Arline Sandlin March 30, 1939 The Evening Independent Massillion, OH

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Arline Sandlin March 30, 1939 The Evening Independent Massillion, OH - MOTHER IS FREED IN MURDER CASE INDIANAPOLIS,...
MOTHER IS FREED IN MURDER CASE INDIANAPOLIS, March 30. (fl>) — Mrs. Arline Sandlin, 24-year-old mother of two children, who was free toclay under a suspended sentence in connection with an Indianapolis filling station holdup, said she planned to return to Ohio. She pleaded guilty to assisting a murder suspect to escape without knowledge he was wanted by police. She was accused of aiding in the escape to Chicinnati of Sam Wilson, suspected in the shooting of Edward Maze, station attendant. Wilson is to . be tried April 10 on a murder charge. Mrs. Sandlin said she was unaware of Maze's slaying when she went to Cincinnati, with Wilson after the holdup. She said she might go to Middletown, O., or to the home of her mother, Mrs. Ada Hedge at-Urbana, O.

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  1. The Evening Independent,
  2. 30 Mar 1939, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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