Dwight Kinser escape

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Dwight Kinser escape - Prisoner Escapes A prisoner at the Madison...
Prisoner Escapes A prisoner at the Madison County Jail who escaped from the custody of a sheriff's deputy Tuesday afternoon in the East Alton area remained at large today. Dwight E. Kinser, 19, of Wood River, escaped from the deputy's custody after undergoing dental treatment in East Alton. According to information released this morning by the sheriff's department, the escorting deputy, Harlan Voutn- ard of Godfrey, was about to place handcuffs on Kinser when his attention was distracted. Kinser then ran on foot out of the office and continued south from a point near Edwardsville Road and Grand Avenue. Voumard pursued but was unable to catch up with Kinser. While Voumard had received authorization to open fire on Kinser if necessary, he lid not do so because the eseapee.rau through a grade school playground. Voumard told authorities he did not think he could shoot without endangering the children in the immediate vio- inity. Kinser is five'foot 10 inches tall, weighs approximately 150 pounds, has dark blond hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a dark gray shirt with "Madison County Jail" stencilled on the back over a blue tee shirt and blue levis. He was not armed Dwight E. Kinser Brass Bearings Stolen From Boxcars Here Over. 1,200 pounds of brass bearings were taken from box cars belonging to the Norfolk and Western Railway Co. of Granite City. The boxcars were located on the former Wabash railroad tracks at Old Alton Road. Edwards ville police were told by railroad police that the theft took place between Jan. 12 and Tuesday

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  1. The Edwardsville Intelligencer,
  2. 29 Jan 1975, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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