Edmond C. Rowan Accidentally Shoots Self

Edmond C. Rowan Accidentally Shoots Self

Brooklyn Eagle January 27, 1943

Edmond Rowan Shoots Self
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Dr. Thomas Draper

Dr. Thomas Draper, the family physician, called Henry Flattery immediately after the accident was discovered.

6 decades later, Dr. Draper’s son, also Dr. Thomas Draper, became friends with Henry Flattery’s granddaughter in Newtown, Connecticut.

Read more about one of Newtown’s favorite people:

Former Prosecutor Bound and Robbed

Former Prosecutor Bound and Robbed

Brooklyn Daily Eagle February 5, 1936

FORMER DA's OFFICE LOOTED
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Former District Attorney Charles Froessel was working in his Queens office one evening when a group of masked men carrying guns burst into his office.  Froessel was bound and gagged and led to the basement where the night watchman was also being held captive.  

The men looted Froessel’s office, escaping with cash and bonds.