FOUR ARRESTED AFTER AGED WOMAN'S DEATH
December 29, 1922
SALEM, W. Va., Dec. 29.—A charge of murder has been lodged against four young men, who are arrested at Salem, as the drivers of the automobile that struck and killed Mrs. Dalaphine Mayer, aged seventy-five, of East Salem, near her home, but all have been released under bond pending an investigation into the tragedy.
They are Charles Falleur, a glassworker; Harold Nicholson, a student at Salem College; Foster Trough, a glassworker; and Ingram Gauley, a school teacher of Big Isaac. Officers are searching for Denell Wilcox, who is said to have driven the car.
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