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 - CAMPTI BANK CASE SOLVED (Continued From I'...
CAMPTI BANK CASE SOLVED (Continued From I' Onf.) Their bonds have been set at (2,500 each. Chief of Police D. D. Bazer revealed revealed Thursday that Warner and his woman companion had visited the Davie sisters in the city Jail last Monday, the day before the bank robbery was committed. Chief Bazer said that he knew the identity of the bank bandit Wednesday but, with Sheriff W. M. Payne of Natchitoches Natchitoches parish and other officers, had decided to make it appear that Raymond Raymond Hamilton, notorious Texas criminal, had committed the crime so that Warner and the Davis woman would be confused. Sheriff Barham bought Ed Bar-ham, Bar-ham, Bar-ham, 27, of WInnfleld. the taxi driver, to the Caddo parish Jail Thursday afternoon, after arresting him at Camptl earlier in the day. Barham told officers how he picked up Warner and the Davis woman at a point near Calvin, in Winn parish, where they abandoned their car, and drove them to El Dorado, Ark., was identified as one stolen from a resident resident of Monroe. Frar.ier's Sweetheart Warner and the Davis woman had been arrested in Monroe July 28 as suspect in the recent Huntsvllle, Texas, prison break, in which Raymond Raymond Hamilton and two companions escaped from the death house. Dorothy Davis, one of the sisters in the city Jail here, told officers she was the sweetheart of Charlie Frazier. now serving a life term In the Huntsvllle penitentiary. Frazler was ahot and seriously wounded when he led the prison break which freed Hamilton and his companions. Sheriff Payne and Deputy Sheriff Roy Young left Natchitoches Thursday Thursday night for Kansas City to return Warner and the Davis woman for trial on the bank robbery charges.

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  1. The Times,
  2. 17 Aug 1934, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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