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David Ford Arrested for sale of narcotics

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David Ford Arrested for sale of narcotics - Defendant Agrees To Extradition Chicagoan Was...
Defendant Agrees To Extradition Chicagoan Was Arrested In SJ The Fifth District cpurl, Berrien county, was notified Thursday that a Chicagoan arrested Jaii. 20 in south St. Joseph was being (urncd over to Illinois authorities to face prosecution on a drug charge. Assistant B c r r i e n prosecutor Qucntin Fulchcr, in a letter to the court, said Michael Reese, 28, had agreed to the extradition. Reese, two other men and women were arrested by Bcr- rien county sheriff's deputies on charges of possession of marijuana and larceny from a building after a service station attendant reported $15 missing from a cash register. The p o s s e s s i o against Reese and James Eddie Dukes, 21, of route 1 South Haven were dismissed by the court earlier. Arrested with the two were Charles Winston, 19, Chicago; Mabel Janice Taylor, 21, and Allice Fayc Jordan, 19, both of 424 Elkenbcrg street, South Haven. The two women were released later without charge. In other action in Fifth District court in St. Joseph township. David Linden Ford, 18, of Berrien Springs was bound over to circuit court on charge of sale of narcotics. Bond was lowered from $5,000 to $2,000. Bound over to circuit court a charge of larceny in a building was David Edward Hawks (alias Hampton) of route one, box 1989 John Beers road, Stevensville. Bond was set at $500. A charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle was dismissed on the motion of the prosecutor against Alva Pen- ninglon, of 312 'Church street, St. Joseph. Curtis Lambrccht, 45, of route' 2, Box 560, Hagar Shore, Coloma, pleaded innocent to a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol. Bond was set at $100. Three young men demanded examination on charges of unlawful driving away of an auto, including Bobbie C h a r l Stamp, 23, and Donald Clyde Stamp, 22, both of rout* 4, 208, Coloma, and Clifford Leon Butler, 20, of route 3, Box 637, Northshore drive Coloma. Bond was set at $500 on each defendant and preliminary examination tentatively scheduled for April 4. The three were arrested by Berrien county sheriff's police for allegedly driving away -an auto belonging to Mr. and Mrs. William Cross in Coloma township. ! hospital a

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