C Eugene Moul flees sheriff-Dec 1950

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C Eugene Moul flees sheriff-Dec 1950 - Lands In Jail After Fleeing Sheriff C. **«*...
Lands In Jail After Fleeing Sheriff C. **«* M«U. Bate Station, w« innocent of a worthless check Judge might Sfaeely also be possible noted other that it charges could be brought on the offense. Tlie jury returned with its verdict of costg on p a c t t e Moul was from his truck. Shultz took him to the truck where it appeared that the pills could net be found. The sheriff returned Moul to the i justice's office in the Murphy build- in Adams county court Mon- £*£ v ^^^^0 ^ pSToed **- ^ they were startins up the . ,, .- : : _ * _ T ' m PZ* immediately ana was piacea lrf . ,,,,.,.-,, A*TM.! ipan«i «vor «jvin^ then imirediately of cheating by \ about i to obtain b*fl on that charge Then ; be decided to run away. j He was cbawd twice by Sheriff! Done? J. Shultz. and finally wound ; »ip to jaa, scheduled to face several. i^g f or 1,55 bondso^an and the dis- Eecrioa wlth j Baltimore street, with the sheriff of toe Jin pursuit. Taken before Justice of the Peace H Basehore Moul, ·srMie wait- The chase continued around Lin- I** 3 * 11 Sq" 33 * to Chambersburg street ;and Mou! ran west on Chambers- to the alley. By this time he had While the chase was going on Mrs. Charles Hess, Sr., who -was staying at the home of her son in the first block Of South Washington street, was feeding Charles Junior Hess's children, 12-year-old Nancy, 2*2 -year-old Patricia and one and a half year old Terry. They were awaiting the arrival Junior Hess from his of Charles work as a charges in connection : tret attorney to conclude their dis- i bur S street, with the sheriff shout' shout' " wifil the attempt to escape. Moul's busy morning began at f:30 o'clock when his trial OR a. worthless check charge began. As soon «s all testimony was completed, ; 3oor ; cussion, :old the sheriff he \vas ill , ing *° alon S toe street to and akec to be taken to the men's ;»»» the fugitive. A number of peo- -0022. ,ple attempted to grab Moul, but he In the mens room on the second !uded them. ________ ______ Murphy building, he j Ar Christ Lutheran church Moul about 11:20 o'clock, the court direct- asked liie sheriff to go back to the ;ran across the lawn of the church «i the jurv to bring in a verdict of = jus*:ce's oSce and get a not guilty and to decide who should he coi^d drink some water. pay the costs. The man was charged ; When the sheriff stepped out of \ with issuing a worthless check on jihe bathroom to get the glass. Moul j September 24^ 1949, 10 purchase a - bolted down the stairs from the ; $000 car from LereWs garage, East ! second fioor and the sheriff gave " Berlin, but the check was dated j chase. That Bight went south on = September 28, 1S49. The court qaot- ; Baltimore street and around the ' ed~ several opinions showing that : corner 011 West Middle street be- , when a check is postdated a charge fore the sheriff caught up with Moul of issuing a worthless check on a who told the sheriff he was sick and specific date cannot be sustained, said he planned to get some pills · clerk in the City Market. Suddenly the front door opened and a man came into the front room and sat down on a sofa. Mrs. Hess went to the living room and the the man asked if he could have an alka -seltzer. The sheriff meanwhile ran down the alley to South Washington street- glass so gotten ahead of the sheriff, but j Charles Junior Hess, who had ·persons along the street kept tell- |just about reached home when he ing the sheriff! "He went that way." "saw Moul run into his house, called to the sheriff, "He went in here," and held the door open for the sheriff to enter the borne." The sheriff grabbed Moul and took from the house. Mrs. Hess said did not have time to answer question before the sheriff appeared and nabbed him. The children not see the intruder. Moul was placed in jail in of bail on the cheating by false pretense charge, his bondsman having changed his mind after Moul attempted to escape. In addition ! was in jail for failure to pay i costs in the bad check case. And the sheriff added that by Monday afternoon Moul will also face some charges of attempting escape the law -- filed by the personally. j Jury members in the Moul case Our Sparkling Holiday Hair - Do! ROTH J E 5 York Street Hanover, Pa. INVITE YOU

Clipped from News Comet08 Dec 1950, FriPage 14

News Comet (East Berlin, Pennsylvania)08 Dec 1950, FriPage 14
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