August 13, 1979: FBI notification to U.S. Magistrate
and U.S. Marshal of arrest of Helena Stoeckley
Note: Translation of the document following the scanned pages
Note from Christina Masewicz: Note: Translation of the above document as I read it to be
JEFFREY ROBERT MAC DONALD; COLLETTE (sic) S. MAC DONALD; ET AL -
VICTIMS, CSR - MURDER (A), 00: CE
PECETEL TO CO, AUGUST 13, 1979.
Helena Werle Stoeckley was arrested HS 14 P.M. at Oconee County, S. C. by SA of the FBI without incident. Stoeckley was incarcerated at the Pickens county, S. C. jail. U. S. Magistrate and U. S. Marshal, Greenville, S. C. immediately notified.
Stoeckley was interviewed following her arrest and substance of the interview was furnished by telephone call from SA Frank J. Mills, JR., to AUSA, Fayetteville, N. C. and FBI, Raleigh, S. C.
Stoeckley described as white female, DOB June 7, 1952, r' 5" tall, 141 lbs, black hair, blue eyes.
On August 13, 1979, U. S. Marshal Joe Neely, Greenville, S. C., advised that the subject had been transported directly from Pickens County Jail to Raleigh, N. C. on August 15, 1979.
Columbia will (unable to read next 3 words)