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Surveillance camera catches shootout in progress

2014-01-19 - Downtown, Columbia, KY - Photo CM staff photo. Downtown Columbia Drama from a grainy CM video surveillance There was trouble in town Saturday as the leader of the Dalton Gang was hunting down "Hellca Stanley" (alias) for a banana pistol shootout. Nobody got hurt in the fracas. A witness, Bubba, commented of the gunman above. "He's a bad one, alright," adding, "but he's my brother." The Crawford Boys hang together, like brothers oughta. "Hellcat Stanley" had sneaked out the door, headed home, a bit tuckered from his two block shopping trip to the grocery store armory where he had purchased the "weapons," and exhausted from the frenzied shootout, perhaps to write a country song commemorating the showdown.
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