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California Kidnapping / Suspects Arrested #44612

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 29, 1976
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(Studio) Fred. Woods arrested in Vancouver, Canada. James Schoenfeld arrested in California. Richard Schoenfeld arraigned.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Redwood City, California) James Schoenfeld's trail easily traced by police. He gave self up without struggle. His attorney, William Gagen, says Schoenfeld planned to turn self in today. [GAGEN - says Schoenfeld was to give self up at 8 a.m. He's naive man with regard to charges he is facing.] Schoenfeld charged with kidnapping, robbery and unlawful flight. Taken to Alameda Cnty. jail.
REPORTER: Kenneth Gale

(Oakland, California) Richard Schoenfeld driven to Chowchilla cthse.
REPORTER: Bill Redeker

(Chowchilla, California) Security tight at cthse. Judge Howard C. Green read charges to Schoenfeld. Attorney Edward Merrill says his client pleads not guilty. Green to decide Wednesday on reducing bail and another motion.
REPORTER: Bill Redeker Artist: David Rose

(Studio) Royal Canadian Mounted Police arrested Woods, who offered no resistance.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

Reporter(s):
Gale, Kenneth;
Redeker, Bill;
Smith, Howard K.
Duration:
00:04:00

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