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ASSAULTS ON THE POLICE AT BARRY. SEVERAL CASES TRIED AT PENARTH. Thomas Mack was charged on Monday last— before Major Thornley and Colonel Guthrie-at Penarth Police-court with being drunk and assaulting Police-constable Thomas Thorburn (384) at Cadoxton on Easter Monday evening. The constable said the accused was very drunk and riotous, and in attempting to take him to the police station defendant struck and kicked him several times.—Fined 20s and costs, or 14 days' hard labour. THEY WERE MET BY "POLICEMEN IN DISGUISE." William Cameron and Charles Baker were charged with being drunk and riotous in Weston- road, Barry Dock, on the previous Tuesday night. P.C.'s William Smith and W. Williams gave evidence that they were in plain clothes in Weston- road on Tuesday night, when they saw Cameron who was behaving like a madman and very drunk, challenging anyone in the district to fight. He ordered him off, when defendant became very abusive, and kicked Constable Smith in the stomach and leg repeatedly, and tore his uniform trousers. Baker then came to Cameron's assist- ance, and struck Williams with his fist, Cameron stating he would do for any constable in the place. -The first-named was fined 92 5s 6d, or 21 days, and Baker was fined 25s and costs, or 21 days. Enoch Williams, a rigger, of 7, Spencer-street, Barry Dock, was brought up in custody charged with assaulting P.C. Thomas Harris on Sunday afternoon last. Constables Rarris and W. Williams stated they raided a shebeen at prisoner's house on the previous day, and were in the act of carrying off a cask of beer when he struck Harris in the mouth and seized him by the throat.—Fined 10s and eosts, or fourteen days' hard labour.

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