Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsJohn S Daughetee
IN THE NEWS

John S Daughetee

FEATURED ARTICLES
NEWS
August 10, 1989 | DAN MORAIN, Times Staff Writer
A man arrested for an Oakland bank robbery last week claimed that he was gathering money to fund a plot to assassinate President Bush, authorities said Wednesday. John S. Daughetee, 34, claimed he stalked Bush in at least two cities, that "voices" directed his actions, and that he robbed banks in Oakland and San Francisco last Friday for money to carry out his plan, Oakland Police Sgt. Greg Bingham said. "It wasn't so much about Bush, but the President. The thing was the office.
ARTICLES BY DATE
NEWS
March 11, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
A bank robber who used stolen money to track President Bush around the country was captured when he bolted from a federal courtroom and tried to escape, authorities said. John Daughetee, 35, was seized on the 19th floor of the federal courthouse. Richard McDrew of the Secret Service, said Daughetee purchased a gun, dressed like a Secret Service agent and tried to infiltrate security lines around Bush in Detroit. After his capture, Daughetee was sentenced by U.S.
Advertisement
NEWS
March 11, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
A bank robber who used stolen money to track President Bush around the country was captured when he bolted from a federal courtroom and tried to escape, authorities said. John Daughetee, 35, was seized on the 19th floor of the federal courthouse. Richard McDrew of the Secret Service, said Daughetee purchased a gun, dressed like a Secret Service agent and tried to infiltrate security lines around Bush in Detroit. After his capture, Daughetee was sentenced by U.S.
NEWS
August 10, 1989 | DAN MORAIN, Times Staff Writer
A man arrested for an Oakland bank robbery last week claimed that he was gathering money to fund a plot to assassinate President Bush, authorities said Wednesday. John S. Daughetee, 34, claimed he stalked Bush in at least two cities, that "voices" directed his actions, and that he robbed banks in Oakland and San Francisco last Friday for money to carry out his plan, Oakland Police Sgt. Greg Bingham said. "It wasn't so much about Bush, but the President. The thing was the office.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|