The Corpus Christi Caller-Times, 13 November 1958, Page 17 - Virgil McDorman

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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times, 13 November 1958, Page 17 - Virgil McDorman - Blonde and Brunet Girls Hunted in Bad Check...
Blonde and Brunet Girls Hunted in Bad Check nFMWn IK r»«_ »»· . . . ^^ DENVER, in - Denver Dist. Ally. Bert Keating said yesterday authorities have smashed a bogus check-passing ring which bilked Denver merchants of some J23,. 000 during the past year. Keating said three men had ton authorities said Ni?p admitted, He had turned In his license for renewal last Septero- bcen arrested in connection with the case and that authorities are searching for several other men and two women--a brunet with tattoos on her knuckles and a shapely blonde. ' Two of the men in custody are being held in Denver. They were identified by Keating 35 Harley Cahill Jr.. 31. of Denver, and Virgil Virgil A. McDorman. 3J. of Holyoke, Colo. Kscapee From L'tah McDorman told authorities he is «ri escapee from the Utah State Prison and was a spokesman for prisoners there during a riot in February 1937. He said he was serving a four-year sentence in Utah for check forgery. Keating identified the third man as James Nipp. 30, of Dallas Texas, being held in the Evans-' ton. Wytx, jail on a charge of as. . «ault with intent to commit murder. murder. Nipp was arrested Oct. 15 near Evanston after firing at Wyoming highway patrolman Pat Gawper. - Keating said the brunet being sought is known only as Nancy and 20 to 21 years old. The blonde, he added, is known to police only as Mickie and is about 23. Cahill was arrested Tuesday. McDorman was taken into custody custody yesterday. CahilTs arrest followed shortly after Joseph E. Waugh, a Denver pet shop operator, recognized Cahill in a cafe as the man who accompanied a xvoman into his establishment Oct. 17 to cash an JSt check. - McDorman was found at his rooming house in Denver. Keating Keating said he acknowledged ownership ownership of hundreds of checks drawn on non-existent concerns, some illegal auto license plates and various various types of false identification. Authorities said McDorman also admitted the theft of two automobiles, automobiles, one from a Salt Lake City car salesman and the other from a Denver automobile dealer. Ue*nvs o! .Vepheiv Al Decrcd-co, assistant chief investigator investigator for Keating, said Me- Dorman implicated Nipp. Evans- his Denver operations. A stolen driver's license belong- C to Decredico's newphew, Joseph A. DecredJco. was a fac- TM!»«*«« the case. Joseph TM^ 10 ? U * Un *«nity of Colorado Colorado student. bcr. The license was among several stolen from the Colorado vehicle license department. McDorman said he purchased his false identifications from tran- SALE! ELECTRIC/VL APPLIANCES APPLIANCES f HEAT PAD BARGAIN! 177 Value ^V^M^^M lTnree-»peed L*itttt with removable flannel cover. 33 UNIVERSAL $-cup electric _ ^ Q Q COFFEE I X 8 " MAKFR_ I U U»t Our Layaway 4ufomaffc E/ccfrfc SKILLET Complete!/ j immersible. GE plug-In | thenno*ut... -Automatic. Toaster All-chrome FoitarU pop* up the dice* touted ju« right! 77 Value REGUL4R lOe

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