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ICarmarthen County Police…


I Carmarthen County Police Court. SATURDAY.—Before Rev 11. G. Lawrence, Mr C. W. Jones, Mr T. Parkinson, Mr J. Ll. Thomas, Gilfach. DRUNK AD ASSAULTING THE POLICE. AN EXPENSIVE DIUNK. William Filoyd, collier, was charged with being drunk and assaulting the police. Sergeant Thomas said About 9.15 p.m. on Monday, the 4th inst., I and P.O. W. Davies (2•i) were on duty near the Tymawr Inn, Llanarthney, where an eisteddfod was held at Penrhiwgoch. We were requested to turn oat William Filoyd, of Drefach, Llan- arthney, from a barn in which an occasional license was granted. I found Filoyd very drunk and disorderly, and with his coat and hat off at the time. I asked him to leave several times, when he said, 111 fight both of you," and then struck P.O. Davies on the right eye the blow coming in contact with the brim of the helmet, which saved him from being severely cut. He had a ring on his finger at the time. He had assaulted a good many other youii'j; men—one immediately before we entered, and one while we were there and also a;itin at the public house. He was then ejected by force. P.C. William Davies, whom Filoyd assaulted, corroborated the evidence. Defendant had nothing to say for his action, only that he was very drunk, and did not know he had struck the constable. Three previous convictions were put in- twice in 1891, and once in 1894. For being drunk and disorderly, the Bench fined him 10-; and costs, and for assaulting the police £ 1 and costs— £ 2 13s 6d in all. A WHIT-MONDAY'S CAROUSE AT LLANSTEPHAN. WHAT IT COST. P.C. William Protheroe charged William Davies, a labourer, of Carmarthen, with being drunk and disorderly in the village of Llan- stephan on Whit-Monday. P.C. Protheroe said that defendant was very noisy, and he had great difficulty to get 1 17, him away from the village. He was asked his name and address, which he gave as William Davies, Catherine-street, Carmarthen, and which witness had since found out to be c false. He lived in Red Lion Yard. He was turned out for fighting in the public-house. 1!1 Z, Defendant was fined 5s and 7s costs. 4

Carmarthen Borough Police…



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