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Subject: [Bklyn] Standard Union-March 5, 1931-News
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 20:05:06 -0500
Standard Union-March 5, 1931-News
SHEEPSHEAD STORE TRAP HOLDS BOYS
Two sixteen-year old boys who are said to have admitted committing
twenty-five small burglaries, were held in $1,000 bail each to-day in Coney
Island court for further hearing March 13.
They gave the names of Richard PUCCI, of 17171 Sixty-third street and
Lorenzo MONTANO, of 1763 Fifty-eighth street. They were arrested last
night in the hallway of a building housing a Daniel REEVES store at 1605
Avenue U after supposedly trying to gain entrance to the store through a
basement door. Detective Edmund O'BRIEN surprised the boys, who pleaded
with him not to shoot. They were taken before Magistrate EILPERIN to-day.
VAGRANTS SENT TO CITY PRISON
Harry GOLDSHINE, 55, of 360 South Eighth street, and William FELDMAN, 39 of
370 South Second street were brought before Magistrate HUGHES in Adams
street court for sentence on conviction of charges of vagrancy. Teh men
were found guilty of violation of Section 887-1? of the Penal Code on Feb.
?? by Magistrate SABBATINO.
Transcribed for the Bklyn Info Pages by Kathy Jost-Shouse
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