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B.S.U. Saturday Jan 10,1931
News

TONY SOUGHT BY POLICE AS GIRL IS DYING
Shoots Sweetheart While Cleaning Gun in Furnished Room

Brooklyn and Queens police are searching to-day for a man known only as
''Tony''- even to his sweetheart.Meanwhile the sweetheart,Veronica LIBASCI,
16,of 71 Antin
street, Rockaway Beach,is lying in Cumberland Hospital,near death from a
bullet wound in the abdomen received last night, she says,when Tony's gun was
accidentally discharged.
According to her story to the police,Miss LIBASCI and Tony hired a
furnished room at 127 Lefferts place,on Monday. Last night,she said,Tony was
cleaning a revolver,when suddenly it discharged,and a bullet struck her in
the side.
Tony carried her to the street and there hailed a taxicab driven by
Randolph CHASE,of 676 DeKalb avenue. He directed the man to drive to the
Cumberland Hospital. Halfway there he ordered the driver to stop,handed him a
dollar bill and told him to take the young woman to the hospital alone.
CHASE called Patrolman Chris PESTHER of Grand avenue station and
patrolman continued to the hospital in the taxicab. At the hospital
physicians said the young woman had been so weakened by loss of blood it
might be necessary to give her a blood transfusion.

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