James Keating Guilty (1909)

James Keating, alias John O’Donnell, after pleading guilty to two charges of petty larceny and receiving a six months’ sentence, afterward pleaded guilty to two accusations of housebreaking, and was held in $5,000 bond for the grand jury’s action. Detectives Kleindienst and Cornwell, who made the arrest, informed the court that there would be eight more housebreaking charges entered against the young man, who is 19 years old.

Source: ––, The Washington Post, Washington, District of Columbia, 18 September 1909, p. 2.

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