The Daily-American Republic, Poplar Bluff, MO, 4/30/96
Friday, November 1, 1996
A friend alerted Albert Boeving that he had spotted a
suspicious trio of men removing items from the site of his business
in Poplar Bluff, Missouri. Boeving, an NRA Benefactor Member and
firearms instructor, carried a shotgun with him when he went to
investigate. Finding the men already gone from his property,
Boeving headed to a salvage yard on his friend's hunch and there
caught the three men red-handed. Only one of the men, an
ex-convict, was charged in the crime as he had lied to his
accomplices by telling them he had permission to take the goods.
Questioning revealed that the men had taken other items from the
property earlier in the week of which Boeving had been unaware.
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