Arthur Casy, John Casy, Violent Theft > robbery, 7th September 1722.

Reference Number: t17220907-15
Offence: Violent Theft > robbery
Verdict: Guilty
Punishment: Death

Arthur Casy , and John Casy , of St.Martin in the Fields , were indicted, for that they, in Company with John Lavy, alias Junks , did assault Michael Honeybourn , and take from him a Watch, value 40 s. on the 24th of April last. Michael Honeybourn depos'd, that being in Mr. Mason's Skettle Ground, at Plimlico , he was knock'd down Mason's Cellar, and being helpt up again, mist his Watch. John Carrol deposed'd, that Hughs being committed to Tothill Bridewell for cutting off a Woman's Pocket, confest to him that Junks sold the Watch for 20 s. of which he kept 10 himself, and gave 5 s. to him, and 5 to Casy. Robert Kirk , Constable, deposed, that Casy being taken up for robbing Mr. Wright confest this Robbery, in hopes to be made an Evidence. The prisoners said little in their Defence, and call'd no body to their Reputation. Both Guilty .

[Death. See summary.]


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