John Acree and Roy J Abbott continued.
Brothers (Continued from Page 1-B) the floor with a wound to head. The deputy said Acre* Ab- bott told him he then got brother and left the cabin, turning the following morning to check on Mitchum and ing him lying dead in the position they had left him. Judge Light dismissed the charge against Roy Abbott view of the evidence he was Â·sleep. Brothers Jesse L. Dalton, and Jake Dalton, 22, their cousin, Denwood Lee Dalton, 26, and Douglas Worley, 21, were charged with .rape ol Shirley Aliff, 24, when the court session began. Before it was o v e r charge against Denwood Dal- ton had been dismissed since he had been erroneously iden- tified as having been in the party when he wasn't. Shirley Mae Aliff, 24, ol Lynchburg, testified she was staying with her sister at when, on July 31, Jake picked her up at her sister's home. Instead of g o i Lynchburg as'he had told he would, he drove to a at Brights, stopping along way to pick up three other young men, including Jesse Dalton and Douglas Worley, she testified. At the house, man raped her, she said. She admitted having dated Jake Dalton and Worley night before and having tary intercourse with each. Dalton brothers and Worley admitted being with the girl the night in question and knowledged h a v i n g with her but denied this done without her consent. Judge Light amended the rape warrants to assault battery and fined each of three men $10 and gave 30 days in jail with haH suspended. Each noted an