dexter construction worker charged with participation in the Feb. 21 armed robbery of the Bank of Gordonville, has admitted taking part in the robbery of the Tony Seabaugh store near Sedgewickville, Feb. 6, and in an oral statement before authorities implicated two other men also held in the bank holdup. Abbott's statement implicated Clarence Maddox, 35, and Paul Christian, 20. They were identified by Mr. and Mrs. Tony Seabaugh as the two who robbed them and store patrons of more than $400.




Missouri Man Arrested For Mooning Police 2018

https://fox2now.com/2018/06/15/misso...ooning-police/






Southeast Missourian Feb. 10, 1950

ACCUSED OF TAX EVASION

Kansas City. Feb. 10---Ford Barnes, 42, Springfield bus line operator, was indicted today by a federal grand jury on a charge of income tax evasion.
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Old 10-05-2018, 12:02 AM
 
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The Doppelganger Case

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/30/u...ard-jones.html




They say everyone has a twin somewhere.
I hope mine is not out committing crimes.
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Old 10-05-2018, 06:43 AM
 
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The Real Story Of Calamity Jane

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Old 10-05-2018, 01:03 PM
 
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Southeast Missourian Feb. 7, 1930

ST.LOUISAN IS SLAIN IN CLASH AT TAMPA, FLA
"Carnation Kid" And Associates Resist Arrest

Tampa, Fla., Feb. 7---Weldon G. Peoples, identified by authorities as the "Carnation Kid" of St. Louis, was shot to death here last night in a pistol battle with Sheriff R.T. Jougbin and a party of deputies who attempted to arrest him for questioning.
Peoples, who held a gun in each hand, and two companions opened fire as the officers entered a resort on the outskirts of the city. A card found on Peoples gave his address as 402 West C. street, Joplin, Mo.
His companions said they were L.E. Roulanger and J.J. Carroll, both of Kansas City. They were held in jail together with Richard V. Green of Toledo and M.S. Braham, alias Mason, of Richmond, Va., two others arrested in downtown hotels as friends of Peoples.
Authorities said Peoples came here from Hopkinsville, Ky. Peoples was wounded fatally by a bullet which struck him in the head. Neither the sheriff or any of his deputies were injured. Jougbin went to the house after receiving information that several gunmen had arrived here for a series of "big jobs."






Missouri Man Arrested In Arizona Transporting 178 Pounds Of Marijuana 2018

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Old 10-06-2018, 06:29 AM
 
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St. Joseph Gazette Sept. 17, 1898

POSTOFFICE ROBBERY

Samuel Phipps of Pollock, Mo. charged with robbing Clearry postoffice. The defendant arraigned before commissioner.






Two Missouri Men Rob House Set Woman On Fire

https://wreg.com/2018/06/05/police-t...uring-robbery/
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Old 10-06-2018, 01:18 PM
 
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St. Joseph News-Press Apr. 9, 1920

HUNTING TRAIN BANDIT

Lone Robber Rifles Mail Car Near Kansas City

Kansas City, Mo., Apr. 9-----Federal, state and city authorities were searching Kansas City and surrounding areas today for a well-dressed man who last night boarded an Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe mail car at Henrietta, Mo., tied the 4 mail clerks, rifled the car and escaped as the train reached Sheffield, an industrial suburb of Kansas City.
The train was bound from Chicago to Kansas City. Henrietta is a junction, 35 miles east of here.
Postal officials today declined to make any statement regarding the amount obtained by the robber, asserting they had not completed their check of the contents of the car. Night employees of the post-office said the train had been carrying considerable amounts of bonds and currency the last few nights.
The robber compelled the clerk in charge to tie the other clerks with a cord. After ascertaining the knots were secure he tied up the last clerk and robbed the car. The robbery was not discovered until the train reached Kansas City and the clerks were found. " The first we knew of the presence of the bandit was when we turned and faced an automatic pistol," said the clerk.
The man wore a handkerchief mask over the lower part of his face. He was of medium build, about 28 or 30 years of age, dark and well dressed.
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Old 10-06-2018, 08:23 PM
 
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Marthasville News Jan. 7, 1897

ONE WAY TO RAISE MONEY

W.W. Wallace, alias Sam Arnett, has been arrested at Sedalia, charged with having raised a $1 bill to a $10 bill at Neosho.

POST OFFICE ROBBED

Safe-blowers robbed the post office at Collins, St. Clair county, of $300 worth of stamps.


BURGLARS IN A BANK

Burglars broke into the vault of the Bank of Alma, at Alma, Lafayette county, and secured $1,800. They left $200 in currency and a sack containing $200 in silver on the floor.
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Old 10-07-2018, 07:03 AM
 
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The Albany Capital (Albany, Mo.) May 17, 1923

HAD POCKETS PICKED

Gordon Murray and Stanley Robertson, two of the seniors taking part in the class play, had their pockets picked last Friday evening during the performance. Someone entered the dressing rooms and relieved them of the change they had in the pockets of their street clothes. The dressing rooms are in the basement and it was a very easy job for some miscreant to slip in and go through the boys' pockets while they were absorbed in the movement of the play on the floor above.





Kansas City Journal Feb. 20, 1897

MISSOURI FARMER SLAIN

Lebanon, Mo., Feb. 19.---Joseph Worley, a farmer, who lived 2 and a half miles from Eldredge, was murdered at 7 o'clock tonight. His assailant, who appears to have lain in ambush, fired a charge of buckshot into Worley's side. The man fell, fatally wounded, but, in order to make sure of his work, the assassin seems to have deliberately driven a large wire nail into the victim's brain. There is no reliable clue to the perpetrator, and the manner of the assassination can only be surmised from the conditions found.
The report of a gun was heard at 7 o'clock. A pool of blood was found near the barn door, but the body was 100 yards away. A wire nail had been driven into the brain. It is thought Worley was shot as he entered the barn, and when he revived and attempted to crawl to the house, the work was completed with the nail and a rock.






Marthasville News April 29, 1897

HAD WOODEN KEYS

St. Joseph, Mo.,----Charles May, a murderer, and Al Davis, a prisoner from Atchison county, were found to have wooden keys that would open every cell. A hole had been dug through the roof, and by cutting through a thin sheet of iron, all prisoners could have found a road to liberty.
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