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--PONTYPOOL POLICE COURT.

MONDAY.

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MONDAY. Before Mr. A. A. WILLIAMS (in the chair) and Mr. W. L. PRATT. STEALING. Mary Ann Davie-s a young woman living at the Brickyard-row, British, was charged with stealing two loaves and a cake, value 2s., the property of William Cleeves, grocer, Aber- sychan.— Prisoner.pleaded guilty—Mrs.Cleeves said that on the 9th inst. she put four loaves and a cake on the counter. She then went down to have her tea. When she came back she found that two of the loaves and a cake had dis- appeared. The loaves and cake produced were her property.—A. Williams, a giri of 9 years of age, and who was not sworn, said that on Satur- day she was in complainant's shop. When she went out she saw prisoner sitting on the window- sill. Prisoner asked her if there was anyone inside, to which witness replied No." Prisoner then went in.—P.C. Jones said that from IDfor- mation received he went to prisoner's house. She was just having tea, and the cake produced was on the table. He asked her where she got the cake from, and she said her mother had baked it for her the night before. He then asked her for the twoiloaves, and she replied that there was no bread in the house except the crust which was on the tab.e. Witness then searched the house and found the two loaves. On charging her with the offence prisoner cried and made a statement in which she admitted stealing the things. The magistrates said that as prisoner had recently been convicted on a similar charge, they had no alternative but to send her to prison for a calendar month.

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