Related to several articles about several pirates who boarded the gambling ship Monte Carlo and stole $26,000. Carrillo was found to be one of the pirates (the driver of the high-speed boat) and sentenced to eight years in prison (he later got another two years added for alcohol smuggling). The stories ran in 1935-1936.
Three photographs taken for Los Angeles Times articles. Top left: Portrait photograph of Mary C. Janss, wife of John Janss. Top right: Portrait photograph of John Janss, M.D. of Anaheim, husband of Mary C. Janss. Bottom: Mugshot of Carl Carrillo (LA Times sometimes spelled his name Carl Carillo), convicted of pirating the Monte Carlo gambling boat and smuggling alcohol.