No. 123

In Re Delinquency of Edward Griffith and Maurice Griffith

Filed Feb. 16, 1916
Cecil B. Collins,
Clerk Shelby Circuit Court

John McDonald, Wm. Heustis, Laura Mourner, Mary Howard,
Russell Greir, Gladys Powell, C. R. Foutch.



In Re: Delinquency of Edward Griffith and Maurice Griffith.

Henry S. Terry, being duly sworn upon his oath says: As he has been informed and verily believes that Edward Griffith and Maurice Griffith are male children under the age of sixteen years, to-wit:  Edward Griffith age seven years and Maurice Griffith age eleven years; that said Edward Griffith and Maurice Griffith are delinquent children in this VIZ: That said children on the Fifth day of February, 1916, at the County of Shelby and State of Indiana did violate the criminal laws of this State by then and there unlawfully and feloniously take, steal and carry away of the personal goods and chattels of Laura Mourner, three flower pots; three plates; one hoe, then and there being of the value of one dollar, and that said children are in the habit of wandering about the streets of the City of Shelbyville in the night-time without being on any lawful business and occupation, contrary to the form of the Statutes in such case made and provided and against the peace and dignity of the State of Indiana.

                                          Signed: Henry S. Terry

Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of February, 1916.

                                         Signed: Claude R. Henry,
                                          Prosecuting Attorney

Transcribed by Melinda Moore Weaver
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