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Bus kidnapping in Chowchilla

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Manacled suspects in the Chowchilla school bus kidnap case, James Schoenfeld and Frederick Woods, from left, leave the Madera County Government Center on their way back to the Alameda County Jail.
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ED NOLD/THE FRESNO BEE
Manacled suspects in the Chowchilla school bus kidnap case, James Schoenfeld and Frederick Woods, from left, leave the Madera County Government Center on their way back to the Alameda County Jail.
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November 02, 2012
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Manacled suspects in the Chowchilla school bus kidnap case, James Schoenfeld and Frederick Woods, from left, leave the Madera County Government Center on their way back to the Alameda County Jail.