Thursday, April 18, 2013
Trial Demanded in Chicken Case
This story was published by The Ypsilanti Daily Press on Monday, April 18, 1938. Charles Long, James Poole and William Duckett, all residents of this city, demanded examination on chicken theft charges when arraigned in Ann Arbor this morning. The trio appeared before Justice Harry Reading and their hearing was set for Apr. 22. In the meantime all are held in county jail in lieu of $1,500 apiece. A fourth Ypsilanti resident, Amos Dew, accused of receiving and disposing of the purloined fowl also demanded trial and examination was set for Apr. 21. AS his alleged offense is a misdemeanor bond of but $500 was required for his release. It has not been provided.