Nelson worked with Chase as an armed guard for the truck used to transport illegal liquor. Together, they moved to Reno, Nevada, where Nelson had killed a person for being a witness to the United States mail fraud case. In 1933 Nelson, and his new friends, Tommy Carrol and Eddie Green robbed banks in Iowa, Nebraska, and Wisconsin. Most of the blame for these went to Dillanger and his gang. A year later Dillanger joined gangs with Nelson.
At the age of 21 he attempted his first robbery, robbing a grocery store, in his home town. He was caught and imprisoned for nine years until 1933. Soon after he was released, Dillinger robbed a bank in Bluffton, Ohio and was arrested by the Dayton police. He was put in Lima county jail to wait for his trial. The Lima police found a document on John which seemed to be a plan for a prison break, but he denied everything.
Mark’s mother Alma was a bank clerk and nurse’s aide, while his father Donald was a delivery man. Unfortunately, when Mark was only eleven his parents divorced. By the time Mark was fourteen, he had dropped out of highschool and began to pursue a life of crime and drugs .“Not only was he doing drugs, but also dealing them. He’d spent his days scamming and stealing, working on the odd drug deal before treating himself to the substances.” (Peterson 1) Once Mark was fifteen he forced a group of African American children on a terrifying journey by throwing rocks at them, while yelling ethnic slurs. This did cause the children injury.
At the age of thirteen Manson committed his first armed robbery, with another boy at a grocery store. He was caught and sent to Indiana Boys School,where he tried to escape many times and finally did at the age of sixteen with two others in 1951. He continued to rob and steal in order to support himself. He robbed a car and drove it over state boundary, driving a car over a state line is a federal cri... ... middle of paper ... ...of 1969 and on January 15, 1971 the jury began to deliberate. The Manson Family had issued threats that the day the verdict was rendered would be violent if the verdict was not favorable to the Manson Family.
This included the famous St Valentine's Day Massacre when six leading members of the “Bugs Moran” gang were executed in a garage by gangsters dressed in police uniforms. Few of the murderers were arrested and convicted of their crimes. Gangsters like Capone were able to use their money to bribe and payoff police investigators or intimidate potential witnesses. The police were also in chains by the refusal of any gangster to testify against another gangster. It is said that by the year 1929, Capone's income from the other aspects of his business was $60,000,000 from illegal alcohol, $25,000,000 from gambling establishments, $10,000,000 (vice) and $10,000,000 from other rackets.
(Tripod.com, 2012) Finally, in August of 1985, the police had enough information from many of his victims to release a sketch of him to the media. The sketch had only been on the news for one day before he was recognized while trying to steal a car, and he attempted to flee when the civilians began to shout that he was the “Night Stalker.” Before long, a mob formed and attacked him. One of the men finally subdued him by hitting him on the head with a pipe. The police arrived to arrest Ramirez just in time to keep the mob of angry civilians from killing him. (Bruno, 2012) He was convicted of forty-three counts which included rape, burglary, murder, and sodomy on September 20, 1989.
Coincidentally, this was the older brother of a boy Dahmer molested in 1988, a crime for which he served one year in a low-security work-release camp (wikipedia.org). In 1991, police had yet to link the murder of 12 black men, as well as five others, to a serial killer possibly operating in the Milwaukee area. The break in the case finally came later that year. Two officers spotted a 32 year-old Tracy Edwards stumbling along with a single handcuff of his wrist. Naturally, the officers pulled alongside Edwards and began questioning him.
Bass and Underwood started throwing stones at them and were chased out of town by the sheriff and from then on Bass was known as an outlaw. • As an outlaw Bass formed a gang made of four men Tom Nixon, Bill Heffridge, and Jim Berry. The Gang would rob stagecoaches but when the money got low they concentrated • on trains • The Bass gangs first big train strike was on a Union pacific carrying money from Wells Fargo going west. The gang boarded the train at a water stop in Big Springs Neb. On Sep. 19, 1877, taking more than $60,000 in newly minted twenty- dollar gold pieces, an additional $1,300 from passengers, and $450 from the mail car.
His birthplace was on a farm in Sapucai, Brazil. Rodrigues first urge to kill was when he was 13 years old. He began to fight with his older cousin which resulted in him pushing the boy into a sugar cane press. The boy sustained injuries but lived. A year later, Rodrigues killed the Vice-Mayor of Minas Gerais because he fired and accused his father, the school guard, of stealing from the school's kitchen.
He would constantly break out and escape from his training schools and juvenile centers. Law2.umkc.edu states that Charles Manson’s first offense was when he burglarized a grocery store, Manson got caught in his constant acts of crimes and got sent to a juvenile center in Indianapolis. While there Manson escaped with a cell mate and both of them committed two armed robberies. In 1951 Charles Manson escaped with two other men, the three of them eventually got caught driving a stolen car. After this act Manson was sent to Washington D.C’s National Training School for Boys, there he escaped a number of 18 times, after being sent too many different places Charles Manson was finally... ... middle of paper ... ... cult, there were also many plays, movies, and television shows made about him.