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LMUD Presents: This Day in Susanville History – November 28, 1932

Thursday, November 28th, 2019

Uptown Susanville in the late 1930’s

Lassen Man Shot in Jealous Row
November 28, 1932

A jealous argument ended in a shooting here today, when Joe Stanislau, alleged bootlegger, fired a shot at Ed Wasco, guest at his party, for suspected attentions to his red-headed wife.

Sheriff James Leavitt took Wasco to the hospital, where physicians extracted the bullet form Wasco’s hip.

Stanislau was gone on arrival of the sheriff at the scene of the shooting, but he returned later and was taken into custody. Both men were said to have been drinking.

 

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