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Dennis Rice, suspect in the "Honolulu Hamburger Case," as it was dubbed by the newspapers, is led to jail as he turns himself in. Dennis had a rap sheet that went back to 1958 and had been convicted of offenses ranging from narcotics possession to indecent exposure. He was currently on probation for assaulting a police officer. Thought new to the Family, he became one of its most hard-core members. The "Honolulu Hamburger Case" was an attempted murder on Barbara Hoyt who was a witness on the Tate case, and former Family member. She had been shipped off to Hawaii along with Ruth Ann and had been given a lethal dose of LSD. Rice had driven Ruth and Barbara to the airport. Photograph dated January 11, 1971.
1 photographic print :b&w ;26 x 21 cm. Photographic prints