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sussmeiy mm i7i INDIUMS Largest Number of True Bills Ever Returned at One Term SENTENCE IMPOSED IN SEVERAL CASES GEORGETOWN, Del.. Oct. 4 (Special). The grand Jury of Sussex County, after being in session for two days, concluded their work early last night, after establishing a record for the county in returning indictment for one term of court. In all there were 71 true bills. Indictments were returned yesterday, yesterday, as follows: Willard N. Deputy, Broad kiln District, six counts, issuing issuing worthless checks; Nicholas P. Cimmlno, Sea ford, five counts, issuing issuing worthless checks; Walter D. Hopkins, of Mllkboro, murder of Clarence Handy in that town. by stabbing him with a knife, on July 22; Andrew and Rose Crlsco, Northwest Northwest Fork District, each charged with having twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five gallons of intoxicating wine in their posserskm on September 16: Oeorge E. Bailey, Roland Smart, Robert P. Hawkins, Elmer Carroll, John Chalmers. Edward Edward Records. Richard T. Hudson. Joseph Copeiand. Harley Johnson. Jesse N. Reed, Louis Burton, liquor charges; George P. Townsend, beating beating his wife; David R. Reside, two charges of obtaining money under false pretenses. Stewart Evans, from Philadelphia, arrested on July 31. at Bndgev'Ue. on a charge of stealing a watch and spectacle case from the home of Daniel Melson. was convicted and sentenced to serve two months in the Sussex County Jail. One year In the Susrex County Jail w-as w-as w-as the sentence imposed on Jerome Heath. Indicted for having stolen ten chickens. Joseph Coleman was sentenced to serve two years In the county Jail when he pleaded guilty to a charge of assault and battery. Edwin . Welch, of Deimar, charged with stealing $35 from Howard Maddox. of that town, was acquitted by a Jury. Wiley Blango. or Laurel. Indicted on a charge of beating his wife. pleaded guilty and was sentenced to serve four months in the county Jail here. Norman Waters, colored, who at the last term of court was convicted on a charge or larceny and whose sentence expired on November 9. pleaded guilty to breaking jail and vras sentenced to serve ten days ad ditional.

Clipped from The News Journal04 Oct 1933, WedPage 16

The News Journal (Wilmington, Delaware)04 Oct 1933, WedPage 16
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