A day late & a dollar short Oct 11, 1877 At the cavalry barracks Prescott, Arizona Territory during the summer of 1877, John Allman got into an argument over a poker game and killed to U.S. Army Sgts. A posse was dispatched and Allman killed two members of that group and escaped. In August he killed two woodcutters and two weeks later entered saloon in Yuma, killed the bartender and escaped with the cashbox and as many bottles of whiskey he could carry. A week or two later he's way up in Williams, AZ sitting in a saloon and spotted by Deputy Sheriff Ed Roberts, who is killed in attempting to arrest him. Over the next few weeks Allman killed a sheepherder for his gun and ammunition, and then kidnapped and raped two young girls, ages 12 and 13. On Oct 11 Clay Calhoun, a member of the "Outlaw Exterminators, Inc." found Allman in an abandoned Indian cliff dwelling and neatly placed four bullet holes in his body; groin, stomach, chest and mouth, all in perfect alignment. Suspicion is Calhoun came upon Allman while he was asleep and killed him. Consensus was it didn't matter, everyone was relieved they were rid of the murderer and child rapist.