Jas Mck robbed 2 July 1874 page 8 col 1

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Jas Mck robbed 2 July 1874
page 8 col 1 - OFFICER OSBORNE'S IDEAS OF POLICE DUTIES. Tba...
OFFICER OSBORNE'S IDEAS OF POLICE DUTIES. Tba floal examination in the case of Officer VTinisni Shaw, of the Twentieth Precinct, charged with robbing Mr. James McKenna of 12.000 on tba ; of the 3d of Jnns, waa held yesterday be fore Joatioa M or can si JsiTeraom Market Police Court. It oceapied over three hours, and waa finally terminated by Justice Morgan committing tba eflioar in fa, 500 bail to stand his tital oa a charge of grand larceny. CoL Charles Speooer appeared as couasel Sot the prosecution, and asked that all the testimony given b reduced to writing. Mr. McKenn waa ajain put on the atand and testified to having received nearly 913,000 under his father's will, and that the f 3,000 stolen from him wss part of the Inherit- , ' , . : .a . vw&. A rwn oer Shaw walking through Twenty-eighth street on the morning ia question. McXenns, appeared to bo Jcaoing for anpport on tbo officer. Klcholaa Judge, the proprietor of the liquor at ore on Twenty-eighth otreet sad Seventh avenaa wbero McEcdds bad bia last bottis of wine, testified that ho left the saloon bout o'clock. Two of Wilson's stsblessea . who partook of the wine also tilled to' lesvinc McKenna on the oorner of Twenty-eighth otreet and Ssreath avaauo. Ho ; walked down la tbo direetioa of' Eighth avenue. . and that ytt tba last tcey SSW Ol nun. umcor uena vi um Twentieth FrcclBCt, wbooo beat adjoined Officer Shaw on the night of the robbery, trot! fled that at 4 o'clock in the asornieg ha met Shaw on the corner of Utath avenue sad Twenty-eighth otreet, when the Utter t..ld him a man hsd accused aim of stealing bis pocket-book with (2,000 ia iu ShswsUotold him the man bad trtren him f 1 SO to take a drink with. Osborne said be met McKenaa in company with two eiwpicioas characters, wslkiag down faehth avenue about 8:30 o Uock on the tin morale g. but thought Cr-eaniroed "by Mr. Spencer t TThat did yon oav to Otticer 8bsw when he told yon of hia being ao- &tU25SrZlM Tssy I "Why. I ld that if It was me be accused I vnnoid maab to hia head with bt duo, and then take him in that a what I said. fauauael.. .rca OIu. en. aai, tors, wuw v end Uws sis net in your line. . Mr. OAoer. what Hid yon say when he told yon of bia receiving " Z j. 7i. a JSZZwirMU1m hi. face be accused me of robbing hlu. 1 bia gentle apecinaSB of our protectors lurtber tated tint he mads no mention ot wbst Sasw asd I,ifl taim to the Captsin. end even after the complaint was made did not make mention of the fact of seeing McKennswiih -twosuspicionsdookiBS cbsjac' e.tarr of whom he knew, however. lie thousht it wa nooe ef hU buaineaa, and so heUd hia Umt ""T vTi -t-k... A, yjr I Minor we bava had . iHlMcr at -- . oaite enough of year testimony. ... .w i , Several other witnesses were examined, but their I tea union r wss of an unimportant character. Coun-erlen bfh aides eummed up the esse at great ieneth. Mr. rVpencerurged strongly tbst Show be kf isVtrwa. a. thaae w,a clear ce against him. Bdeneea waicn a Jury should pass. jtice M ureas, in renoering his dedsiou, aaid in aneeted- McKenns. conrndertBg tbe atatehe . Tbc teeUmoay of Mrs. Bishoa' sis was poal-Jve tS.tah.a- himf-U-g slle-revth. eloshej, of Vi.V-nna whJs he las asleee. He therefore decided lVbe can VurniA bail today. ; plain-t

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 02 Jul 1874, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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