The Wigwam Saloon in Winslow, Arizona proved to be good and bad for a local lawman. In April 1905, Navajo County Deputy Pete Pemberton took out after two cowboys robbed the saloon. The posse left one of the badmen dead and another severely wounded.
Just seven months later, Pemberton was drunk in the same Wigwam establishment. For some reason, he shot and killed Winslow Marshal Bob Giles. Pemberton was convicted in death and sentenced to 25 years at Yuma Prison—but he apparently got out much earlier due to his reputation and good behavior.