Dr. Robert E. Gray was arrested later that month and held without bail by Coroner’s Jury.
In March 1902, Gray was acquitted by a jury for reasons not indicated in the documnts.
Gray had worked as a chemist at an Indianapolis pharmacy before moving to Chicago. He then moved to Garden City, Kansas, where he again worked as a chemist. He then went to Chicago again, this time to study medicine. After being licensed as a physician, he returned to Garden City.
“Dr. Gray Tells His Story of Irma Brown’s Murder,” Wichita Beacon, Mar. 21, 1902