An officers curious conduct
ATdJ-TlCEITS ATdJ-TlCEITS ATdJ-TlCEITS CURIOUS CONDUCT. DKCLARING A DRUNKEN MAX SOBER AND A -f-OBKR -f-OBKR -f-OBKR -f-OBKR MAN DRCNK. Whether Putroliuan Daab, of the. Eighth lYevinet, w : suffering yeeterday from the heat or whisky, or fiohi the combined efforts of both. Is a problem his fTtperinr officers are now endeavoring to solve, ruid one which the Police Commissioners themstirts will 1 required to shed some lltfht upon. His conduct was ssifllcimly eccentric to call for a searching investigation. Early iu the afternoon he brought Into the Station-house Station-house Station-house Thomas Daly, who claims to be a resident of Albany, and to have been formerly a detective In Pan Kran- Kran- i-'eo. i-'eo. This, man was tn- tn- a state of " beastlv in-tuixication in-tuixication in-tuixication and unable to take care of himself. himself. Sergt. Riley, who was at the desk at the time, abked the officer what charge he had to prefer aguinst his prisoner, and Daab answered that he had none. When asked to explain explain why he had brought the man In, he said that the Roundsman had ordered him to and had threatened threatened to make a complaint against him If he refused. Tlie Sergeant called the attention of the Patrolman to the condition of Daly, who was Ifaulng against the railing, apparently oblivious to what wns going on apouud him. but Daab. Ui-1st Ui-1st Ui-1st ed that the man was tv-ber, tv-ber, tv-ber, and demanded tliat Daly should be discharged. discharged. Sergt . Ri'.ey. however, ordered the man to be hx-ked hx-ked hx-ked up. and Daab, thereupon, with great reluctance, consented to make a charge of intoxication intoxication again-n again-n again-n him. He then left the station ostensibly ostensibly -to -to resume his natrol. but sn after rushed back dragging by ti; collar. Robert Blair, a respectable respectable young man, rf No. J01 Thompson-street, Thompson-street, Thompson-street, I and charged him wilh being drunk and disorderly. Blair was perfectly sober nnd offered no resistance. Sergt. Riley examined him. and finding that he was sober, asked him for his statement. Bluir said that he jwas sitting quietly quietly on the stoop of his residence when Daab tame along, seizod him by the collar and dragged him off to the statioh-house, statioh-house, statioh-house, and had he resisted, would doubtless have clubbed him. The Sergeant refused to hold Blair, whereupon Daab grew white with rage, abnsed and threatened the Sergeant, and as Blair was leaving the station-house station-house station-house seized him Hgain with the intention of dragging hinxpff to some other station for the purpose of having' Llm liH-ked liH-ked liH-ked up. After going a sFior distance, however, he released Blair and returned to his post, Sergt. Riley has made a report o( the conduct of Daab to I'apr. McDonnell, and will to-day to-day to-day prefer a formal complaint of '"conduct unlcomlng an officer " against him 'to the. Police Commissioners. Blair will also prefer a charge against the officer.