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Police Matters Rochester, NY February 1864

From the Rochester Evening Express February 22, 1864

Police Matters.
Robert Law, a Sergeant in the 23d Cavalry, was arrest-
ed for stealing a box of matches. He was fined $10.

James Harman was fined $10 or sixty days for disorder-
ly conduct.

George Wegman, a boy, was arrested for stealing $6.00
Sent to the House of Rufuge.

Bridget Joice, a standing drunk, was sent up three

John Livingston and William Chandler, disorderlies,
were discharged.

John Farrell was fined $6 and one hundred days for
stealing a coat.

James Connell was fined $10 or three months for being

Keywords/Tags: Robert Law, James Harman, George Wegman, Bridget Joice, John Livingston, William Chandler, John Farrell, James Connell, Rochester Evening Express, Rochester, NY