Disorderly conduct

Hertfordshire Mercury, 7th July 1906


At Cheshunt Petty Sessions Fredrick William Daniels, of 72, Crescent Road, Waltham New Town, pleaded not guilty to disorderly conduct and using bad language in High Street, Waltham Cross, on June 23rd.

P.C. Green stated that at 8.30 p.m. on the day named he was called to the Four Swans to eject the defendant and his brother.  They were using bad language.  He requested the defendant to go away but he refused to do so and struck the witness in the jaw with his fist.  Witness then took him into custody.

P.C. Smith corroborated P.C. Green’s evidence.

Defendant said he was trying to get his brother to go away as he was the worst for drink.  Defendant was fined 10 shillings and costs.  Edward Daniels, the brother, was also charged with being disorderly, and was fined 10 shillings and costs.

Frederick William Daniels was further charged with behaving in a disorderly manner and using bad language at Eleanor Road on June 24th, and for this offence was fined 5 shillings including costs.

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