|Place of publication:||Montgomery, AL|
|Date of publication:||6/30/1923|
Report of the arrest of four white men in Baldwin county on a charge of taking a negro from his home and killing him was received by the state law enforcement department Friday afternoon.
The white men are Ernest McMillan, Morton Taylor, George Feulner and Fuelner Stewart. They were arrested by Sheriff W. R. Stewart and agents of the state law enforcement departmen, and placed in the Baldwin county jail at Bay Minette Thursday.
It is alleged that the negro, whose name was not given, was called to his door by a voice and when he reached the door was seized and carrried about 300 yards from his home. One gun shot was heard. The next morning the negro was found with a bullet wound in his body. He died later in the day.
“Four White Men Arrested In Baldwin For Mobbing Negro.” The Times (Montgomery, AL), June 30, 1923.