December 1968
New Yorker;12/21/1968, Vol. 44 Issue 44, p85
The article narrates the capture and imprisonment of Carl Wilson Nobles, which appeared in the periodical "Daily Enterprise-Times" of Brockton, Massachusetts. Nobles was caught while on escape when his car crashed into the blockading fire truck. He managed to emerge from the crash but policemen pursued and caught him.


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