1932 John Hirt helps in escape page 1 of 2

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1932 John Hirt helps in escape page 1 of 2 - Wengert, not Escaped Prisoner Surrenders; Two...
Wengert, not Escaped Prisoner Surrenders; Two Accomplices Nabbed Leo Klingan, 21, Of Littlestown, Gives Himself Up To State Police; Two Friends, Charged With Aiding: In Jailbreak, Are Arrested Tuesday Evening. TWO OF TRIO JAILED IN DEFAULT BOND; HEARING THURSDAY EVENING Klingan, 21, of Littlestown, who escaped from Littlestpwiriockup early Sunday morning, and two friends who aided him to gam his freedom by sawing padlocks two doors were arrested Tuesday evening by Troopers Hahn and Ru«seJ Kmes, of the local sub-station of the On a tip from Sheriff Ray Yohn, of Carroll county, Klmgan wanted to surrender and "take his medicine," Troopers Hahn and Kmes hurried to Littlestown, arriving office of Justice of the Peace Howard G. Blocher just Klmgan arrived 001 the scene. Yf an ' n l S charging-. Klingan with disorderly conduct, assault and battery, resisting arrest and jail breaking iU default of S 1 ' 000 bail he wa! f ° r a hearin * bef °re Justice Littlestown Thursday-even- f ?ng at 7 k Arrest Accomplices

Clipped from The Gettysburg Times06 Jan 1932, WedPage 1

The Gettysburg Times (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania)06 Jan 1932, WedPage 1
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