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ALLEGED BURGLARY AT PENARTH.

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ALLEGED BURGLARY AT PENARTH. PRISONER COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. At Penarth Police-court on Monday (before Mr. J. Ware, in the chair, and Mr. J. Duncan), Alfred Thomas, a sailor, of Penarth, was brought up in custody charged with burglariously enter- ing the house of Thomas Goodman, a pilot, living at 7. Albert-road, Penarth, on the night of the 22nd inst.—Mr. A. W. Morris appeared on behalf of the police, and Mr. T. H. Belcher defended.— Elizabeth Goodman said she retired to bed on the night named about 10.30. her husband being away from home that night. She locked both the doors and windows securely before retiring. On the following morning she got up at 7.30, and found the back door and window wide open. The first thing she noticed missing was her purse, which she had left on the kitchen table, containing money, but she did not know the amount. She also lost a gold brooch, an overcoat from the pas- sage, and other wearing apparel, which she valued at aJ out £ 5.-Police-sergeant John Samson de- posed to being in the Penarth Hotel grounds on the followfng morning about 12.30. and saw the prisoner go to a hedge where the clothes were hid. He approached him, and, in reply to a question, prisoner stated that he knew nothing at all about the burglary. He detained him until Inspector King came up, and on the way to the police-station prisoner asked permission to sit down, as he (witness) thought he was in a fainting condition. However, the prisoner admitt-ui having stolen the whole of the articles produced, and said he had been out of work for some time, and had lost clothes of his own to the value of £16.-Inspector King said he found the purse, which contained 7s. 11d. in money and some cheques. He exam- ined the prosecutrix's house, and found footmarks inside and outside of the window.—Prisoner was committed to the assizes.

PENARTH POLICE COURT.

BRIDGEND POLICE COURT.

CHARGE AGAINST A BARRY BOARDING-MASTER.

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