|Name: ||Alveeta Treon|
|Address: ||1721 Catalpha [ sic. ] St. — Springfield, Missouri|
|Type of Contact: ||Telephone|
Alveeta Treon, who worked as a telephone operator at Dallas City hall on Nov. 22, 1963, had told me on a prior occassion [ sic. ] , that on the night of the assassination, a man called the Dallas Police Department several times and wanted to report that there was a second assassin but she said that the P.D. dismissed it as a prank call. Mrs. Treon told me that she copied the information down and would try to locate it and call me. On this date, she called and stated that the man that called never gave his name, but he gave the name of the man that he said was the second assassin. The man's name was David Miller and that he fired the second shot. He carried the rifle with him when he exited out of the rear exit of the TSBD. David Miller then left in a car bearing Texas license plates T W 1784. This car was reportedly listed to David Miller's wife Mildred. Mrs. Treon stated that the original notes she took are in her hand writing and we may have them if wanted.
|Signature: ||Harold A. Rose|