Dorothy Ann Walden, The Pantagraph, Bloomington, Illinois, Tuesday, March 6, 1956, Page 3

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Dorothy Ann Walden, The Pantagraph, Bloomington, Illinois, Tuesday, March 6, 1956, Page 3 - Youths Arrested In Vacant Church Fined $22,...
Youths Arrested In Vacant Church Fined $22, Costs Eight youths, ranging in age from 14 to 18 years, were each fined 522 and costs Monday on charges of disturbing the peace. They were then released. The youths were arrested by the McLean County sheriff's department department Saturday night after a call from Francis Adams about vandals vandals who Mr. Adams thought were then in the Blooming Grove The church is not currently in 5106,-000 use. as inquest mstant-y he the in The Hic-key,' Hic-key,' Her- Her- Heard Hammering Mr. Adams, who lives near the church, reportedly heard sounds similar to hammering issuing from the building. When arrested the youths had in their possession three bottles of wine and one bottle of whisky- whisky- all partly consumed, officials said. According to the sheriff's de partment, they admitted having previously been in the building, This corroborated previous reports of vandalism in and around the church. Julia Riddle, 18, of 703 S. East St. and Dorothy Walden. 18. of 608 W. Indiana St. forfeited 522 1 fines Monday when they failed to; 1 t c -t -t 4 : f appeax oeiore ousui.e ui rcan: Al Grabs. Both had been released on bond early Sunday morning. Assessed Fines Mr. Grabs Monday lined the following following youths 522 apiece: Sum mers Bennett, 18, Chanute Air Force Base: Delores Frank. 18, of 608 E. Jackson St.: David Keen, 18. R. R. 2: David Van Note, 18 of 710 E. Bell St. Keen and van Note were returned to county jail in lieu of their fines and the others were released. A 17 year old Chanute Air Force airman with the group was also fined 522 and released. The 14 year old Bloomington girl was sched uled to appear before Mr. Grabs at 4 today. Keen, who was sent to St Charles in 1934 on a delinquency charge, is also being held for parole violation. (The Pantograph does not use the names of youths under 18 years of age when it is a first offense unless the seriousness seriousness of the charge makes it in the public interest to do so. This explains why some names are not used in this story. Editor.) of

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