FROM RALEIGHS POLICE FILES:
THE~CttIME BE A T
BY CHARLES R. JONES
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
HOTEL UNIFORM, BOW TIE
James Freeman, 29, 513 S. Wil
mington Street, informed Officers
•' L. Denton and H, K Wall at 4:26
p. m. Wednesday, that someone
broke into his locker at Sir Walter
Hotel, where he works, and stole
a uniform, valued at S2O, and a bow
tie, valued at sl.
Freeman stated the uniform
was a white jacket and a pair
of white pants with an orange
stripe. He said he had no sus
pects in mind regarding the
TAKES CAP OFF MASTER
Curtis Lane, 47, 1725 Poole Road,
Apt 6, told the cops at 5:40 p.m.
Wednesday, someone had taken the
cap off the master cycinder of hi*
1956 station wagon, parked in his
The complainant said the cap
was on his car Tuesday night when
he started his engine after work.
The value of the brake cap was set
THINKS KIDS BROKE OIT PANE
HONORED ON SIXTH BIRTH
DAY—Roes Fowler. Jr. eon of
Mr. and Mrs. Roes Fowler, 813
Hadley Road, observed his six
th birthday with a quiet home
affair on Thursday. May 14. He
received many toys. Several of
his young friends were on hand
to help Master Fowler enjoy this
occasion. Ho is shown above cat
ting Ms birthday cake.
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Counselor at Shaw University,
has been named for inclusion in
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Women" and “Who’s Who in the
South and Southeast," both
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i . Miss Lucille Jones, 618 Quarry
! Street, told Officers Denton ami
Wall at 7:35 pm. Thursday, that
while she was away from home
during the day, someone broke out
| a window pane at her home.
Miss Jor.es said she believed the
vandalism was the “work” of kids
in the neighborhood. Damage to
th window was estimated at sls.
“FAST CROOK" STEALS *19.73,
A B. Davenport, assistant man
ager of W. T Grant's Dept. Store,
210 Fayetteville Street, informed
officers at 1:21 p.m. Thursday, that
an unidentified Negro man robbed
the store of $19.73.
He described the person as being
about 35 years old, weighting 180
pounds, and standing approximately
5 feet, 8 inches. He was reportedly
wearing a white short-sleeve shirt,
dark trousers and a Navy blue silk
The man Is alleged to have
gone into a cash register In
the basement store for the mon
Mrs. Pat Smith, a aaleslady,
said she heard the cash regis
ter ring, looked around and saw
the man standing next to the
register. She then called for
Davenport at which time the
man ran. with Davenport in
The assistant manager chased
the suspect into the parking
deck on S. Salisbury Street,
where he lost sight of him. All
police units were immediately
notified and given a descrip
THUGS POUR SUGAR INTO
Robert Monroe, of 2 Franklin
Terrace, told Officers Joseph Win
ters and T. T. Street, Jr., at 7:43
a.m. Thursday, he parked his Buick
in front of his apartment building
at 5 pm. Wednesday.
When he returned to the vehicle
Thursday morning, he walked a
round the car to inspect his tires
and saw some sugar on the rear
bumper of his auto. Further in
spection revealed sugar in the gas
tank. The victim stated he had no
idea who could have done this.
MAN SHOT BY DURHAM
Robert Lee Smith, 22, of 306 S.
Swain Street, was shot in the 300
block of N. Carver Street at 1:03
am. Sunday, by Quinten Barbee
Page, a cab driver, of 205 Umstead
Smith was admitted to Wake Me
morial Hospital and aent immedi
ately to the operating room where
his condition was described as crit
ical. Smith and two other men hir
ed a taxi in Durham to bring them
back to Raleigh.
Upon reaching the city, an*
of the men got out at the Club
54 and the other two proceed
ed to N. Carver Street When
they arrived at the designated
honse. Smith asked the cabbie
to help him get his buddy into
the house and the driver refus
ed. saying bis bsck wss In
Smith reportedly “got mad” and
started hitting the cab driver. At
this point Page is alleged to have
shot Smith with a .25 automatic.
Both were charged with engaging
in an affray with a deadly weapon.
Page was arrested on the spot
and a warrant awaits Smith upon
his release from the hospital.
WHO STOLE WOMAN’S MONEY?
Mrs. Ann Smith. 44. of 26 1-2
N. Pettigrew Street. Informed
Officers Ralph Johnson sad J.
