April 17 1932

judith_lawson Member Photo

Clipped by judith_lawson

April 17 1932 - B' ·/« 9% 7% 7*. «,i ',j i ' 4 3 4 4 TRIAL...
B' ·/« 9% 7% 7*. «,i ',j i ' 4 3 4 4 TRIAL DATES FIXED IN CRIMINAL CASES Complete List of Indictments Returned in Intermediate Court is Announced The following is the complete list indictments for felonies returned by the Kanawha county grand jury the April term of intermediate with the trial dates set in several cases: J. L. Criner, murder of Hack Ingram, Ingram, set for April 25; Otis Jones murder of Russell Mitchell. April Mollie Miller, murder of Richmond Miller May 5; William Price, alias Pumpkin Bill Price. Bill Bruce, Icy Bruce and Roy James, murder May Stone, May 16. Evcrmont Adkins, breaking and entering and larceny. May ID; Harry Adkins. Wilbur Hancock and Buddy Hancock, breaking and entering and larceny; Seth Adkins, larceny of four cases, April 20; W. G. Adkins. 2'i embezzlement from Mutual Credit company; Lawspn Amos and John Houchins. breaking and entering larceny, four cases; Carter Anderson, breaking and entering and larceny, April 18: Howard Beasley and Conley, larceny of jewelry from Jewelry company. Kenneth Beasley. felonious assault on Bernard Arnold: Kenneth Beasley. attempt to kill Audrey Mathcny; Berry, felonious assault on R. R. sell. April 27; Ben Blair and Fred Ramsey, breaking and entering and *''· larceny, April 25; Ben Blair. Hoyt Gibson, Oron Carney and Lowell sa'.i, rett. April 25; Lon Branham and Branham, moonshine still. May 16; A. Charley Brown, armed robbery 3. B. Hardin: Carl Brown and Dunnagan. breaking and entering "arceny. Aiding Felon to Escape Frank Bowe. Ocil Fisher and Hudnall. moonshine still; Silman Burdette, accessory after fact in assisting "clon to escape: Lucille Burkhardt. bad checks; W. S. Burks. Jr., ion stolen auto. May 6; Robert vcll. breaking and entering and larceny; John Caldwcll. embezzlement of $37.09 from James White; Floyd Campbell, felonious assault on C. Ray: Warren Chittum. felonious as- ault on Albert Rent. April 2B; Clark and Sanford Kirk, breaking entering and larceny; Walter Cobb, ireaking and entering and larceny; 'barley Coleman and Fred Chappeil, jreaking and entering and larceny, wo cases. Charles Collins, shooting Wilbur Jurdcttc; Laura Cottrill and Pauline Cottrill. forgery; Levear Cottrell. lar- eny of auto; Granville Crouch, obbcry of L. S. Shoe: Walter irmed robbery of F. H. Hazeltinc: riydc Dennins, Wilbur Hastings and "icorge Daniel, breaking and entering nd larceny: Otis Fields and Tilmnn Field*, breaking and entering and arceny. May 5; Earl Frame, larceny f auto: Odessa Freeman, attempt to ill Olden Swift; Harry Fore, moon-1 nine still. j Alford Fry. moonshine still: Ora Galloway, felonious assault; Harol'l Gillcspic, forgery, two cases; Earl i Green and Tim Leece. larceny of Lee Green alias Lee Myers. arm».*d \ robbery of Charley Woo; George Gurley. malicious wounding of E. N. George Hackney and Oley Hackney, larceny of sheep from L. M. Fields; W. W. Hanshaw. larceny of auto: i D. Hall, bad check: A. C. Harm, check' Carl Thomas and Fred Arnold, larceny of clothing from Tcenn Cain; Dallis Harris, 1 a r c c n v of April 25. , A t t e m p t to Kill Casr j Lawrence Harris, attempt to kill ' Mont Cavender and felonious assault on Mont Cavender: Harold D. Haze, breaking and entering and' larceny: Robbie Hill, felonious assault jn George Hill; T. Edward Hill, embezzlement embezzlement of $25.487.52: J. B. Holmjs. forgery; Buck Hutchmson. possession of stolen property; Ruth Jeffries, forgery, two cases: H. M. Johnson, felonious assault on James EHem; j j | j ' . --.. -- ,.,..^., Harvey Kane, shootit'u: .Iviiiils Knight*- son; Gould Kcathly and S o u t h Keathly. forgery, three cases: Walter Larwood. Jr.. larceny of S*-,i from Cash Discount company: Calvin LL"4g and Leo Kidd. larceny of birycle; Charles Lensford. larceny of chickens fiorn John Nagy; Charles Lensford. Mrs. Charles Lens-ford and Pe.irl Gardner, larceny of chickens from Hewett Cabell. May 12; Davis Linken- augcr and W. S. Burks. Jr.. larceny auto; George Love. In caking and terms Blue Moon cafe; Ed Max. forgery, five cases: V i r g i l E. Mn ' iel. bad check: Owen McGrath. ing C. O. f r e i g h t train: Million, breaking and entering and larceny. Charles Meadows and Lewis Woous. bi caking and entering and laiccny. and possession of stolen goods, Apnl 1U: Burdettc Miller and Samuel Adams, forgery; W. C. Miller. John Gregory and Dyke Campbell, hi caking caking and entering and larceny; Russell Morris larceny of auto; Charles V Mullett and Fred Hatficld, armed robbery of C. C. Litton; Bill O'Brien, larceny of auto tires: Pat O'Brien, breaking and entering and larceny: Oley Parsons possession of stolen property and larceny: Isaac Pauley, possession of .stolen property. Rufus Penn. felonious assault on H. Stanficld; Eugene Pcnnington and Ethel Pennington, breaking and «'iitc.'i iiic and larceny; Ike Peterson, felonious felonious assault on Ernest Collins: F. W Pierson. bad check: James Pierson. larceny of auto: William Price. Charley Charley Bruce. Bill Bruce and Roy'.lame;, arson: Ellis Pritt and Bad Eye Vantv. larceny. May 4: Dominiek Rcnicn, larceny: Guy Reveal, possession (.1 stolen property, April 23; Elihu Rhonemus. Rhonemus. highway robbery and larceny: John Paul Robinson, felonious assault, assault, on John Robinson.

Clipped from
  1. The Charleston Daily Mail,
  2. 17 Apr 1932, Sun,
  3. Page 10

judith_lawson Member Photo

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in