Charles Manson is infamous in American history due to the horrific Manson Family murders that took place back in 1969. Now it seems the original arrest sheet for Manson will now be up for auction.
According to TMZ, the arrest sheet is two pages long and also listed Manson’s physical details along with his hometown, occupation, address, and most importantly – for the fact that he was arrested for robbery and homicide and was facing 7 counts of murder.
The form is dated December 9, 1969, which was a few months after Manson’s Family brutally murdered Sharon Tate and six other people in August in Los Angeles. The second page of the arrest sheet includes two of Manson’s fingerprints.
The second page also includes the name Juan Flynn, which can be presumed to be the same person who lived at Manson’s Spahn Ranch and testified Manson told him shortly Sharon Tate’s killing – “Don’t you know I’m the one who’s doing all these killings?”
The arrest sheet is currently up for auction by Moments In Time, with a base price of $95,000. It was reported that the sheet was acquired from a collector of historical crime items. We will have to see which collector will become the new owner of the gruesome arrest sheet.