Sarah Plotner The Alexandria times Tribune 5 Aug 1908
SEHT TOJTJFiR MARY Mrs. Plotner Has Been Released From Womans Prlslon. " Mrs. Sarah Plotner, the former Alexandria Alexandria woman who has been in the Women's Prison at " Indianapolis for several months as a result of her conviction conviction of haying lived in adultery with Samuel Wiley, in this city, has been released, released, and with a baby which was born while she was in prison, she turned up at Anderson yesterday in an effort to see Wiley, who is confined in the county jail. Her request was denied, and as she had no place to go, she and her babe were taken to the county infirm-ary. infirm-ary. infirm-ary. Mrs. Plotner formerly was the wife of a section foreman on. the railroad near Kentland. She ran away from home with Wiley, who was employed by het husband, and it was some time before the elopers were located in this city Once they were arrested, but as Mr. Plotner could not be located, their released followedWhen arrested the second time, both were sent to prison. Mrs. Plotner had two children with her at the time, and they have been placed in the orphans' home. Wiley's wife obtained a divorce from him as a result of the escapade.