FROM RALEIGHS POLICE FILES
THE t'BIJUE BEAT
BY CHARLES R. JONES
from page n
illi mate ASSAULTED hu
Mn Catherine Harris, 36, at m
f- Menton Street, reported to Offi
cer Q. C. Pratt at 10 p. m. Wednee
day, that her husband, Jonpt Bus
rto 9( the same addrect assaulted
her with an axe.
The oamplainaa* mm to
>rt» headqaartaea and gpto
a warrant, char (toe tonh wMfe
assaalt with a irsjj Tuscan
Be was Jailed antor «M» bond.
TBpite KIDS BROKE OUT PANE
Mill Artotha Brows, 23. of 130
% Street, informed Officer
lywiton Attis at 8 p. m. Wednea
day. we was in the middle room of
h*f house when someone threw a
roclt, ft her front door, breaking
•at tod large pane.
ms Brows added, when she
tto IBs door, atm saw two
tors about U jfoars old,
gltoitwrtof asp trouble
.catoms niv at work
ghttonS Street, told a cep
». m Thnrtday. he
riMspt Vteyd Stott. 53. es *2O
K Baste Street, as Seott was
Hiring too store artto s can et
ears beef hash and ana pound
*4 etoem aoacsolad to hi* coat
TfF- tojw saw he was
ehwklnc out st the counter st
tbs time, bnt went outside and
atted Scott to return te the es
tebllshmtnt. Scott returned,
teak the merchandise from his
edkf sad placed them on the
Seott whs arrested tar shoplifting.
The stolen items cost M cents.
"SU<IK" CROOK STEALS SHIRTS
William Holden, owner of Hold
en's! Cleaners. 702 E. Martin Street,
inloTroed Officers r. C. C regor y
and E. L. Randolph at T tom. Thurs
ttoy, so mao no broke out the nft
winSeW to kia eatohliahmeat and
used • tang stick to reach In and
“swaps" I or 4 white men’s shirts
train too laundry. Bo voluod the
mtestoE teems atpio.
WCOUkM STABS HASH} ALUM*
SDUT SEP ABATED
Mrs. Maria Bullock. 30, of 1311
Holm&a Street tcM Officer J. L.
Dgntmi at im a. m. Friday, that
the wont to the Club 84. corner of
S. Btoedwerth end X Dario Sts.,
where she found her husband,
John Thomas Bullock. H train
whom she sma allegedly asperated,
sitting |p a booth with another wo-
VM MMto Ml IlfiMM
M. to. a.
WMNb IM il
MtoMi for* treat*
total She wee later rotomsd.
tote Bedeck wm tefU to toe
htel at tote as Monday of
ftovw have hem stated,
ekargteg hath with assault with
MB ROG44EK ASSAULTED her
IK Bom Whitley, ». of Ml 1-2
V. Mhpwtod Street. Informed Offi
cer Victor B. Spencer at 10 a. m.
Thursday, that William Black, 27,
n Butte* of Charlotte, who rooms
with her when he is in Raleigh.
“b4p» me up“ Thursday morning
futewing a disagreement
A warrant is now on file for
m%V. m l I 111 IMT
K pyy Giw A
UNWANTED “CURST* breaks
Mb Sto Fowler, oMSt Bsr
gett Streak Apt 1. told Officer B.
C. Nipper at RSO p. m. Thursday,
.that Paid Atkins, arm at bar apart
ment and she asked him to leave.
The isnigtetoiini stotoS At
ktoa “got mad and etosted to
brake down a serose deer, a
lamp and ether Mr ms of tend
tare, tom departed toe da-
The women said Atkins Uvae at
130* S. Hargett Street She akpmd
a warrant charging him with dam
age to property.
BRED FOR BEATING WIFI
Mrs. Nina Kearney, 22, o| 1111
Walnut Street, told Officer It X.
Lee at 3:15 a. at Sunday, that her
husband, Calvin Kearney, K hit
her with his hands and ttetto
Mrs. Kearney a warrant
and Kearney wee ptohfd up hy
Officers John Baker, Sr, end OH
Hinton, Jr, and rhergsd with as
sault and battery.
SPENT TOO MUCH TGCR AT
George Bryant, 41, of IMS E.
Idm ten Street, reported to a
eep at 1:55 p. at Sunday. Ntea
Patricia Banks, 33, of 943 Reck
Quarry Read, "mi me with a
knife far ae reason."
However. Miss Beaks had a
different alary to toll; Ska
claimed Bryant slapped her be
cause “I took too long to put
some clothes in the cleaners.”
