Other members would be part of the gang at one time or another.
These included John Jarrette who was Jesse James’ brother-in-law, Clel Miller, Arthur Mc Coy, Matthew Nelson, Charlie Pitts, and Bill Chadwell.
The police were called but the boy ran away from home, telling his parents: 'I love her and I am going to make a life with her.
I am with her now.'Burton was then interviewed and bailed with conditions - as her victim did not want to help police.
But the pair then spent the together at the luxury La Tour Hotel in Birmingham where rooms can cost up to £252 a night.
They then went on another shopping spree at the Trafford Centre near Manchester.
Two brothers who kept their mother and sister as slaves and forced them to wash in a small bucket of water have been put behind bars for more than two years.
Faisal Hussein, 25, and Arbaaz Ahmed, 19, told their family members they were not allowed to turn on the taps at the property in Bradford, West Yorkshire.
The assistant cashier inside the bank would not open the vault for the gang and was shot for his refusal.This notorious gang was the outgrowth of men who had known each other the bushwhackers of the Civil War.When the war was over, these were among the men who seemed not to fit into society any longer. While they were not very organized at first, some of them drifting together by chance, they soon became a gang that had grown and learned from their mistakes.During the 'appalling and disgraceful' 18-month period of abuse, the two women were given £1 a month to spend on essential sanitary products.A judge at Bradford Crown Court said the violent assault on their 30-year-old sister was 'almost unimaginable to any decent human being.'The brothers used the buckle of a belt, a wooden spoon and a shoe during the sustained and repeated assault on their sister.