Clayton Fowler and ex-convicts
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Clayton was bad to go to Oak Cliff to eat. There was an old Sav-More station over there, and he and Costine Droby and Rughead Martin would go there and they’d stop. And this station worked a bunch of ex-convicts. And they’d pull in there and buy 50 cents worth of gas and up a $100 bill. And of course, the brouha would be on.
But probably the funniest thing they ever pulled was a bread truck went by and lost a case of bread, and the ex-cons got the bread and had it over there. And they went down the road and came back — turned around and came back, flashed some kind of badges, and told them that they were detectives investigating the theft of bread and they cleared that place out real quick.