Mulroy Martin

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Mulroy Martin - Detectives Say Brooklyn Men Accepted Accepted...
Detectives Say Brooklyn Men Accepted Accepted Bets" on Races.".'. Six men charged wth bookmaking were arralgnvd in the Gates Avenue Court. Brooklyn, yesterday. They were arrested at Howard Avenue and Monroe Monroe street Monday by Detectives Masse and Megge of Inspector Formosa's ISth Inspection District, who alleged that the men accept ed bets on the Aqueduct and Havre do Grace races from a number number of persons. Counsel for the accused made a motion motion to dismiss the complaint on the ground that no crime had been committed committed and that there was no written evidence evidence to connect the men with book-making.. book-making.. book-making.. - Magistrate Reynolds held the men In gSOO bail each and reserved decision on t'.e motion to dismiss until Oct. 2. The tdx men are Martin Mulroy. 44, of 2.19 Pulton Street: Henry Mochan. 44. of 2-" 2-" 2-" Palmetto Street; John Lewis-. Lewis-. Lewis-. r-.. r-.. r-.. of 512 Galea Avenue; Walter S. Weld. 4."), of 38 Chauncey Street: Charles Jensen. 47. of 13 Grove Street, and Louis r!eckes. 32. of 1.0.MJ Putnam Ave nue, ail of urooklyn. !

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 24 Sep 1919, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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