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From: "James Dilley" <>
Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Daily Standard Union 6 February 1905 (News)
Date: Thu, 5 Jul 2001 10:32:11 -0300
Brooklyn Daily Standard Union
6 February 1905
HIS SHOULDER BALDE
While patrolling his beat at Clinton and President streets to-day, Patrolman Patrick O'HARA, of the Hamilton avenue station, fell and fractured his left shoulder. He was removed to his home, 261 Second street in an ambulance.
SAYS HE STABBED MAN
George WILLIAMS, 41 years old, an Italian stonecutter, living at 112 Washington street, Flushing, was brought before Magistrate HEALY to-day on a charge of felonious assault. He was held without bail for examination on Thursday next.
He is accused of having stabbed Thomas BUTLER, 25 years old, of 202 Lawrence street, on Saturday night. BUTLER is in the Flushing Hospital with a wound in the abdomen. The blade penetrated the liver, and his condition is critical. He says he was attacked without provocation by WILLIAMS on Queens avenue. WILLIAMS alleges that he was set upon by BUTLER and some other men, who attempted to rob him, and that he acted in self-defense.
HELD FOR GRAND JURY
John CORR, of 64 Third street, was held in $1,000 bail to-day for the Grand Jury by Magistrate NAUMER, sitting in the Myrtle avenue police court on a charge of having committed burglary on Jan. 25 in the grocery store of Kate CUNNINGHAM, 576 Carroll street. Witnesses said they saw him leaving the place burdened with groceries and when they asked what he intended doing with the spoils, CORR said, "I am going to buy a drink with it."
RETURNED THE FURS
AND WAS DISCHARGED
Because she this morning returned the furs she took for Marion O'BRIEN, 25 years old, of 593 President street, while visiting the latter on the night of Jan. 31, Maggie CARMODY, 27 years old, was discharged this morning in the Butler street court.
DIDN'T KNOW HOW PISTOL
GOT INTO HIS POCKET
When Frank SONTAG, of North Sixth street and Bedford avenue, on Friday, charged with carrying a concealed weapon, was arraigned before Magistrate O'REILLY, in the Manhattan avenue court, this morning, he told the Magistrate that he didn't know how he came into possession of the revolver. The Magistrate told him to sew up his pockets and then fined him $5.
COST MALINANO $10
TO CARRY REVOLVER
Peter MALINANO, 43 years old, of 481 Union street, paid $10 to the Butler street court clerk this morning, because he was arrested at 1 A.M. with a revolver on him on Bond street by Patrolman J.L. MORAN.
POLICE SAY ROBERTS
PAWNED CUT GLASS
Though the charge against the prisoner was vagrancy, in the Butler street court this morning Detectives CLARE and DILLON, of the Butler street police station, who arrested John ROBERTS, 26 years old, no home, Saturday, in a pawnshop in Atlantic avenue, near Court street, declare that the defendant had disposed of a lot of valuable cut glass recently.
The officers recovered some of it, and it is being held at the Butler street station for identification. CLARE and DILLON expect the identifier to make a comlaint of theft or burglary against ROBERTS.
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