According to the FBI, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow killed at least 13 people. They did not face trial for any murder charges because they were killed in an ambush conducted by police officers on May 23, 1934.
It is suspected that Clyde killed two police officers in Joplin, Mo. and a sheriff in Stringtown, Okla. He is also accused of murders in Hillsboro and Dallas, Texas, and Joplin and Columbia, Mo. Together the pair killed a constable in Miami, Okla. They also shot two highway patrol officers near Grapevine, Texas. In addition to murder, they were wanted for automobile theft, burglaries, robberies and several shootings.Learn More
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