Today in 1931 the body of "Cleveland Beer Baron" Al Jaffee, (not to be confused with Mad Magazine artist Al Jaffee) was found on a lonely Toledo road just south of the Michigan border. He wasn't by himself either. the fellers who bound, gagged and fired a couple of .45 bullets into his head figured they should send him off with a companion and so did the same to his body guard Harry "The Carpenter" Gertzlin.
A couple reasons offered for the offing were that they were trying to
muscle in on the Toledo alcohol scene and that they were there to settle
a situation regarding the hijacking of one of their liquor trucks. If
it was the latter then I doubt they were satisfied with resolution.
*Didn't come up with that one ourselves, it's a title of book about Toledo gangsters.