Suspect in '68 Calif. police gun battle turns self in
Ronald Stanley Bridgeforth, 67, whispered the words, "I love you," to his wife as he was led away in handcuffs from a packed San Mateo County Courtroom
By Joshua Melvin
San Jose Mercury News
REDWOOD CITY — An alleged 1960s radical who'd been living in Michigan under an alias for decades turned himself in Thursday to face charges stemming from a 1968 gun battle with South San Francisco police.
Ronald Stanley Bridgeforth, 67, whispered the words, "I love you," to his wife as he was led away in handcuffs from a packed San Mateo County Courtroom.
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