HELD IN NEW ORLEANS ON SWINDLING CHARGE - Lieut. Robert Sidebottom, Chief of detectives,

received a telegram from Inspector of Police W. J. O'Connor of New Orleans about 1:30 o'clock this morning stating that C. L. Lambert, wanted here on a charge of swindling Mose Underberg, a Broad street pawn broker, out of about $700, was arrested in New Orleans and would be held until particulars were sent. Underberg stated yesterday to the police that Lambert told him that he had money... and he had cashed for him $200 in worthless checks. Underberg also stated that he had given him a...

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HELD IN NEW ORLEANS ON SWINDLING CHARGE -
Lieut. Robert Sidebottom, Chief of detectives, -

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  1. The Tennessean,
  2. 29 Mar 1908, Sun,
  3. Page 3

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  • HELD IN NEW ORLEANS ON SWINDLING CHARGE - Lieut. Robert Sidebottom, Chief of detectives, — received a telegram from Inspector of Police W. J. O'Connor of New Orleans about 1:30 o'clock this morning stating that C. L. Lambert, wanted here on a charge of swindling Mose Underberg, a Broad street pawn broker, out of about $700, was arrested in New Orleans and would be held until particulars were sent. Underberg stated yesterday to the police that Lambert told him that he had money... and he had cashed for him $200 in worthless checks. Underberg also stated that he had given him a...

    luisdupont – 11 Jun 2016