National Affairs: Catch & Credit

Near Somerville, N. J. one day last month Trooper William A. Turnbull of New Jersey's State Police sighted a blue sedan scorching down the highway, gave chase, forced the speeders to stop. While he was arguing with the driver, another man and a woman got out of the automobile, poked pistols in his back. In the car they stripped, bound and wrapped him in a blanket, drove 50 miles to a spot near Bethlehem, Pa. where they dumped him out with his wrists bound, lips taped.

In New York City's rogues' gallery Trooper Turnbull identified...

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