Thomas J Glass Accident 1935, Page 3 A

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Thomas J Glass Accident 1935, Page 3 A - BT.TTEFIELD HIT-SKIP DRIVER OF DEATH GAR IS L...
BT.TTEFIELD HIT-SKIP DRIVER OF DEATH GAR IS L (Continued from Page One) Is understood, docs not drive n car and Sarver frequently drove for him. Another Tip The officers returned to Bluefleld. In the meantime another "tip" was received that the car had-been seen parked at Bluestone Junction. Oscar Mitchell, Mercer county deputy Sheriff; accompanied by H. II. Matthews, Matthews, Tazewell county police officer, officer, and Walter Breckenridgc, ot Bluefleld, Va., left for Bluestone, but on their arrival the car had been taken away. They continued into Pocahontas and there enlisted the aid of Chief of Police Eckdall and Deputy Sheriff Shumate and the officers officers returned to Falls Mills. They located the car and Paul Server. A brief lnterogatlon of Sarver Is eald to have brought forth a full confession In. *hlch he declared that he was the driver and sole occupant of the machine at the time ot the accident. Later he told officers that he had motored to Bluefleld, W. Va., Sunday night to drive a daughter of Dr. Kahle home, but after arriving In the city had learned she already had departed for home, having gone In another machine. Sarver was returning returning home when Mr. and Mrs. Glass were run down. Sarver said he continued on to Falls Mills before he stopped. Extra Horn When questioned concerning the horn which had been replied on the machine, Sarver told the officers that he had an extra horn. Following his arrest, Sarver was taken to Bluefleld, Va., as was the automobile which he was driving when Mr. and Mrs. Glass were struck. Thomas P. Coon, a Bluefleld, Va., officer and who Is a first cousin of young Sarver, recalled last evening that on Monday of this week he had picked up Sarver aa ho was going to work. Coon said that after Snrver had seated hlmselt In the car he asked If the officers had learned the name of the driver of the car which

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  1. Bluefield Daily Telegraph,
  2. 21 Feb 1935, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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