After he escaped john tried to rescues his friends from prison. On his first jail break john Dillinger broke 10 of his former prison mates from the Indiana state jail. John Dillinger went to jail right before he got them out. He gave the prisoners guns and they got him out of jail too. During the jail break the prisoners killed the sheriff.
❑ Haywood Patterson was given 75 years in prison. In 1948, he escaped and was caught in 1950, but the state of Michigan wouldn’t extradite him to Alabama. ❑ Charlie Weems received 75 years and Andy Wright got 99 years. ❑ Ozzie Powell stabbed a deputy and was shot in the head. He survived, but was given 20 years for the stabbing.
Samantha Smith 4 November 2011 King of Drugs News Head line: A drug dealer in the far south was murdered last week at the Hampton inn at 43rd and prospect. His name was Yeager a 24 year old man left for dead in his hotel room after a fight broke loose over drugs; I suppose you could call it a drug deal gone bad. I’ll tell you a little more about this story. Yeager was selling drugs to this kid named Ghandi about 2-3 times a week he was ripping him off real bad. He bought drugs only through Yeager for a long time cause he didn’t know anyone else.
After he disappeared, his well-kept secrets began to come to light. My father was a rolling stone and combined, he had a total of 18 children, not including my dead sister. My mother had no clue, as to my father’s whereabouts so she was forced to work full-time to provide for us. Her mother moved in with us to take care of me and Eric, while she was at work. When Eric was 11, he was “allegedly” killed and hanged by two white men.
Hatcher claimed to be the most notorious criminal in northwest Missouri since Jesse James. Hatcher tried to seek psychiatric treatment while in prison; however the prison denied the request thinking it was a scheme to get out of prison early. Hatcher was from a small town in Missouri that was the youngest of four children. An abusive alcoholic and ex-convict for a father he was bullied in school, which lead to Hatcher causing pain to his fellow classmates. “In the spring of 1935, he and his older brothers were flying a kite with copper wire they had found in an old Model T Ford.
This house was a shot gun house, you could fire a gun from the front door and it goes straight through the back door not hitting anything. On January 8, 1935 Gladys delivered a stillborn son named Jesse Garon the 35 minutes later Elvis Aron was born. The new parents were unable to pay the doctors bill, so he collected welfare. By the time Elvis was three his father was sent to prison for forgery. He pled guilty and sentenced to three years at Parchment Farms Penitentiary.
“ I worked seven day a week at one or both of my jobs,” Tamarla Owens tells Insight. The boy’s father, Dedric Owens, was serving time in the county jail when his son took tat loaded gun to school. Dedric reportedly said that when he heard there had been a school shooting he knew the shooter was his boy. The father had been on parole since December 1999 but had been rearrested the Sunday. Little Kayla was killed by her classmate in Flint, Michigan.
On January 29, 1998, Rudolph used a radio-controlled nail bomb at the New Woman All Women Health Care Centre in Birmingham, Alabama. (Noe, 2012) Eric Robert Rudolph was arrested on May 31, 2003 without incident in his hometown of Murphy, NC. He had been on the run from law enforcement officials and on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List for almost five years. “Rudolph pled guilty to the bombings at Olympic Park, the gay bar and the two abortion clinics - one in Atlanta, GA, and the other in Birmingham, AL - as well as two murders resulting from these bombings. The incidents took place from
William Petit Jr., was the sole survivor of a vicious attack on his family. Steven J. Hayes and Joshua Komisarjevsky broke into the Petits’ home through a cellar door. They raped, tortured and murdered Dr. Petits’ wife and two daughters with the intent to murder Dr. Petit as well. In this case I think most would agree these two criminals deserve punishment without parole, but I would like to add that both Hayes, and Komisarjevsky were already on parole at the time. Both men had spent many years behind bars, and were incarcerated and paroled multiple times.
They pegged him as the ring leader in a string of robberies in East Contra Costa County. He’s facing 25-30 years in prison before he is 18. I asked myself why? When our program was open he was doing great! When it shut down, no more than 3 years later, he is in prison.