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Old 10-29-2018, 05:14 PM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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LAUNDROMAT ROBBERIES










St. Peters, Missouri 2012

https://www.stltoday.com/suburban-jo...54e5ff2d5.html




Liberty, Missouri 2018

https://fox4kc.com/2018/01/08/northl...ent-break-ins/
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Old 10-29-2018, 08:03 PM
 
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MORE LAUNDROMAT ROBBERIES





O'Fallon, Missouri 2012

https://patch.com/missouri/ofallon/p...o-fallon-plaza





Louisiana, Missouri 2016

https://www.whig.com/article/20160125/ARTICLE/301259793#





Festus, Missouri 2017

https://www.myleaderpaper.com/news/p...6fc03be90.html
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Old 10-30-2018, 08:02 AM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Melvin Baughn (1836-1868)
Pony Express rider, horse thief, murderer

Missouri | ExecutedToday.com







Kansas City Journal December 6, 1897

TO INDICT PORCH CLIMBERS

Special Grand Jury will hear evidence against the trio of burglars today.
The first evidence to be placed before the grand jury which convenes today will be that against James Cullen, George Harcourt, alias McKee, and John Johnson, the porch-climbers who were arrested by the police Friday. Chief Hayes has arranged to have all the witnesses against the porch-climbers go before the grand jury and thinks indictments enough will be found against them to stow them away at Jefferson City for 10 years each. A few people called at police headquarters yesterday and had a look at the porch-climbers. They talked freely with all their visitors.
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Old 10-30-2018, 12:54 PM
 
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Earl Keeling (1903-1934)
Bank robber

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/...7/earl-keeling





https://journalstar.com/news/state-a...0195357cb.html
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Old 10-30-2018, 06:33 PM
 
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Kansas City Journal December 9, 1897

DESPERATE ROBBERS PATROL KANSAS CITY STREETS AFTER NIGHTFALL

Robbers patrolled the streets of Kansas City last night, armed and ready to murder citizens who refused to obey their command to stand and deliver. They invaded the little grocery store kept by Miss Emma Schumacher at Seventeenth and Campbell streets and shot her, it is thought fatally, because she refused to give up her little hoard.
In the deep shadows of Twelfth and Penn streets, two armed men met B.L. Easton. He attacked them with his cane and a bullet from one of the baffled freebooters whistled past his head so close that the powder burned his face.
An unsuccessful attempt was made to rob Herman Deil in his grocery store at 1215 Independence avenue but the thieves were frightened away. In the meantime, the police were kept busy searching for clues. The reports came in from such widely separated neighborhoods that the department was nonplussed.
Chief Hayes put his entire force of detectives at work last night and stayed at the station himself.
The chief thinks that Dignan, alias Ben Howard, who escaped from the workhouse yesterday afternoon and stole a buggy and horse at Twentieth and Vine streets to aid him in getting away, is one of the men who attempted the holdups on Independence avenue and Campbell street.
The police made five arrests immediately and locked up all the parties. They are:

Charles Norton
Thomas Hayes
Charles Copeland
Charles Wilson
Thomas Wilkes
The police say the men bear evil reputations, and that two of them, Norton and Hayes, are expert cracksmen. None of the men were armed when arrested.
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Old 10-30-2018, 10:50 PM
 
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Jeremiah "Doc" Standley (1845-1908)
b. Andrew County, Missouri
He moved with his family to California in 1853.
Was named deputy sheriff of Mendocino County. He solved a series of high-profile cases and apprehended several killers. He broke up the Frost-Coates feud and sent Isom Frost to prison. He became sheriff in 1882 and solved 13 of 14 stagecoach robberies that he investigated. After retiring, he moved to Alaska and prospected for gold. He served as Nome deputy sheriff.






John Trammell

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/c...022-story.html
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Old 10-31-2018, 06:51 AM
 
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Omaha Daily Bee December 18, 1913

AUTO USED BY DIAMOND BANDITS IS FOUND

Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 17.--The finding of the automobile used by the man and woman who held up the jewelry store of L. Goldman last night and after throwing acid in the face of George Goldman, son of the proprietor, escaped with $2,000 worth of diamonds, furnished the police a clue today in their search for the thieves. The car was found in an isolated part of the west side. It was identified as one stolen from in front of a downtown theatre 30 minutes before the Goldman robbery. Two of the bullets fired by Goldman at the escaping robbers had pierced the tonneau.
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Old 10-31-2018, 03:02 PM
 
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Omaha Daily Bee 1914

BANDIT ROBS JEWELRY STORE AT KANSAS CITY

Kansas City, Jan. 3---While he held 3 men, one of them a policeman, with a revolver, a robber ransacked the safe in the jewelry store of E.P. Ward last night and escaped with $150 in cash and $1,500 in diamonds and jewelry. The robbery occurred on a busy corner and dozens of people were nearby.
Ward, a customer, and John Brotherton, a policeman not in uniform, were ordered to put up their hands and the robber quickly helped himself to the safe.





Omaha Daily Bee January 25, 1914

ANOTHER ROBBER IS LANDED IN CITY JAIL

Detectives Murphy and Fleming arrived in Omaha last night with C.B. Rosaland, confessed member of the band of robbers, who murdered Henry E. Nickell in Hazel McVey's resort, and J.R. Brown, who is supposed to have served the bandits as a "fence", the second member of the band who has been captured. He made a full confession to the police last night, and was lodged in the city jail. Brown was arrested in Kansas City.
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Old 10-31-2018, 08:19 PM
 
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Cole Younger Downplays Life Of Crime

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/c...459-story.html
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Old 11-01-2018, 12:48 AM
 
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Outlaw History

https://www.missourilife.com/tag/outlaw-history/








Houston Daily Post (Texas) November 24, 1908

Cracksmen Loot Missouri Bank

Sedalia, Mo., Nov. 22.--The bank of Sweet Springs, at Sweet Springs, Salem County, Missouri, was robbed of $5600 in currency at 3 o'clock this morning by professional cracksmen, who blew open the vault with dynamite. The bank building was wrecked. Three men, supposed to be the robbers, were seen going east soon after the noise of the explosion aroused the town.
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