During the days of Queho, the most feared and sought after Paiute outlaw in southern Nevada, I got in on the excitement. He became an outlaw to white men and Indians alike because a white man didn’t pay him his wages. He killed two men down in Boulder, and Reiner Hannig brought the word to St. Thomas. A posse went out hunting him, but never found him. The sheriff, Frank Waite, searched for him for twelve years, to no avail.