Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 37
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 37

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, June 2, 1960
Page 37
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THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 3» Hearing Set July 13 In Shooting Case A preliminary hearing has been set-July-13 *r William Ingram, 40,* pt-'ttUpJBi'- Rnox- St., who is chirged; ^nth' assault with a deadly weaprti. · · Ingrain-w« arraigned on the charge in Justice Court yesterday. He has been released on bond. The suspect was arrested after his gun discharged twice during a ·cuffle last Friday night /with Georg«'J. Praechtl, 36, owner of the Silver Saddle Tavern, 3113 N. Campnell Ave., police said. Two ehots were fired during the scuffle at the tavern, officers said, but no one was Wfc Praechtl 1 allegedly went to Ingrain's home the next nigh't and fired "three shots when Ingram came to the door; Ingram said he- quickly ducked against a wall and the^Jjipets missed him as-they. pass«d-:flirough the screen door, Prtiehti was arrested Tuesday for assault with a deadly weapon. A preliminary hearing for him wm«-. set for 10"a.m. Aug. 15, Something Happened JACKSONVILLE, Fla--UH--An auto deelar launched a sales campaign with the md, "Look for it! Something big is going'to happen/' ind several .hours later the showroom cwljng'icollapsed on his brand i«w an. ;.£':' ·-. Y v '' f A V O R I H FOODS ' A · · B E T T E R WITH WHOLE CALIFORNIA CHILE CHBJC-MACAKONI- · " ~~*dQ3CS£ : l:o«nOHTRGA wholt Cttltornli CUlu 1 Ih. ro»o»ronj Hi oupt,choi!p«d v 1 JQOJCB, ',i CUB fiwt*d Copfc . jDMtnoi in boOinf , wlMd w«t«r ..until 'ttmUr, Strain. K«» In trrmd eM- ·ml*. Cook tam»to. onion, dbopped OH- · TBCA. Cfcaw. Hit to tMte. far. IS min. four MUor - O T B T mmonel. BprlnXlt · with dwwc. Bilci x l V a l l e y Canning Co Ex-Sleuth's Case Under Advisement By TOM'DUBDLESTON After a one-hour final session animated by the closing remarks of the county attorney and defense counsel, Justice of the Peace Norman E. Green yesterday reserved decision in the Dale C. Allred burglary case. Green said he would read a transcript of the preliminary' hearing for the former head of the Police Department burglary squad before deciding whether to hold him for Superior Gourt action. Allred is accused of burglarizing the. Green Shack night dub, 2702 N. Oracle Rd, where he was found 'shortly before 5 a.m. May l4 by police officers dispatched to investigate-a break-in. At the, conclusion of yesterday's session, adjourned from last Friday, County Atty. Harry Ackennan said he didn't know when a stronger case, "without an unadulterated confession," has ever been presented in a hearing. Atty. Ben Laiarow, counsel for the 34-year-old, former detective, called the" evidence "flimsy" and said it would be wrong to put Allred to the embarrassment and expense of a trial. Ackennan alleged Allred, in charge of "the burglary investigation, tried to destroy evidence and lead other investigators away from the facts of.the case. Lazarow, recalling' testimony that Allred had been warned to get "on me ball," said me detective was foUowiag rtandard; procedure tod that only "an "idiot" would attempt e. burglary through the front door, the means used to enter the Green Shack. . Green said he thought the case .was based on. circumstantial evi- but that this was "just evidence." He would be the as good as other indicated that it middle of next week before he maSe a decision". Prosecution witnesses testified during the hearing that a screwdriver, evidence case and turned from another over to Allred for his investigation, was found in the Green Shack kitchen about mid-afternoon of the day of the burglary. The screwdriver, a pinch bar and some money were found in a box under a nek by a dishwasher, it was testified. A final state witness yesterday.^ John A. Keal, 2602 Devon .Drtf testified the screwdriver was taken from him and he never saw it from the last of June, 1959, to the last two or three weeks when it was shown to him for identification. ' In his closing remarks, Ackerman, stressed testimony given to showf ", '. ' ' --That ATlred was the last per- ·oh fewwBjo have possession of the screwdriver, which the state cohtehils. was used to piy open the front door. --That a man of Alfred's size disappeared from the front door area after a witness heard a noise like wood splintering. r-That Allred hid in the kitchen while police checked the outside and inside of the premises and did not emerge until an officer approached the kitchen. --That Allred tried to destroy fingerprints that might be on a cash register and had in "amateurish" fashion tried to destroy pry marks on the door by making scrapings. ' ' ;. Lazarow contended: --That tiie evidence didn't show Allred had possession of the screwdriver and mat others could have had access to it --That other officers entered the kitchen during the investigation at the time the burglary was discovered and couldn't recall seeing the box under the sink. --That a witness testified the man he saw appeared to be daggering and drunk and that there was.no testimony that Allred was found in this condition. --That Allred acted in standard procedure in tiie investigation, such as making scrapings of the pry marks. --That othen could have been in the building and escaped. THE PIMA COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY innoances the relocation of tkt office of C. E. 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