Robert F. Garrow, police mugshot
Garrow leaving Court after testimony.
Domblewski murder scene.
Garrow's VW hatchback after chase.
May 8, 1974.
Lake Pleasant, New
York: Robert Garrow of Syracuse is carried from the Hamilton County
jail 5/8 for the start of his trial for allegedly killing 18 year
old Philip Domblewski of Schenectady last July 29 at a campsite in
Speculator. Garrow was wounded during a 12 day manhunt in the
Adirondacks and was captured in Witherbee in Essex County. (Bettmann/CORBIS)
Robert Garrow Sr. (in
wheelchair) is pushed back to the Hamilton County Jail by Inlet Town
Police Officer Richard Payne. Sheriff-s Department Deputy John O-Connell
is walking ahead, while Sheriff Arthur Parker (right) and
Undersheriff Douglas Parker follow behind. The undersheriff is
carrying the other officers- sidearms to keep Garrow from trying to
take a gun from them.
A state forest ranger
prepares to take a truckload of law-enforcement officers and
volunteers out of Speculator to search for serial killer Robert
Garrow Sr. The manhunt for Garrow took 11 days in 1973 and ended
with his apprehension near Witherbee.
A state trooper checks cars at a roadblock near Speculator as the
for murderer Robert Garrow Sr.