Mrs. Ford Freed on $15,000 Bond.
|Topics: Henry Ford
The New York Times
December 24, 1922
DETROIT, Dec. 23.—Mrs. May B. Ford, arrested a fortnight ago on a charge of attempting to engage a professional gunman to kill her husband, N. J. Ford, a farmer, of Dearborn, a suburb, was released from the county jail early today under a bond of $15,000. Mrs. Ford, who was in a highly nervous condition when she appeared in night court, collapsed when Judge Charles L. Bartlett announced her release.
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