WILLIAM T. MEADE ARRESTED FOR CARRY PISTOL
MAYOR ARRESTED For Violation of the Johnson Pistol Law William Mead, mayor of Kermifc was arrested on a JN r . & W. passenger passenger train at Naugatuck Sunday on a charge of carrying a pistol. The arrest was made at the instance of William-Workman and other citizens citizens of Kcrmit, who declared that they had seen the butt of a bi<r revolver revolver extending from his hip pocket. An oflicer who was called aboard tho train at A'augatuck, made, the. arrest. When Mead was searched the revolver was found on his person, person, and he was taken to Wi I ham- son to answer the charge of'violat- ing the Johnson law.