Detective Lieutenant F. L. McGlinchey, Lou Daro, Ed M. Crum, Det. Lt. L. E. Sanderson, and Captain E. A. Frendenberg, Los Angeles, 1935
- Detective Lieutenant F. L. McGlinchey, Lou Daro, Ed M. Crum, Det. Lt. L. E. Sanderson, and Captain E. A. Frendenberg, Los Angeles, 1935
- Date Created
- July 11, 1935
- Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
35-year-old William Focher was mistakenly shot by police, believed to have held up the Olympic Auditorium. He got into an altercation with Lou Daro and Det. Lt. Sanderson claimed officers believed Focher and his companion John Moore were bandits.
Different photographs likely taken on the same occasion appear with the article, "Error Death To Be Aired," Los Angeles Times, 12 July 1935: A1.
From left to right: Det. Lt. F. L. McGlinchey (seated), Lou Daro (seated), Ed M. Crum, Det. Lt. L. E. Sanderson, Capt. E. A. Frendenberg (seated)
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- b&w nitrate negative
cellulose nitrate film
Criminal investigations--California--Los Angeles
Sports promoters--California--Los Angeles
Crum, Edward Merle, 1911-1979
Sanderson, Leroy E.
Daro, Lou, b. 1884 or 85
McGlinchey, Frank, (Frank Lorey), 1899-1986
Frendenberg, Edward A.
- Los Angeles (Calif.)
- Resource type
- still image
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