A. Perry, a* 4:48 pm. Saturday,
that she bad a green pocket
book with $lB and tome change
in it stolen from her home. She
stated the porketbook was on
her dresser in the bedroom. In
vestigation revealed several
people were in the house and
that the complainant was under
he influence of alcohol.
s:*YS SOLDIER BEAT HER UP
Miss Mary Alice Williams, of Ho
gans Lane. Method, came the po
lice station at 10 p m. Saturday and
signed a warrant against Richard
Love, a soldier, stationed at Fort |
B’-agg claiming he struck her in I
the face with his hands and fists
near Williams Grove Church on
the Rock Quarry Road.
The warrant is on file for Love
and will be served the next time
he is known to be in Raleigh.
Isaiah Watson, of 209 Battle St.,
was stabbed in the stomach while
trying to break up a fight beside
the Tastee Freeze, in the 800 block
of Fayetteville Street.
Witnesses to the incident were
Raymond Barnes. K-23 Washing
ton Terrace, and Johnny Mangum.
201 Cannon Street. They said a man
wnose name is James Cole, did the
Officers picked up Cole for as
sault and battery on his sister. Mrs
Betty Baugh. D-16 Washington Ter
race. (This incident was in laat
week’s Crime Beat*.
MAN PISTOL-WHIPPED AT
Officers R. E. Keeter and W. M.
Parker, Jr., were called to Staton's
Restaurant and Motel in the 300
block of S. East Street at 12:20 a.m.
Saturday where hey talked to Ern
est Kaymore, 22. James Weaver. 23.
and Charles Cummings, 22, all of
These soldiers stated that James
Harris, 21, also of Fort Bragg, was
struck in the mouth with a chrome
plated pistol by an unknown per
son at 12:15 a.m. Saturday.
They described the gun
wielder as being shoot 21 years
old, and weighing about 160 lbs.
Officers were unable to talk to
Parker at this time. He was
taken to Wake Memorial Hos
tal where he was treated for a
laceration on the inside of his
SLASHES FACE WITH WINE JUG
Oscar Green, 41. of 718 E. Davie
Street, and Willie Henderson, 30.
of 505 Alston Street were jailed
by police officers at 10 p.m. Fri
day and charged with engaging in
an affray with a knife and wine
bottle at the corner of Davie and
Alston, more popularly known as
Both men were injured and
treated at the hospital.
Henderson suffered • stab
wound in his left arm. He was
treated and relased. Oscar
Green was cut on the left side
of his face with a jsggged
wine bottle. Several sutures
were required to close Green’s
wounds. The entire left side of
his face was covered with
bandages this week.
TRIES TO CASH CHECK. THEN
J. L. Cottingham, owner of Cot
tingham’s Grocery, 321 S. Blood
worth Street, told twocops at 3:20
p.m. Friday that Ron Mitchell at
tempted to cash a check and when
he ((Cottingham) started to call
the writer of the check, Mitchell
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fled the scene, but was followed by
the store owner, who later identi
The check was written on a blank
check, secured from Wachovia
Bank and Trust Company against
the Charcoal Steak House and sign
ed "W S. Swain ." Mr. Swain stat
d be didn't write the check and
would sign a waramt against Mit
chell for forgery.
Detctive Sgt. H. L. Moore ques
tioned Mitchell, who admitted the
forgery. He was jailed after this
ENTERS HOUSE. TAKES
Mrs. Ella Hinton. 52. of 1117 S.
Wilmington Street, informd Offi
cer Ralph Johnson at 9:18 p.m. Fri
day, that someone entered her
home during the day while she
Mrs. Hinton was unable ta
report anything missing. Inves
tigation showed the house was
entered through the front door
by breaking out the glass in it
Fxit was made through the
Two butcher knives were taken
out of a drawer in the kitchen and
placed on a chair next to the back
W. P. Whitley, dirctor of the City
and County Identification Bureau,
was called to the sceen and lifted
CHARGES HUSBAND WITH
Mrs. Alonia Sanders, of 1107
Mark Street, rame to the po
lice station at 11:00 p.m. Fri
day and signed a warrant a
against her husband. Joseph
Sanders, for assault and bat
A domestic warrant was also
signed and Mrs. Sanders stat
rd Domestic Relations Court al
ready has a wararnt on file for
her hush ind for non-support.
BEATEN AT CHAVIS CENTER
Michael C! avis. 19, of 5 Bruns
wick Terrace, reported at 11:17 p.
m. Friday that he was beaten by
Eddie Banks. 17, of Seaweil Ave.
The affray took place at Chavis
Center. Chavis - signed a warrant
against Banks for assault and bat
REFUSED ENTRY. BREAKS
Mrs. Matie Bullock, 508 E.
