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-=.: --==-i: T ASSAULTS Barker, at Clerkenwell, v;Vv KAJH i. 10 mitting the following deau-of. «^unk aud ooxr> day night Police-constable.^V^^rP? Sat^ turbanoe m Kenton-steeet, ant 7I5 to a <3ia- the prisoners drunk. He tried thsre found and in doing so th« male n, in the face. This was followed up L^ii tkSl,ra- Kicking the constable, and so badly him that he has been rendered unfit? l e'e volunteer sergeant, of the name of StxF-l Sy* the assistance of the police, and he waa a* iTe about, kicked in sha legs, and his uniform ^nocked torn, damage to tha extent of £ 1 Is. beint Police-sergeant Egerton, 14 E, also went up, ^?7te" was kicked on the legs, and ?,bout thirty persons f Pi3,1" fight, and it waa with the greatest diffiou. that the men could be got to the police-stat ion, &JK. on the way there the female behaved in a manner. All the prisoners were druak. The prisoners denied that they were drunk, and said that there iVe, ,n assault or disturbance had not 67 E first struck the Spillera. A witness V7&s called, who confirmed the prisoners' statement, a)d added that Denny did not touch the police. Mr. Barker discharged the woman, ordered Spiller to pay the damage 21s. and 5a. penalty, or in default fourteen days' imprisonment, and Denny 58., or seven days' imprisonment.

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