Using Bad language

Hertfordshire Mercury, 4th August 1906


At Ware Petty Sessions on Tuesday, George Greenhill, of Mount Street, Ware, was summoned for using bad lanuage on the 17th July.

P.C. Megaughey said he was conveying a prisoner to St Albans and at Ware Station defendant wanted to give prisoner some drink, which witness could not allow, and thereupon defendant made use of some very bad language.

Supt Duke said he was bringing up this case merely to let people know that they must not interfere with the police when in charge of prisoners. He did not press the case.

Defendant was convicted, but let off with a caution.

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