WILLIAM THOMPSON, Theft > simple larceny, Theft > simple larceny, Theft > simple larceny, 20th April 1909.

Reference Number: t19090420-29
Offences: Theft > simple larceny; Theft > simple larceny; Theft > simple larceny
Verdicts: Guilty > pleaded guilty
Punishments: Imprisonment > hard labour

THOMPSON, William (31, operator), pleaded guilty of stealing two spools and four cinematograph films, the goods of Herbert Crow; also to stealing two spools and six cinematograph films, the goods of Horace Liver and another; also to stealing three cinematograph films, the goods of Frederick Weisker and another.

He confessed to a conviction for felony in 1906 in the name of Albert Storer. Several other convictions were proved, dating back to 1891. It being stated that another charge against him was pending, he also pleaded guilty to that in order that the Court might deal with all matters against him up to date.

Sentence, Two years' hard labour on each indictment, to run concurrently.


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