1932 John Hirt helps in escape page 2 of 2

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of year of previous 26 094 of were does extended Decem- bucks cent They of these of at garr/e foe 'Unc reports k Arrest Accomplices After arresting Klingan, the state troopers took into custody John Hirt, 37, married, of Littlestown R. 4, who conducts a tailoring establishment establishment in Littlestown, and Edward Edward Fuhrman, 21, married and unemployed, of Littlestown/ charging both with aiding a prisoner to escape escape from jail. Botb -were arrested in Littlestown. Hirt furnished $500 bail before Justice of the Peace Blocher for hearing along with Klingan, Thursday Thursday evening, but. Fuhrman was committed to jail in. default of $500 bail. Both men demy complicity in Klingan's escape, but the state police police said both, nj'.en helped -the; prisoner gain his/ freedom. According to thfc officers, Hirt and Fuhrman drove Klingan to Baltimore Baltimore after releasing him from the Littlestown lockup about 3:30 o'clock, Sunday morning. Klingan remained in Baltimore Sunday, Mondajr and part of Tuesday, Tuesday, the state r^ohce said, leaving some time on Tuesday for the home of his brother m Westminster, The local s'/.ate police, who had been in Wesf/ n inster on Monday, informed Sheriff Yohn of their mission and^ asked him and his deputies to, keep a look-out at the home of fciingan's brother. Sought Arrest brother went to Sheriff Yohn, '.Tuesday afternoon, and informed, informed, him that Leo was ready give rnmself up to the state police in Li xtlestown. The Carroll county sheriff immediately notified the loc.'i» sub-station and Troopers Hr/hn and Knies were on hand to Klingan ~wncn he arrived in I^ttlestown. Klingan was arrested late last / Saturday evening in Littlestown for disorderly conduct following an alleged alleged attack upon Officer Charles F. Keefer who attempted to arrest the young man. As the officer attempted attempted to take Klingan to the Littlestown lockup, the latter is alleged alleged to have resisted, struck and kicked Keefer who then deputized several persons in the crowd that gathered to take Klingan to the jail. Hirt and Fuhrman were in the crowd that gathered while Klingan fficer Keefer were havintr their altercation. Both are said to Wends of Klingan.

Clipped from The Gettysburg Times06 Jan 1932, WedPage 1

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