Clipped From The Daily Reporter
at 216 W 3rd st. A hole had been punched after a police patrol at 3. ign By JACKCARPENTER Two innocent pleas were entered, four attorneys were appointed and two men remanded to county jail during arraignments arraignments Monday before Common Pleas C'ourt Judge Raymond Rice. Hiawatha King. 35, of RD 2, New Philadelphia, counseled by Atty Arthur Cunningham, and Bernard Kggelston. 47. of Columbus, represented by Atty Robert Mowbray. pleaded innocent They are charged with one count of house breaking and three counts of concealing concealing stolen property stemming from the March 16 burglary at the Dale Porcher Porcher home at Newcomerstown, in which guns valued at $5000 were stolen. $5000 bond and Eggleston was returned to jail under $5000 bond. Uhrichsville Atty. John Reed was appointed appointed to counsel Martin Huprich, 43, of 623 West st., Newcomerstown, who said he could not afford an attorney because they want too much money. Huprich is charged with shooting with intent to wound. His indictment results from an incident in NewruiiHTStown last Feb. 16 when Lester (lam-tson Jr. of 439 Martin Luther King dr . Newcomerstown, Newcomerstown, said Huprich fired five shots from a 38 caliber revolver. Rice appointed Atty. Robert Mowbray to represent James Day. 23, of 408 Front av. S\V, New Philadelphia, who was indicted indicted for burglary and grand larceny. King was released on a continuing He was stopped last March 2 by Dover police for a traffic check and they found tools in the auto truck which Day admitted admitted taking in a breakin at Puritan Laundry Laundry and Dry Cleaning on 6th st. SW in New Philadelphia. Day. a lather of four children, was returned returned to jail under $2000 bond. Arraignments for James Rennicker, of 224 K High, New Philadelphia, and Kenneth Lorenz of RD 1, Newcomer- stinvn. both indicted for non-support, were continued until next Monday at 10 a.m. They were released on their own recognizance. Rice appointed Atty. Joseph Tripodi to represent Rennicker and Atty. F.J. Fitz- patrk'k to counsel Lorenz. The state was represented by assistant Prosecutor Kenneth Ferrell.