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john chalmers - Two-Day County One Murder, 13 Liquor Cases...
Two-Day County One Murder, 13 Liquor Cases Listed For October Term of Court ' GEORGETOWN. Oct. 4 The Grand Jury of Sussex county, after being in session for two days, concluded concluded its work last night, after establishing establishing a record in returning indictments. indictments. In all there were 71 true bills. Indictments were returned as follows: follows: Willard N. Deputy, Broadkiln district, six counts, issuing worthless checks; Nicholas P. Cimmino, Sea-ford Sea-ford Sea-ford district, five counts, issuing worthless checks; Walter D. Hopkins, of Millsboro. murder of Clarence Handy, on July 22; Andrew and Rose Crisco, Northwest Fork district, each charged with illegal possession; George E. Bailey, Little Creek district, possession of one-half one-half one-half pint of whiskey; whiskey; Roland Smart, Seaford district, having two-thirds two-thirds two-thirds of gallon of whiskey whiskey in his possession; Robert P. Hawkins, Little Creek district, possession possession of one and a half pints of whiskey; Elmer Carroll, near Del-mar, Del-mar, Del-mar, having In possession three-fourths three-fourths three-fourths of a half-pint half-pint half-pint of whiskey; Lee West, Little Creek district, ten gallons of corn and rye mash in his possession; John Chalmers, Northwest Northwest Fork district, possession of 96 bottles of home brew; Edward Records, Records, Little Creek district, possession of four bottles of home brew; Richard Richard T. Hudson. Broadkiln district, manufacture of 20 gallons and possession possession of 48 bottles of home brew beer; Joseph Copeland, iLttle Creek district, possession of five half-pints half-pints half-pints of whiskey; whiskey; Harley Johnson, Indian River district, manufacture of 10 gallons and possession of home brew; Leroy Jackson, Jackson, Seaford, posession of seven pints of home brew: Jesse N. Reed, Cedar Creek district, posession of eight quarts of home brew; Louis Burton, Little Creek district, transporting two pints of whiskey;; George p. Towns-end, Towns-end, Towns-end, Baltimore district, beating his wife, Mrs. Georgia E. Townsend, and desertion and non-support non-support non-support of three minor children; David R. Reside. Little Little Creek district, two charges of obtaining obtaining money under false pretenses. j

Clipped from The Morning News05 Oct 1933, ThuPage 3

The Morning News (Wilmington, Delaware)05 Oct 1933, ThuPage 3
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