Clipped From The Daily Reporter
Phila area resident placed on probation Hiawatha King, 35, of RD 2, New Philadelphia, was placed on four years probation Monday by Common Pleas Court Judge Raymond Rice for receiving stolen goods. King was indicted by the April grand jury for aiding Bernard Eggelston, 47, of Columbus in the March 16 burglary at the Dale Porcher home on RD 2, Newcomerstown, in which guns valued at $5000 were stolen. King, represented by Atty. Arthur Cunningham, pleaded innocent last May, but changed his plea to guilty three weeks later to the third count. The court directed no action for the other three counts of aiding and abetting a daytime breaking and entering arid two counts of receiving or concealing stolen property. King said he was implicated in the theft by carrying boxes from the Porcher home not knowing that they contained stolen property. Rice sentenced Eggelston to the Ohio Penitentiary last month for concealing stolen property. The state was represented by Prosecutor George Demis. Mammoth Jupiter Jupiter is 484 million miles from the sun and is larger than all the other planets put together.