Portsmouth, Ohio, July 15, 1916: Detective Murray Taylor...

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Portsmouth, Ohio, July 15, 1916: Detective Murray Taylor...  - Spuriu strangers weeks Book, WANTED ON CHARGE...
Spuriu strangers weeks Book, WANTED ON CHARGE OF STEALING BRASS her Detectives J. It Hurdman and Murray Taylor, Norfolk and Western Western railroad, with headquarters at Columbus, arrived in the city Friday to make arrangements with Prosecuting Prosecuting Attorney Joseph T. iliekleth- wait nnd Sheriff E. W. Smith for tlie extradition of two prisoners from the Kentucky state penitentiary, Frankfort, to this city, to stand trial on a ehurgc of stealing brass. Detective Hardmnn stated Friday that the two men, giving- the names Leonard Nichols nnd TTome'r Snyder, were arrested July o at - ^faysvillc, Ky., and taken to Morohead, Ky., ^o! be tried on charges of breaking jail and indictments charging them with stealing brass from the Chesapeake and Ohio railway. On July 1, 1915, the officers allege that the two men stole USD pounds of bro-jo from tho ^Norfolk and Western Western railway. The prisoners will complete complete their sentences at the 'Kentucky 'Kentucky institution July 19, tins year, and it is the intention of tlie detectives detectives to have the governor pass upon the papers secured here Friday and re-arrest the men aud bring them to Scioto county to stand trial.

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  1. Portsmouth Daily Times,
  2. 15 Jul 1916, Sat,
  3. Page 13

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