Edward M Pernod Marion OH Weekly Star 7 Sep 1912 Steals from Railroad
IE DETECTIVE III Pltads Guilty To Stealing from Brit Company. BREAKS DOWN WHEN HE CONFESSES OT7ILT Detective Edward M. Pernod li Fined Â»25 and Costs and I Vlf mimed oo Â» Promise To Pay. MM Saj-s He IÂ» in Bafl Qrcum- sumces--A Surprise. Charged with stealing from tbe Brie Railroad company, by which road he wÂ»Â» employed ac a. detective, Edward M. Pernod, a well-known ball piaj'Â«r and a veteran ol tbe SpÂ»niÂ»h-AmÂ«r!can war, wag arraigned In the court of Justice Charles E. Gompf, Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock. He broke down and cried, pleaded guilty to the charge placed againBt him by his superior, Charle* Mullery. captain of Erie detectlvei. The man was fined 125 and cost*. He arranged to pay and wat releaied. Pernod begged the juatiee to keep the news of his arreet out of the newspapers. "I will be disgraced forever," he aaid. "1 am In hard luck." One of the Italian* employed bj the Erie tipped off to Captain Mullery that Detective Pernod was stealing. Juliana bad been accused of stealing from box carl. A search warrant wÂ«* procured by Captain Mullery and Pernod'* borne on Olney avenue was searched. He had on stolen shoes when arrested and confessed to stealing two pairs of hose and a mirror, Pernod Â«ame to Marlon from Columbus and has been employed by the Erie Railroad company several months. He was a substitute catcher for the Marlon team la tbe Ohio State league.