Hertfordshire Mercury, 16th June 1906


At an Occasional Court held at the Police Station on Tuesday, before Roger Cunliffe, Francis Rayment, aged 22, a labourer employed on the new road at Welwyn, was charged with being drunk in Mill Lane. P.C. Francis said the defendant had been fighting with another man, he was very drunk and using bad language, and in consequence of his behaviour he found it necessary to take him into custody. Defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined 10 shillings with 4 shillings costs.

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