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NOC instructor examines Bonnie and Clyde's Enid connection


December 16, 2018

ENID, Okla. (AP) — Infamous outlaw lovers Bonnie and Clyde died 84 years ago, ambushed on a rural Louisiana road by law enforcement, but in Oklahoma, their crimes still are under investigation.

A 2017 series by Joe Cummings for the Enid News & Eagle highlighted Enid's history as a noteworthy stop along the pair's trigger happy road trip, as the town played unwilling host to gun fights, car theft, robbery, much of the assorted violence that was their trademark.

Ex-detective Troy Cochran read those articles, and it got his wheels turning.

He wasn't entirely convinced, based on what he read,...

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