Drunkenness - petty sessions

Hertfordshire Mercury, 9th June 1906


Frederick Wilkins, of Amwell End, Ware, was fined 10s. including costs for being drunk on May 26th. P.C. Hyatt, who proved the case, said defendant refused to go home, saying he had been to the races and did not care a ________ for anybody_____

Alfred Suckling, of Musely Hill, Ware, was fined 1s. and 6s.6d. costs for being drunk and disorderly in High Street on May 12th.

P.C.Bennett said that at 11 p.m. he saw the defendant in High Street very drunk and wanting to fight another man. When asked for  his name, he said he was Robert Andrews. The defendant said he had no money and had been out of work for several weeks, and rather than send him to prison the Bench ordered him to pay a shilling.

Charles Suckling was fined 1shilling for a similar offence at the same time and place. Both fines were paid.

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