Policeman Uhl

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Policeman Uhl - AFTER POLICEMAN UHL The Mim ami the Waniiin Who...
AFTER POLICEMAN UHL The Mim ami the Waniiin Who Say lie Clubhca Them Will Mnke a Complaint To-Day. William Mullor, of No. 186 Stockton street, Brooklyn, and Mrs. Lizzie Michaels, Michaels, his neighbor, who say they were brutally clubbed by Policeman Uhl when near their homes on Saturday night, will go before Commissioner Welles to-day and mako a complaint against tho policeman, policeman, Muller will take with his his little, daughter mary, who Is said to have been so badly clubbed at the same timo that she was too 111 .yesterday to leave her bed. Muller, who la a consumptive, declares ho was trying to rescue his child from a crowd when tho policeman set upon him without any cause whatever. whatever. Mrs. Michaels asserts she was holding tho policeman's eoat lightly, and was begging him not to boat Muller, ox- Plaining he was un Invalid, when she, too, was clubbed. Mrs. Michaels flays further that Capt. Early, of tho Hamburg Avenue Station- House, sent for her and called her u "farmer" for Intefcrrlng with the policeman, policeman, and questioned her closely as to tho story of abuse she had told In court. Capt. Early made a report yesterday to Commissioner Wei lea, In which ho says i that Uhl did his duty; that Muller was fighting drunk; that tho woman clung to the policeman, and that'no clubbing waa done. ! Commissioner Welles says he will look Into tho matter as soon as the complaints complaints aro made. |

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  1. The World,
  2. 21 Oct 1897, Thu,
  3. Page 14

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