Warren Earp was in and out of trouble for nearly 20 years after the OK Corral fight and the Vendetta Ride. In 1893, living in Yuma, Arizona, Warren threatened a musician called Professor Behrens, who Earp believed had stolen his woman. Warren cornered him on a bridge between California and Arizona. He threatened to kill the music man unless he gave him money. Behrens forked over $25 and went free.
Earp was arrested and jailed in Yuma. But he was able to prove that the assault occurred on the California side of the bridge and was released.