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T CASTLE-ST, SCENE. Steward's Attempted Burglary. Police Complimented. At Swansea Borough Quarter Sessions, on Monday, before the Recorder (Mr. E. Marlay Samson, K.C., C.B.E.), John Freak (36), ship's steward, pleatisd not guilty to breaking and entering the pre- mises of Arthur Horne, and the premises of Hannah Maria Baer, in Castle-street, on lS-J9th August, with intent to commit a felony.—Mr. Trevor Hunter (instructed by Mr. Rupert Lewis) prosecuted, and prisoner was unrepresented. The prosecution alleged that defendant was found on the premises just after mid- night. but escaped because the police could not open the passage gate. Entry was found to have been effected at the back of the premises, and two chisels and a brace were left behind, an attempt having been made to cut. through the flooring from Home's premises into Baer's, jewellers. Lattr defendant was arrested and identified. Laura HortH, photographer, and P.C. (89) Xiblett gave evidence, and P.S. Griffiths P.C. (112) Davies, and Inspector Fielder eorroboratech ATTEMPTED TO TAKE CHLORO- I DYNE. in effects at. 32, Orange-stroet, he found a j bottle three-parts full of chlorodyne. lie 'arrested defendant on an A n:er i c-;i n • steamer. Ke denied the charge, saying, i Yc)- ark, taking me because 1 havt ginger hair." (Ginger liair had net been mentioned). In smelling the Ivottle ot lie, which he said was his. he at- tempted to drink ihp contents. Witn.v.s das!td thl' hdtIp fr0m him. but he had s?anowpd some, and an emetic had to be adrhinistercd. PRISONER'S CAREER. I Freak had noUung to say. and the jury found him guilty without Ipaving the box. He denied a sentence ot 15 months* !)?!? !nbour for larceny at I?n<ion Session o:i loth An?ust. 1!?ll. as Gœge Clarke." P.C. (70) Cha??r. of G. Division, Metro- politan Force, ?ave evidence to sup'?or? I ?ita-i rot.,?!e, ,,ave (,v-ie,(,nee to sup,Orf witness (.reduced a list of nine previous couvict'ous of larceny tip to 1911, whilst I to I 1918 he seemed to hive lived a seafaring I life. A? to the niainder prisoner would net as-.Lt I he police. POLICE COMPLIMENTED. I The Recorder said he understood there were two <>ther cases outstanding, but de- fendant would vo< have the?e b:ken :nto consideration in the sentence. He was sentence<1 to t e I N, p in<) n t i s' h-trd labour, th. Recorder remarking skill with which the evidence was oV.ained and the extreme fairness of •c idont itir-ation veffsvted great credit on I »' i"if p:di(Oe force. | )

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