Hargett Street, reported at 4:15
a.m. Saturday, that John Bul
lock. address unknown, came to
her home and demanded to bo
admitted. When she refused to
admit him. the man is rported
to have knocked out the glass
in her front door in his effort*
to get in
Mrs. Bullock signed a war
rant. charging damage to pro
perty and assault and battery
against Bullock. The papers are
on file at headquarters.'
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PICTURE WINDOW RUINED
Otha William*, of 825 Newoomba
Road, told Officers R N. Carroll
and G. W. Williams at 10:45 p.m.
Friday, that someone threw a brick
through a picture window in his
Tbe complainant said he was in
the back of the house when this
incident occurred and has no sus
pect in mind. Damage to the win
dow was set at S3O.
YOUNG MAN CUTS GIRL, 14
A 14-year-old girl, who lives
In the 1204 block of New Born
Avenue, told the cope Friday
at 8:56 p.m. Friday, she waa at
204 1-2 Selwin Alley (near
Idelwild Avenue), when Eugene
Price. 20, of 117 N. Haywood Si
oat her on the left arm and
right hand with a butcher knife.
A warrant waa drawn against
Price for assault with a deadly
weapon and he will he tried in
Domestic Relations Court.
COP NABS MAN gTRAUNO
Officer J. L. Stoudomlro was
shopping at the A&P Store, corner
S. Blount and R Hargett Streets at
1 pun. Friday when his attention
waa called to James Otia Malone.
18, of Route 7, Raleigh, who had
concealed a fifth of wine under his
sweater. Officer Stoudemire arrest
ed Malone at the corner of E. Davie
and S Person Streets. At first. Me
lon denied the theft, but later con
fessed to taking the wine without
paying for it
Malone added this was the first
time he had ever taken anything.
The wine was valued at $1.69, and
Malone was jailed a $25 bond for
ADMITS CUTTING MEXICAN
Miss Mary Carolyn Patterson,
21, of 112 Camden Street ad
mitted to polioe officers at 7:39
p.m. Saturday, that she had cut
Arturo Perey, a 21-year-old
Mexican, stationed at Fort
The incident occurred at tho cor-
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net of Idle wild Avenue and Lana
Street. The weapon used was s
piece of glass. Miss Patterson was
arrested and cited to appear in
City Court to face the charge of
assault with a deadly weapon.
Perey was treated at the hospital
for a laceration of his right band.
CHAIR HITS WOMAN IN HEAD
Officers O. C. Pratt and C. B.
Wright were Informed at 141 a.
m. Monday by Mias Mary Pat
terson (mentioned above), that
■he was at Club 54. E. Davie
and S. Bloodworth Streets,
when a fight started between
two men. One of the men. she ,
stated, threw a chair, miming
its Intended victim and strik
ing Mbs Patterson on tho head.
The complainant, who was treat
ed at Wake Memorial Hospital for
a head wound, said she did not
know either of the men. but would
recognise both if she ever saw them
ASSAULTED WITHOUT BEING
Arthur Sunders, 91$ S. Wilming
ton Street, told Officer* Joseph
Winters and T. T. Street. Jr., at 2
p.m. Sunday, Robert Monroe, Rto.
2. Franklin ton, did assault him by
drawing a pistol on him In San
ders’ own home. He signed a war
rant for assault with a deadly wea
pon and Monroe waa Jailed.
HITS WIFE WITH DRINK
Officers Winters and Street re
ported at 2 p.m. Sunday, Will Ban
and his wife, Mrs. Ella Mat Ban,
had a fight at 7 Lewis Lane.
Ban k alleged to have struck
Mrs. Buss over her right eye
with a soft drink bottle. War
rants were drawn against both
for engaging In an affray with
a deadly weapon.
Mrs. Bon waa treated at
Wakt Memorial Hospital before
being taken to jalL
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Mrs. Mildred Barneg, of 409
Smithfield Street, told Officers
Winters and Street at 8:20 a.m. Sun
day, that during the previous night,
after 1:30 ajm., someone knocked
out a small glass pane and damag
ed another window at her home.
Her small daughter, who sleeps
in the room where the damage was
done, told her mother she had
heard the voices of several men,
but was afraid to call out at the
time. Damage to the windows was
set at $3.
WOMAN BEATEN WITH
Mbs Naomi Louise Purvb.
38, of Ml Pugh Street, Informed
two cops at 7:47 p.m. Sunday,
that she had been assaulted
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weapon at the earner of Manly
and Pugh Btreats, and suffered
a broken right arm and deep
rashes on the bock as bar head.
Mbs Purvb “fingered”
Chandler Williams, 86. of 1606
Manly Street, who was arrest
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man was eeharged with assault
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