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RIOTOUS SCENE AT ! LLANERCHYMEDD

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RIOTOUS SCENE AT LLANERCHYMEDD ASSAULTING A CONSTABLE. At a special court- bit Llenerchymedd on Monday, before A. McKillop, Esq. (chairman), W. Lloyd, Eisq., and Thomas Williams, Esq., P.C. 25, Henry Roberts, charged Owen Owens, Wellington-street, with being drunk and dis- orderly on Saturday night. The constable de- posed that he saw prisoner and several others creating a disturbance in the street. Upon be- ing asked to move, the others did so, but prisoner declined, and made a noise with a mouth organ. Witness took him into custody, and when on the way to the police station he heard a noise beluind, and turning round aaw a crowd rushing up the hill. Prisoner, hearing this, 'became very violent, struggling and kick- ing the constable. The crowd then came upon them and rescued prisoner. John James a. brother of the other prisoner, was charged with assaulting the police and obstructing them in the execution of their duty. The officer said that- when he was taking the pre- vioua prisoner to the police station, the defen- dant struck him on the face, knocked his helmet off. Witness fell to the ground, and several others got on top of him, and ia the struggle both prisoners got away. John Prytherch, junior, said that he went. to the assistance of the officer in the melee. He struck Owen Owens, and witness's father knocked the "big man" (John James) down. Witness and his father rescued the offioer from crowd. The Chairman said the case was a very pain- ful one, and they were very sorry to aee such r things happening, in Llanerchymedd. The Chief-Constable had issued an order respecting the nuisance caused by young people standing at the corner of the streets, especially at Llan- erchymedd, and the Bench must support th police. The Bench thanked Prytherch for go- ing to the constable's .assistance. If he and others had not assisted, is was probable that the constable would not have been able to attend that day to give evidence. Owen Owens was sent to gaol for 14 days with hard labour, but .in consideration of tboe Ijjood racond' of tthe other prisoner in the Army, he was fined £1 including costs.

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