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raid - THIRTEEN CAUGHT IN SUDDEN SWOOP BY CHIEF GRUBB...
THIRTEEN CAUGHT IN SUDDEN SWOOP BY CHIEF GRUBB Aew City Police Chief Aided By State Police tuul Oilier Officers. ' FIFTEEN SEPARATE RAIDS Chlot of Police George L. Grubb, practically completely recovered from the effects ot n fall in which sustained a fracture of the right wrist several weeks ago, demonstrated demonstrated that ho was riot Idle d u r i period o£ confinement by a bis raid Saturday night, in which several places were visited and 13 persons arrested. Data had been carefully collected and considerable evidence gathered recently,'tho clilet working quietly with a sudden descent on tho law violators In mind. It was Che first move of the against the law violators and tho wholesale character of the offensive was Just an inkling of what the police head has in store for any persist In trying to maintain disorderly disorderly places aucl speakeasies. Fifteen men made the raids, striking striking simultaneously about 9 o'clock. Some city officers, aided by four members of tho State police, Ccm- stable B. RotUer and Chief of Tattorson of South Connellsville, made up the vice squadron. Four alleged bootleggers will bo Klvon hearings in court in Uniontown Uniontown and othcrfi were dealt with police court this morning. Some posted forfeits did not appear. Angelo Adamo and Tony Caruso, arrested at 804 West Crawford avenue, avenue, were taken to the county jail this morning. Following their arrest arrest Saturday night they were released released on $1,001) bail cnch for tho next term of court. Yesterday Cesare Pane, the bondsman, withdrew tho bond, and tho offenders were re-ar- reated, bcins sent to Jail today. Caruso, charged with drawing il revolver revolver which he was prevented from tising when Constable Rottler "threw" a six-s.hooter on him, was given a hearing before Police Magistrate Magistrate Wallace for violating the alien gun law. He paid a ?l!f flue and the costs. Tony Roberts, also arrested on l i q u o r charge was tho third arrested on the West Side. Ho will si preliminary hearing b e f o r e Alderman John Wallace on Wednesday evening, beln? released under 51,000 bond. George Jackson, colored, was taken taken to the county Jail this morning d e f a u l t of $1.000 bond. Mrs. George Jackson, colored, w i ot tho prisoner taken to the county iail. forfeited 530, w h i c h had Saturday as a guarantee of her appearance this morning on a charge ut possessing intoxicating liquor. George Betters, operating a restaurant restaurant in Water street, was . charged w i t h violating t h e l i q u m a i n t a i n i n g a disorderly paid $102 50 in l i n o and costs preference to taking the case to r o u r t . Three others were also arrested in Betters' place. Santo Moecl of M u s o n t o w n left a f o r f e i and did not appear for a hearing; Irene Iluey. alias Irene Clark of Scottdale, and Pauline Henderson, who gave no address as her homo, both l e f t forfeits of $12.30 and not appear. Garibaldi Kemello, arrested for possession of intoxicating liquor, l a f o r f e i t of $102.50 and did appear for a hearing. James Betters, also arrested for tho sale of liquor, was given a hearing this morning. Magistrate Wallace Wallace held tho case open, placing man on his good behavior, with throat of being re-arrested and sent to Jail on tho present charge.

Clipped from The Daily Courier05 Apr 1926, MonPage 1

The Daily Courier (Connellsville, Pennsylvania)05 Apr 1926, MonPage 1
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