Suspect Held in Murders at Budville March 13, 1968 Joseph V. Dean, Jr. Arrested
in by is A Suspect Held In Murders At Budville Lot Angeles FBI agents Tuesday announced the arrest of a man wanted in New Mexico on a warrant charging him with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution in connection with the murder of two Budville. N.M. residents Nov. 18. 1967. Being held at the Los Angeles County jail is 32-year-old 32-year-old 32-year-old 32-year-old 32-year-old Joseph V. Dean Jr., a former Albuquerque Albuquerque resident. He was ar rested late Monday in a Holly wood, Calif., apartment. STILL AT LARGE in connection connection with the double slaying is 25-year-old 25-year-old 25-year-old 25-year-old 25-year-old Billy Ray White, formerly of New Orleans. The two were being sought in connection with the shootiM deaths of Bud Rice, 51, and Blanch Brown, 81, at Rice's small trading post in Budville. Their deaths came during an apparent armed robbery when 8250 was taken from the Bud ville Trading Post near Grants FEDERAL WARRANTS charging the two with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution were issued Friday, when fee Albu querque district attorney's of fice requested federal assistance in locating them. Asst. Dist. Atty. Don Wilson said H would be determined at an arraignment if Dean will waive extradition. Wilson said Dean indicated to Los Angeles authorities be will waive. If he does not, governors of both states have about 30 days to complete their documents and have him returned here to face the charge. WILSON SAID he was notified of Dean's arrest by FBI agent Duane Franklin at 8:45 a.m. Tuesday. Wilson said he mailed certified copies of the warrant and criminal complaint to the Los Angeles sheriff's office at once.