Jamey Warren, relative to Ruth and Jesse Warren, relates the following story... Ruth and Jesse had recently purchased the car and it was sitting in the driveway at 2107 Gabler. They had left the keys in the ignition (which was common at the time). Bonnie and Clyde were believed to be staying at the nearby "Golden Glow Cabin Courts". Jamey's father, said that Alvin Karpis of the Barker gang had tipped them off that the Highway Patrol was aware of their presence in the Topeka area. Their search for a get-away car, brought them to the Warren's neighborhood. Ruth, who was doing the dishes, had looked out of the window and noticed that the car was missing. Believing that her husband had driven it to the house of a neighbor, she called him, and he said that he hadn't taken the car. That neighborhood, their house, and the cabin courts, are located in an area that seems to ignore the passage of time, although the cabin courts have since then been torn down. The subject of the car, brought disagreement to Ruth and Jesse. He supposedly was not interested in getting the car back, whereas Ruth, realizing the commercial value of the car, traveled to Louisiana, to try and get the car back. Ruth and Jesse divorced shortly after this incident. This story has been repeated in the "Topeka Capital Journal" several times.