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Sergeant Enright

Post by Karen on Tue 28 Dec 2010 - 20:02

DINING-ROOM WINDOW LEFT OPEN.

At about one o'clock on the afternoon of Tuesday week Sergeant Enright and Constable Pollard were in the Whitechapel-road, when they saw Charles Suett, who is described as a fish hawker, of Duke-street, Bethnal-green, and another man drive up in a pony cart. Suett is, according to the policemen, a man with a reputation. He has undergone sentences amounting to over twenty years. In 1867 he was sentenced to ten years; so too, in 1877, and he has now only just completed a term of two years' imprisonment at Chelmsford. Suspecting them, the officers followed the pair. Presently, Suett's companion got off the trap. Suett driving on, stopped at Richardson-street. "What have you in the cart?" queried the constable. "Look and see," exclaimed Suett, as he vaulted from the vehicle, and, with an oath struck Enright in the ribs as he presumably attempted to make off. Pollard, however, seized him. Then commenced a desperate struggle. Suett - according to the officers - kicked and punched right and left, and nobody would help the two officers, who, however, at last got the fellow to the station. In the cart, under some straw, were found a number of articles - a plate basket and its contents, with other domestic necessities. These were afterwards found to have been stolen from the house of Mr. David Williams, a journalist, residing at 39, Hungerford-road, Camden-road. The dining-room window had been left open at Mr. Williams's. The articles are valued at 7 pounds. The Thames Magistrate today committed Suett for trial.

Source: The Echo, Wednesday July 24, 1889, Page 4

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Post by Karen on Tue 28 Dec 2010 - 20:15

THE DANGERS OF MARRYING FOREIGNERS.

Phillip Sachourisky, 36, a Russian Jew and a baker, of 83, Mile End Road, was charged at the Thames Police Court, on August 5, before Mr. Lushington, with feloniously intermarrying with Rachel Cohen, at the registry office, Mile End, on October 10, 1885, his wife, Eva Sachourisky, being then and now alive. - Detective-sergeant Enright, J division, watched the case for the Commissioners of Police. - Benjamin Yarkofsky, of 56, Pelham Street, Spitalfields, stated he was present when prisoner married his first wife at Lodz, in Russian Poland, in June, 1882. The Rabbi of the congregation performed the ceremony. Witness had been in England ten months, and had seen the accused here. Witness had written a letter to Mrs. Sachourisky at the request of the prisoner, as he could not write. He told witness he was living with a woman, but was not married to her. - Mr. Thomas A. Spratley, steward of the Mile End Infirmary, stated he was present when the accused went through the form of marriage with Rachel Cohen at the registrar's office, Mile End, on October 10, 1885. The certificate of that marriage was produced. - Mr. Lushington remanded the accused.

Source: The Jewish Standard, August 9, 1889, Page 5

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Post by Karen on Tue 28 Dec 2010 - 20:30

THE BETHNAL GREEN TRAGEDY.

The tragic affair at Panderson-gardens, Bethnal Green, is still exciting considerable interest in the locality. It is stated that the young man,
George Wiltshire, who attempted to murder his master, Mr. Hofland, and then committed suicide, had recently shown symptoms of mental derangement at his home, although at the warehouse where he was employed no such alteration in his manner was noticed. Detective-inspector Reid and Sergeant Enright found the revolver near deceased's body. The weapon is a six-chambered one, with a small bore barrel. Four chambers were loaded, thus showing that deceased fired only two shots, one at his employer and the other at himself. A sensational paper with doggrel verses relating to the Hoxton murder, had recently been hawked in the neighbourhood, and a portion of one of these papers, headed "The Lamentation of Lydia Green," was in deceased's coat pocket. The young man was of an excitable temperament, and it is believed that its perusal, coupled with some pecuniary trouble, had so affected his mind as to lead him to commit the double crime. Wiltshire had been in his employer's service for about seven years, entering it when a little over eleven years old, and until lately he was implicitly trusted. Mr. Hofland is under the care of Mr. A.W. Burrell, one of the house surgeons at the London Hospital. No attempt will yet be made to remove the bullet, which is embedded in the back part of the nose. At present there is no reason to doubt but that Mr. Hofland will recover from the injury.

Source: The Hackney Express and Shoreditch Observer, February 26, 1887, Page 2

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