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Get to Know Us. English Choose a language for shopping. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. He led a cowboy's life in Wyoming and Montana before returning to Telluride in There he met Matt Warner, the owner of a race horse. Cassidy and Warner raced the horse at various events, dividing the winnings between them. In , Cassidy purchased a ranch on the outskirts of Dubois, Wyoming. In early , Cassidy became involved romantically with outlaw and rancher Ann Bassett.
Bassett's father, rancher Herb Bassett, did business with Cassidy, supplying him with fresh horses and beef. That same year, Cassidy was arrested at Lander, Wyoming , for stealing horses and possibly for running a protection racket among the local ranchers there. After serving 18 months of a two-year sentence, Cassidy was released and pardoned in January by Governor William Alford Richards. The gang assembled sometime after Cassidy's release from prison in and took its name from the Doolin—Dalton gang , also known as the "Wild Bunch". The four hid there until early April, when Lay and Cassidy sent the women home so that the men could plan their next robbery.
On June 2, , the gang robbed a Union Pacific Overland Flyer passenger train near Wilcox, Wyoming , a robbery which earned the Wild Bunch a great deal of notoriety and resulted in a massive manhunt. Tom Horn , a killer-for-hire employed by the Pinkerton Agency , obtained information from explosives expert Bill Speck about the Hazen shooting, and then passed this information to Pinkerton detective Charlie Siringo , who was assigned the task of capturing the outlaws. The gang escaped into the Hole-in-the-Wall. Siringo became friends with Elfie Landusky, who was using the last name Curry after allegedly becoming pregnant by Kid Curry's brother, Lonny.
Through her, Siringo intended to locate the gang. On July 11, , Lay and others were involved in a Colorado and Southern Railroad train robbery near Folsom, New Mexico , which Cassidy may have planned and personally directed. A shootout ensued with local law enforcement, during which Lay killed Sheriff Edward Farr and Henry Love; Lay was convicted of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment at the New Mexico State Penitentiary.
The Wild Bunch would typically separate following a robbery and flee in different directions, later reuniting at a predetermined location, such as the Hole-in-the-Wall hideout, Robbers Roost, or Madame Fannie Porter 's brothel in San Antonio , Texas. Cassidy appears to have approached Governor Heber Wells of Utah, which achieved statehood in , to negotiate an amnesty. Wells appears to have declined, advising Cassidy to instead approach the Union Pacific Railroad to persuade them to drop their criminal complaints against him.
Union Pacific Railroad chairman E. Harriman attempted to meet with Cassidy through his old ally Matt Warner. On February 28, , lawmen attempted to arrest Kid Curry's brother, Lonny, at his aunt's home. Lonny was killed in the shootout that followed, and his cousin Bob Lee was arrested for rustling and sent to prison in Wyoming. Johns, Apache County, Arizona after being identified passing currency from the Wilcox, Wyoming train robbery.
Carver and Curry escaped.
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The Pinkerton Detective Agency obtained a copy of the photograph and began to use it for wanted posters. Despite being pursued by Pinkerton agents and other law enforcement officials, Curry returned to Montana, where he shot and killed rancher James Winters in retaliation for the killing of his brother Johnny years before. With the gang breaking up, and feeling continuous pressure from the numerous law enforcement agencies pursuing them, Cassidy and Longabaugh fled to New York City. On February 20, ,     along with Etta Place , Longabaugh's female companion, they departed to Buenos Aires , Argentina aboard the British steamer Herminius.
Cassidy posed as James Ryan, Place's fictitious brother. On May 1, fearing that law enforcement had located them, the trio sold the Cholila ranch. The Pinkerton Agency had known their location for some time, but the snow and the hard winter of Patagonia had prevented their agent, Frank Dimaio, from making an arrest. Governor Julio Lezana issued an arrest warrant, but before it could be executed, Sheriff Edward Humphreys, a Welsh-Argentine who was friendly with Cassidy and enamored of Etta Place, tipped them off.
Pursued by armed lawmen, they crossed the Pampas and the Andes to reach the safety of Chile. On June 30, , Etta Place decided that she had had enough of life on the run, and was escorted back to San Francisco by Longabaugh. Their main duties included guarding the company payroll. Still wanting to settle down as a respectable rancher, in late Cassidy traveled with Longabaugh to Santa Cruz , a frontier town in Bolivia's eastern savannah.
The facts surrounding Butch Cassidy's death are uncertain. On November 3, , near San Vicente in southern Bolivia, a courier for the Aramayo Franke and Cia Silver Mine was conveying his company's payroll, worth about 15, Bolivian pesos, by mule, when he was attacked and robbed by two masked American bandits believed to be Cassidy and Longabaugh Sundance.
The bandits then proceeded to the small mining town of San Vicente, where they lodged in a small boarding house owned by a local resident miner named Bonifacio Casasola. Casasola became suspicious of his two foreign lodgers.
A mule they had in their possession was from the Aramayo Mine, identifiable from the mine company's brand on the mule's left flank. Casasola left his house and notified a nearby telegraph officer who notified a small Bolivian Army cavalry unit stationed nearby, the Abaroa Regiment.
The unit dispatched three soldiers, under the command of Captain Justo Concha, to San Vicente, where they notified the local authorities. On the evening of November 6, the lodging house was surrounded by the soldiers, the police chief, the local mayor and some of his officials, who intended to arrest the Aramayo robbers. When the soldiers approached the house, the bandits opened fire, killing one of the soldiers and wounding another. A gunfight then ensued. At around 2 a. As an assistant county prosecutor, Judge Cassidy devoted much of her time to elder protection—investigating abuse, neglect, and exploitation of the elderly.
She teamed with grand jury and criminal prosecutors to bring to justice individuals committing crimes against adults over age Judge Cassidy and criminal prosecutors successfully prosecuted many offenders.
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The aide was sentenced to six years in prison. Fugitive Safe Surrender, a highly successful program that allows fugitives to voluntarily surrender in the safety of a church. The Court is present on-site at the church to resolve cases where possible. Alternatively, arrest warrants are waived and personal bonds given where appropriate so that individuals can come to court to resolve their issue. Those who appear are given favorable consideration for turning themselves in.