Jos. H. Watts - prison number 36425 and Mauricio Trinidad, prison number 10372, were hanged at the same time, side by side
at San Quentin prison October 15th, 1926. Watts was crossing the Colorado desert and met a man by name of Hey whose home was
in Los Angeles. Hey was driving an automobile and took Watts in to help him across the desert and in return for his kindness
Watts killed Hey and hid his body on the desert near a lake, where it was found later. Watts then took the automobile, drove
to Los Angeles and sold it. He also robbed Hey's body, taking his bank book on a Los Angeles bank. He drew some of the money
abd [sic] was later arrested and convicted.