Drunkenness at Hoddesdon

Hertfordshire Mercury, 28th August 1915


At Cheshunt Petty Sessions Harry Booth (41), of Old Highway, Hoddesdon, was charged with being drunk and disorderly on August 16 at Hoddesdon.  P.c. Freeman proved finding the prisoner lying in a drunken condition beside a bicycle.  When arrested he became very disorderly and violent.  Fined 10 shillings, or seven days.

Robert Izzard, of Park Lane, Flamstead End, was similarly dealt with for being drunk and incapable in Duke Street, Hoddesdon, on August 15.

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