[See related incidents refs. HPF/B/21/091/2 & HPF/B/21/091/3].
21 Aug 1891
(Incident continued from previous page) One of the men causing the disturbance, Samuel Fore, was clearly drunk and refused to leave. Upon being warned about his language, he took off his belt and struck the officer several times with it. After a struggle, the officer was able to get him inside his mother’s house.
15 Mar 1890
PC Smith was on duty in High Street Bishops Stortford on the 24th August 1882 at 11.30 pm when he arrested James William Gurford a chimney sweep and chair repairer for being drunk and disorderly and in doing so he was assaulted in the execution of his duty. On 26th August PC Smith attended before the ...
24 Aug 1882
PC Smith attended the Bishops Stortford Petty Sessions held at the Corn Exchange and before Magistrate Reverend F Vander-Meulen he gave evidence in the case of George Clark of Witham who was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Church Street Bishops Stortford the night before. He was sentenced to 14 days in prison.
13 Mar 1882
Accused was fined 7s 6d and given 14 days to pay. [Probably for comitting nuisance on footpath in London Road, Hockerill – see related incident HPF/B/42/078/1].
22 Nov 1906
PC Smith was on duty in Church Street Bishops Stortford when he arrested George Clark age 30 years a Footman of Witham Essex for being drunk and disorderly.
12 Mar 1882
At 3.30 pm PC Smith was on duty in South Street Bishops Stortford when his attention was called to a drunk man.
08 Apr 1882