THOMAS FULFORD.
29th February 1836
Reference Numbert18360229-843
VerdictGuilty > unknown
SentenceImprisonment

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843. THOMAS FULFORD was indicted for stealing, on the 4th of March, 1 handkerchief, value 1s., the goods of Henry Pole, from his person.

HENRY POLE . I live in Lincoln's-inn-fields. At half-past six, on the afternoon of the 4th of March, I was walking in Drury-lane—I received information from Mr. Griffin, and I saw my handkerchief three or four yards before me—Mr. Griffin had the prisoner.

HENRY GRIFFIN . I was in Drury-lane—I went up and told the prosecutor that I saw the prisoner draw the handkerchief from his right-hand coat pocket—I collared him—he did not say any thing—I gave him in charge to a policeman—the prisoner said he had just come out of the work-house, and was starving.

JOHN KENNERLY (police-constable F 144.) I took the prisoner.

GUILTY . Aged 16.— Confined One Month.


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