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California Kidnapping / Arrests #247182

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 29, 1976
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(Studio) James Schoenfeld arrested near Menlo Park., California. Fred Woods arrested in Vancouver, Canada.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Canada) Royal Canadian Mounted Police arrested Woods after he crossed border from WA. Woods' father owns quarry where kidnapped Chowchilla, California, children were found.
REPORTER: Harold Dow

(California) James Schoenfeld's trail after kidnap easily traced by police. His rte. noted by reporter Schoenfeld's attorney said he was going to turn self in at 8 a.m. Richard Schoenfeld taken from San Francisco jail to Chowchilla for arraignment. Judge Howard C. Green says he'll keep Schoenfeld's bail at $1 million. Richard Schoenfeld will enter not guilty plea.
REPORTER: Harold Dow Artist: Don Juhlin

Reporter(s):
Dow, Harold;
Mudd, Roger
Duration:
00:02:40

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