William N. O'Connor, alais [sic] Big Bill Conners. Wounded in a gun battle with seven detectives, July 7th, 1924, in a 6th
St. apartment house. The shooting was through the door of his apartment, this door being litterly [sic] demolished by bllets
[sic]. O'Connor was badly wounded, but none of the officers were hurt. He and his gang were wanted for robbing the 17th &
Castro St. branch Bank of Italy, where they locked the employees in the vault, and got away with $6793. He was also wanted
for the robbery of the Houson Gilmon Jewelry Co. 290 Post St. On the morning of June 24th, 1924, he compelled the employees
to open the vault and removed $97,000 worth of jewelery [sic].