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Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, along with their gang, plagued rural gas stations and small shops with a string of robberies

 Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, along with their gang, plagued rural gas stations and small shops with a string of robberies

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encounters with police and the sensationalization of their exploits by the country’s newspapers.

Barrow had been a criminal long before he met Parker in January 1930. After 20 months in prison in 1930–32, he teamed up with Parker, and the two began a crime spree that lasted 21 months. Often working with confederates—including Barrow’s brother Buck and Buck’s wife, Blanche, as well as Ray Hamilton and W.D. Jones—Bonnie and Clyde, as they were popularly known, robbed gas stations, restaurants, and small-town banks—their take never exceeded $1,500—chiefly in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Missouri.


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