News: Neillsville, Wis. (18 Jul 1901)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon



Surnames: Hendricks, Clark, Langton, Sturdevant, Grow, Marsh, Dudley


----Source: The Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) July 18, 1901


Neillsville (July - 1901)


Harry Hendricks, Wm. Clark and Langton, the trio who are charged with having burglarized Nye, Lusk & Hudson’s safes at Thorp, and were captured at Eau Claire and jailed here, had a lively bout at law Saturday, their attorneys, J. R. & C. R. Sturdevant getting out a writ of habeas corpus before Court Commissioner C. F. Grow.  Evidence not seeming to warrant holding Hendricks and Clark, they were set free, but Dist. Attorney S. M. Marsh had them immediately rearrested on a warrant issued by Justice A. E. Dudley Saturday, and bound over for examination next Saturday, when new evidence is promised on the part of the state.



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