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Old 10-19-2018, 10:30 AM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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George Welsh (1913-1979)
Suspected of murdering his sister. Also was a suspect in the Black Dahlia murder case.

https://killerswithconscience.wordpr...-dorothy-welsh



https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/...-winston-welsh
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Old 10-19-2018, 03:21 PM
 
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The St. Louis Republic August 15, 1905

FOUR BOYS ARE ARRESTED WHILE STEALING POULTRY

Patrolmen Watch Youthful Quartet Enter Store And Capture Them As They Emerge With Chickens

Four boys, ranging in age from 9-15 years, were caught stealing chickens last night by police of the Fourth District and are held at the station pending warrants.
The boys are Eddie Schen, 15 years old, of No. 1850 Cass avenue: John and Henry Dralle, 9 and 12 years old respectively, of No. 408 South Fourth street, and Frank Bolte, 15 years old, of No. 1912 North Eleventh street.
The boys stole the fowls from the St. Louis Game and Poultry Company, No. 804 North Third street. They effected an entrance by climbing the fence in the rear of the store, getting to a low roof and then dropping down through the skylight.
The patrolmen were aware of the fact that the boys were in the store and did not disturb them, waiting until they reached the street with the birds. They were then arrested and taken to the station, together with 3 chickens, which will be held as evidence.




Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder's Car Stolen, Torched 2011

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Old 10-19-2018, 08:30 PM
 
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Jacob Belts
He stabbed a man in front of a Hannibal hotel in 1910.

History in Hannibal: Former hotel the site of a grisly murder - News - Hannibal Courier - Post - Hannibal, MO - Hannibal, MO
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Old 10-20-2018, 12:05 AM
 
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Ambrose Coe
He killed Abbie Summers in Pike county in 1870.

http://www.hannibal.net/article/20141030/news/141039938



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Old 10-20-2018, 07:24 AM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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The Cape Girardeau Democrat July 8, 1893

WOULD NOT BELIEVE HIS STORY

B. L. Brasier, A Jerico Cedar County Banker Is In Trouble

He claims that robbers came to his house, compelled him to go to the bank, open it, but he told them the banker's safe was operated by a time-lock. He was then escorted to his home by the robbers, who told him to keep quiet or they would kill him. He lowered his wife out of a window, and she aroused the neighbors, who went to the bank.
A pile of papers was found smoldering on the floor. The depositors requested Mr. Brasier to open the safe and ascertain what had been taken by the robbers. This he refused to do, stating that he did not wish to make any examination until the return of A. A. Pyle, the bank's president, who was then and nearly all day away from Jerico. Creditors became suspicious that the robbery was only a ruse to cover some shortage of the bank, and before night the officers of the bank were all under arrest, charged with fraud.





Thieves Make Off With Aluminum Roof And Walls Of Old Building In Columbia 2014

Thieves make off with old building's aluminum roof, walls - News - Columbia Daily Tribune - Columbia, MO
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Old 10-20-2018, 01:13 PM
 
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St. Louis Republic July 31, 1905

HIS KEEN HEARING BALKS BURGLARY

Marcus Gersiner's keen hearing saved him from losing $33.52, which is held as evidence against Frank Gartland, a prisoner at the Second District Police Station, who is charged with burglary and larceny.
Gersiner was in a room above the store shortly before Saturday midnight, when he heard the bell of his cash drawer ring. Without a moment's hesitation he ran downstairs to see who was tampering with his drawer. He was not surprised to find the door open and rushed inside.
At first he could see nothing. The place was as dark as it was when he locked up for the night, but that did not satisfy him. He turned on the light and began a search of the place for the burglar.
Crouched behind one of the counters he found Frank Gartland, 16 years old, of No. 2451 Kosciusko street. He grabbed the boy by the coat collar and pulled him out. The intruder struggled with him for a few minutes, but seeing that Gersiner meant business he submitted to arrest.
Gersiner sent out for a policeman, and Private Watchman Kellner and Policeman Fogarty of the Second District responded. They placed Gartland under arrest and took him to the Wyoming street police station. When the police searched him they found $33.52 in his pockets, which they declare was identified by Gersiner as having been stolen from his cash drawer. Gartland got in through an insecure door. The cash drawer was opened with a duplicate key. A warrant charging burglary and larceny will be applied for this morning.
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Old 10-20-2018, 06:16 PM
 
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The Joplin Globe January 21, 1947

BURGLARS ROUTED BY GIRL WITH A GUN

Lanagan, Mo., Jan. 20.---- Miss Ruth Johnson, 23 years old, an employee at the Olager Blue Liquor Store, saved her employer 10 cases of whisky and frightened away two burglars early yesterday with a blast from a 12-guage shotgun.
Miss Johnson, living next door to the liquor store, heard the burglars at the store and awoke in time to take a shot at the men. The two burglars fled in a motor car, leaving behind nine cases of liquor that had been stacked outside and another case in the doorway of the store.
The men were arrested at Pryor, Okla., today, Prosecuting Attorney James Paul said, and have been charged with the burglary. They gave the names of Houston Humble, 43, a former taxi driver, and Jack Spain, 21. They refused to waive extradition and return to Missouri.
Miss Johnson went to Pryor today and identified the men as the ones she frightened away from the store. James Paul will launch extradition proceedings.





School Without Power Because Of Copper Thieves 2018

https://fox2now.com/2018/05/31/rockw...-steal-copper/
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:26 PM
 
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Johnny Reid (1890-1926)
b. Kansas City
An Egan Rat. He survived getting shot 4 times in the head. Hard to tell if that picture of him was before or after the shooting.

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/...7/john-h.-reid





St. Louis Republic August 4, 1905

ONE OF BURGLAR GANG CONFESSES 300 ROBBERIES

Edward Burthardt, who was arrested Tuesday evening by Patrolman McDermott of the Fourth District, says that he knows the details of 300 burglaries committed in St. Louis the past year.
He implicates Frank Butterall, 23 years old, of No. 2715 Kenneth avenue, John Casey, 23 years old, of No. 4952 De Soto avenue, and Edward Brown, of No. 1308 Morgan street, in whose house the men were arrested.
Burthardt, according to the police, talked freely after being sweated, and confessed to almost every implicating question asked. After a time, however, he closed up and said that if guaranteed his release he would tell of more than 300 burglaries which had been committed by the gang within two months or less.
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Old 10-21-2018, 07:08 AM
 
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Missouri Homeowner Finds Burglar Taking A Shower, Preparing Snacks In His House

https://www.riverfronttimes.com/news...s-in-his-house
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Old 10-21-2018, 01:22 PM
 
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Fire Station Burglary 2016

CEDARCREEK FIRE STATION BURGLARY NETS CONSECUTIVE SENTENCE FOR JAKE COMBS | TANEY COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY







St. Louis Republic August 26, 1905

PARDON FOR PRISONER WHO STOLE A NICKEL

Jefferson City, Mo., Aug. 25.---Governor Folk this evening ordered the pardon of John Henley of St. Louis, who is serving a two-year sentence for stealing a nickel.
Henley has been in the penitentiary since last January, and has made a good prisoner. He was charged with looting another man's pockets and securing therefrom the sum of 5 cents. He was so drunk at the time that he did not know it and was too drunk to get away from the scene of the robbery.
He got into his trouble through whisky and the governor pardoned him upon the condition that he abstain from the use of intoxicants in the future.
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