Yvonne Stuteville Robbed
ONE GYPSY’ i S ~ UNDER ARREST OFFICERS FIND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF COINS IN AUTOMOBILES Following a thorough search «f two .'uitomobile , h new (,)!d - niobi Ie sednn and a Chevrolet pane! truck. pro¡)( rty of Ifi (¡yp.sie-i arre><ted here in (i>nnection with the robbery of a Sh<‘rniun woman of $2,-100, officers were able to locate only $100 in large bills »nd about $U)0 in mutilated gold and silver coins. George Hi< h. one of (he (iyp;y men, was leturned io Hobbs, N, M,, where the roobery of .Miss Y'unne Stute ville. Shernian arti t, is reported to hiiV'- iiccurred when .she went into an antiijue .hop lo have a sum of money "blesvd'’ by (he (iypsies. Ki< h was returned hy .Sheriff W'. Kerley, of Hobb.'^. 'Ihe other (;yp^¡e'■•, one man and four women and 10 children, were re- lea:u-d from (he Wilbarger ('ounly jail Monday nighi, «nrl indicated that they would follow' Kich to Hobbs, Ufficer“, are still searching for a Gypsy reported to be driving a Ite Koto automobile, The examination of the Gypsy'a jHdjjfcrty revealed that among the ef- f<‘cts of the group were a largo number of gold coins, all pierced for at' tachment to clothing, u number of gold rings, everal of which were .set with jewelri, gold watches and watcii chain , a .-earlet “(i;rpsy vest" ornamented with iilver an>l gold coin.s, jrold earrings of unique design, a number of silver coin-^ attached to article^ of apparel, a garter orna mente<l wdth gold S2.ÓU piece-s, and many other valuablef«. The group was arrested by Wilbarger County officers at a tourist camp in Vernon Sunday after a complaint had been i.sf.ued by Sheriff Kvrley at Hobbs. j .Ml Yvonne Stuteville, a Sherman j artist, told officers that she dfew ! |2,;'.00 in large bills from a bank in ilobbs and had the currency and a diamond ring valued at $800 .sewe<l up in a .^.ack, Sh» had drawn the money to complete a busines.i transaction, and Went into »n antiquf> .shop operated by a group of Gypsies to have the money blertged. A day later when she opened the package it was filled with worthless paper.