Liquor arrests - Rum seizure 1929
a a damages state approved the the in a the . S. Qrand Jury Indicts Fatty Owens and Harry McCarthy in Rum Seizure Indictments were returned by I Kirk's group found him asleep ie federal grand Jury In Knunton esterday against Theodore (Fatty) wens and Harry McCarthy of Gal- eaton. Each was charged wllh muggllng. Irnnsportatlon and pos ssfon of liquor, all growing out o ie seizure by Sheriff R. E. Kir n May 4 of a Iruck load of grain cohol at Roseland Night: Club. McCarthy, arrested when Sherif the" dry dock pay that morning, IB aJ- 28-YEAR TERM FOR TEZAS CITY HOLDUP IS SECOND FOR DEFENDANT, . For the second lime In the Ihllly- odd years of his life, Johnny Mnrlfn sal In a court room yeaterduy morning and heard a jury of twelve men pronounce lilm guilty of hank robbery and sentence him to n long Iruck whllo thrr wnro FPÂ»kln~ the bandits In "Â·-' Â·-- 'Â· Â· * roll robbery of _ ready under IndYctmcnt'on'ft Dean Â·law charge. Owens had not been sewed with a warrant for arrest last night. County Attorney Owen D. would not say last night what disposition would be made of McCarthy's McCarthy's case In view of the federal federal Indiclmenl. ' r . he alcohol seized by Sheriff i r u wa .l ln "w-CTllon tins and a I bore the mark of a Netherlands dlsllller. Pucrlo Barrios and Belize la Â£!l..?!f?.. w ?5?. on *!Â« containers, tho In J had boi;n P_ f f|tÂ» Bayou and was resll'ng in Ihe^hado at Ibc night club when he waa found. Sheriff Kirk nnd his party had gone to nosclnnd following a tin that the bandlls who look the 400 dry dock pay roll the morning of May 4 were hiding In the nood. The tip was unconfirmed, 'h* Houston federal grand Jury un J! wUTM"""! yesterday after 110 Indictments. There were scv- jr,? 1 narcotics and Immigration Jills the bulk, however, being nl- etfedrllquor offenscn. .