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Apr. 28, 1922
Schuyler County Sheriff's Dept.
Homicide - Gun
Bio: Not Available
Fatal Incident Summary
Fri. Apr. 28, 1922
Deputy Arthur Utter, Sheriff Thomas Lashbrook and Constable Carl Neff were shot and killed while attempting to intervene in a labor dispute. Several of the participants opened fire on the officers, fatally wounding all three.
One suspect was killed and another wounded in return gunfire. Twenty-nine men were arrested and charged with murder.
On July 3, 1922, 17 men were convicted of manslaughter and each was sentenced to an indeterminate term of not less than one year to life in prison.