Story from page 3 of the 20 Jan 1928 issue of the Scranton Republican

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Story from page 3 of the 20 Jan 1928 issue of the Scranton Republican - PUGLIESE AND BELLO GRILLED BY TROOPERS...
PUGLIESE AND BELLO GRILLED BY TROOPERS Threatening Crowd Collects as Two Men, Taken Off Train in Say re, Arrive in Pittston Post - Mortem Shows .213 Calibre Bullet Fired Into Lillis' Head at Close Range. Special to Thd Republican ' PITTSTON, Jan. 19. Rushed to Wyoming barracks under heavy guard of troopers, police and detectives, for fear of an outbreak of mob violence, Michael Pugliese, 29, 140 South Main street, and Angelo Bello, 29, suspects in the murder of Thomas Lillis, are still under grilling by state police. Picked up in Sayre Pugliese and Bello were picked up knowledge of the shooting of Lillis. by Sayre police in that city this morning on their way to Buffalo, after a check of the miners who attended attended the meeting of employes of m (j Crniv n - hi',h nrpceded the killing, showed thrai to be missing. Both men stubborndly deny all whose bullet - riddled body was found on Railroad street in Browntown at 1 .of) Ti,,r!,v niornin(r and protest protest that they were on their way to Rochester to look for work. Guarded by Chief of Police Mc - ( Continued on Page Sixteen)

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 20 Jan 1928, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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  • Story from page 3 of the 20 Jan 1928 issue of the Scranton Republican

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