Today in True Crime History: June 18

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1885 — James Arcene is executed in Fort Smith, Arkansas, for playing a role in a robbery and murder. Though he was 23 when he was executed, the crime he was accused of committing occurred when he was 10 years old.

1987 — Providence County John Doe is found in a pond in Smithfield, Rhode Island. The unknown victim had been stabbed 21 times, and he had been died for about three weeks before he was…

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