Both were arrested for engaging
in an affray where a deadly woap
on was used. Bryant received treat
ment at Wake Memorial Hospital,
where his wound required g
stitches. The incident took place at
903 Rock Quarry Road.
GOES TO “UNKNOWN" HOUSE
. TO rtITTCT STRANGE WOMAN
George Ramsey. 44, of 554 to
Hargett Street, told two ceps at
R9g p. an Saturday, he went te
“a hoses unknown to SM te
spend the night with s tody
companion, whose name I didn’t
Ramsey added. “White 1 wm
Inside the house, another man
came to and asked me what I
wm doing toot*. Then ha start
ed slicing at am with a knife or
The complainant stated he toft
the bourn and walked tor about •
minutes before ho saw souMOne and
told them ho had bean cut Ho woe
treated it the hospital tor lac ora
tion* of her oar and bock of his
This occurred st the intersection
of Oakwood and Seawall Avenues.
arr on bead, beaten at
Miss Momll McDougakL to es
319 Fowls Street reported to ‘the
tow" at 8:43 p. m. Saturday, that
Ineal Judd, 1144 Mark Street come
to her bouse, got into an argument
with her, began beating her on the
head with a bottle, and concluded
the whipping by hitting her with
hit hands and fists, and finally
kicking her in the face.
The woman said she would sign s
warrant against Judd far assault
with a deadly weapon.
SHOTGUN BUTT FELLA WOMAN
Mtos Marie Person, 37, es 768
S. McDowell Street informed
Officer Joseph Winters at 7:44
p. m Sunday, that BUty HR) Ml
tor to to* lower right oh Ml
with s shotgun in the 144 block
of Fowls street
Mtes Peso bb was treated at
Hkto Memorial Hospital ter
tot toetam and said she weald
aaaaa to Gte station to alga a
Pattesmn bat tetormed Officer
J. G. Bnrbonr at 11:41 p. ro. Friday,
that Bictord Cooper, 47. of 331 E.
Mnvdtn Gtemni amiHß to ktete toutop
mnm twnt w *»w
took an axe and started swinging
i‘ at tor boyfriend. Denial Boons
Sampoaat to of the Potteraoo Lane
Sto eastern* that while
ttoapaT* “Baotod the kitchen
tohte. tom stoke, throe win
ton and kasstod a tola la the
Two warranto. damage to proper
ty and aamutt with a deadly weap
on ware dream against Cooper.
Tto» r— -ow on file.
STABBBB IN IM AT CUBB M
Bdward Stork to at MS Bate
Eden ten Stmeß MM Offtoar B.
B. Caltoham at DM am. Bator
day. ke wm to Bte Ctoh 84. aor
aar as 8. Btoadworto and Rote
Bavin ton sto tston to sms eat
an the hg
Short tested to did not know
who eut him or at what time it
teak place. Ho was treated at Wake
Memorial Hospital tor a puncture
wound to hU toft knee.
AUTO GLASS SHATTERED
Mrs. Mary Young. 38, of 574 E.
Cabarrus Street, informed Officer
W. E. Kidd at 7:44 a.m. Saturday,
that she discovered the toft front
glass in her 1959 Ford broken. She
stated the glass was intact as late
as U pm Friday.
The cap surmised that the glass
appeared to have been broken by
someone kick tog it out with the
heel of a shoe, rather than by
throwing a brick.
Mr" Ycur-S said ah; HZ >.»:
anyone around her car Friday
REAR DOfDOW OF FALCON
MBs Jo Anno WUtoma, *4.
es MU Alston Street, reported
te Officers W. L. Carter at 4:H
pm. Friday, that aimittou dar
ing too night, the rear window
of o 1964 Ford Falcon wm
The eomptetoent, who placed the
damage at about 330, admitted toe
auto belongs to her boyfriend, Jas.
B. Austin. Jr., who is stationed at
BREAKS IN; STEALS ONE PACK
Mrs. Alevin MiteheU. 44, of 34
Lincoln Terraco, told Officer Jo
seph Winters at 10:11 pm Sunday,
so oatons entered her apartment
while she wm away, bp reaching
through too window opening and
unlocking the kitchen door.
Misting wag a » cents pack of
A MOTHER WINDOW BROKEN
Sam mu 44. of m 1-3 Fay
ettevilla Street. Informsd Officer
Jsmss K (Bobby) Day* at T: 17 a.
m- Monday, that aamoona broke
out bis kitchen window pone so roe
time tote Sunday, after 3 pn.
Mr. Evans mid to did not aeo er
bear anyone in kia yard whan the
The offtoar found o small toad
ball on the floor of Evans’ kitchen
and theorized the mlssle was
thrown, rather than shot from a
gun, into tha kitchen. Damage was
sat at $5.
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Mis* VtrdeU Bridges. 17. es
1127 Walnut Street reported to
OGoor T. T. Street, Jr., at 1:37
pm Monday, that Mayse Teas-
Unto*. Jr., aim 17. cease to tor
tome and toot tor with bto
bands and ttoto
A warrant was signed and will be
served on young Tomlinson, charg
ing assault and battery.
man stabbed, bobbed et
■erase Watson, 54. es 744
Bragg Street, told Officer
Street at 8:35 pm Monday be
was walking threagk a vacant
let In the 7M blech es Bragg
Street about 7 pm. whan sev
eral teenagers temped him and
stabbed kkn In the l*f arm,
toon “relieved* Mm es PUT.
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declared he did not know his at
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