WILLIAM WOOLFE.
10th September 1907
Reference Numbert19070910-38
VerdictGuilty > pleaded guilty
SentenceImprisonment

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WOOLFE, William (27, gardener) pleaded guilty , to maliciously damaging a plate glass window, value £100, the property of the executors of James William Smith, in the night time.

Constable Young, on duty in Gracehurch Street; on the early morning of July 31 saw prisoner deliberately take a stone from his pocket and smash the window of Messrs, Smith a and Sons, tailors, doing damage to the extent of £100. In answer to the constable prisoner said he had just come out of prison after doing four months, and wanted to go back. In a written statement handed to the Court Prisoner said he could not get work because of foreign competition.

Sentence, Six months' in the second division.


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