Wilkinson boys theft

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Wilkinson boys theft - .'W0 BOYS COMMITTED TO INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL...
.'W0 BOYS COMMITTED TO INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL Arraigned before-Judge before-Judge before-Judge Curtis lu uvenile Court on charges of robbery -wo -wo youths were committed to the Ferris Industrial School, while two jthers . were paroled. The two sent to the industrial school are Paul Wilkinson, 15 years old, and Richard Wilkinson, 13 years old. Bernard Wemett, 14 years old and Nelson Chiffons, 12 years old! were paroled. John Wilkinson, 17 years old. a brother of the other two, is being held by Pensylvania authorities authorities for a hearing in Kennett Square on a robbery charge. Following are places which the boys are alleged to have broken into: Gibson's garage, Hockessin, September September 2; Eastburn's garage, about two weeks prior to that time; Reynolds' store, Hockessin, September 2. They were charged with - stealing articles from the places and also taking $6.50 rrom the store. , On December 9. Paul and Richard Wilkinson and Wemett were said to have broken into Nozensky's hide shop at Kennett Tquare and to have stolen hides valued at $50. John Wilkinson Wilkinson is alleged to have disposed of the stolen, articles in Delaware and it is because of that connection with the robbery that he is being held by Pennsylvania authorities. Most of the stolen articles have been recovered.

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  1. The Morning News,
  2. 10 Jan 1930, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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