Theft of Antifreeze Results in Two Larceny Charges
ar IDS., is re a registered a of the registered was Theft of Antifreeze Results in Two Larceny Charges Investigation into the theft of two city parking meters has led to recovery of antifreeze, oil and sparkplugs taken from the burned out Beck Motors' building on Fuller. Two men are in the county charged with grand .larceny as result of investigations conducted by Sheriff Dave Middlemas, Police Chief John E. Fred and Detective James L. Williams. County Attorney Gerald L. Crowley has charged James Mclntosh, 35-yetr-old laborer, with theft of 29 gallons of antifreeze, 37 quarts of oil, one gallon of oil and spark plugs from the Beck Motors' building March 24. A 20-year-old youth is charged with stealing two city parking meters March 27, one from a on Broadway near Jackson and other on Main at the foot of Broadway. Bond on Mclntosh has been at $500 by District Judge Victor H. Fall. Witnesses listed on the information are 'Middlemas, Williams, Williams, Deputy Sheriff Jack Walsh, Vera Mclntosh and Everett Real. District Judge George W. Padbury, tustnct judge ueorge w. ^Jr., set bond on the youth at s Witnesses listed are Mrs. Harriet!TM Loranz, Williams and Police John E. Fred. Helena high John E. Fred. Fred and Williams went to an outbuilding at the Mclntosh place on Miller Sunday afternoon with Mclntosh to recover the parking meters. As they passed through upper room into the basement, Williams noted a stack of antifreeze and motor oil cans. Later in the afternoon, the were talking to Middlemas, who said he was looking for Mclntosh a case involving antifreeze. Williams Williams said he had seen the cans. The sheriff and detective obtained a search warrant from Justice of Peace Ja.nes C. Clarke, again to the Mclntosh residence and seized the antifreeze, oil and spark- plugs.