IN THE JUSTICE COURT OF SPRINGERVILLE PRECINCT
COUNTY OF APACHE, TERRITORY OF ARIZONA
January 2, 1886
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA
KID SWINGLEPersonally appeared before me, this 2nd day of January A.D. 1886, Francisco Baca of said County, who being duly sworn, complains and says that one KID SWINGLE, on the night of December 27, 1885, at Saint Johns, County of Apache, Territory of Arizona, the said KID SWINGLE, then and there being, did, unlawfully, violently and feloniously in and upon the person of said FRANCISCO BACA, make an assault and with a deadly weapon to wit: with a pistol commonly called a six shooter and which said pistol, he, the said KID SWINGLE, in his hand, had and held, did the FRANCISCO BACA, in danger and fear of his life, then and there unlawfully, feloniously and violently put and did, then and there, from the person of him, the said FRANCISCO BACA and against the will and without the consent of the said FRANCISCO BACA, certain valuable things, to wit: Eleven thousand, one hundred and sixty six dollars in paper currency, gold and silver coin, good and lawful money of the United States, a further description of said dollars and money being to Affiant unknown, of the goods, chattles and personal property of the County of Apache and by force and intimidation, unlawfully, feloniously and violently rob, take, steal and carry away, contrary to the form of the Statute in such cases made and provided.
(Signed) Francisco Baca
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 3rd day of January A.D. 1886.
John T. Hogue, Justice of the Peace of said Precinct.
In pursuance of the foregoing complaint, warrant issued but the officers failed to make an arrest.
From the files of Jack A. Becker