CRIME: Incident in New Canaan

Imogene Stevens was the kind of girl at whom men always looked twice. When Imogene landed in neat, suburban New Canaan, Conn. (pop. 6,500), New Canaanites looked at her in various ways.

Dark-haired, dark-eyed Imogene was the bride of young Major George Stevens III. She had come to New Canaan because that was where George's parents lived. George, an officer in an airborne division, had to go overseas. Imogene settled down in a brown-shingled little house next door to the Charles Miltons on decorous East Maple Street.

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