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Back by popular demand: SLPD blotters

May 17, 2014
By HOWARD RILEY (hjriley@adelphia.net) , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

May 15, 1930 ([time of day not noted as in later police blotters) -?Call from State Police at Malone Barracks asking to try and detain a Marquette sedan. Pa. license plate. There is a girl, Pauline Mitchell, age 17 years 5 ft. 4 in, brown eyes, light wavy bobbed hair, very good looking. She is wearing a blue coat with collar of the same color, black shoes and stockings and is very quick spoken. She is not wanted for a crime, just left her home in Glens Falls, N.Y., yesterday in the company of two men, names unknown, they are selling Elks magazines. The women's names are Mrs. E. J. Fry and Mrs. Gentile. Later received word from Sgt. Lofara; they located them. -?Chief

 
 

 

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