The barrow boy

Hertfordshire Mercury, 10th January 1914


At St Albans Quarter Sessions, Tom Jones (23), a carman, was indicted with feloniously stealing a pony, a set of harness, and a barrow, belonging to Harry Carpenter,  at Watford, on 6th October 1913.  The prisoner pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to 12 months’ hard labour.

Det. Sgt Berry was highly commended for his skill in tracing the stolen property.

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