The Greenfield Daily Reporter
Entering a plea of not
guilty to a charge of auto banditry, Thursday, Edward Prater,
held in connection with the robbery of the Charles Murray
store, in Fountaintown some time in September, was bound over to the circuit
court at Shelbyville for trial. His bond was fixed at $15,000.
Friday Evening, December 4, 1931
OVER TO COURT
Young Man Who is Alleged to
Have Held Up Store at
Although no definite date
was set for the trial at the time of the arraignment, authorities believe that
it will take place early during the January term.
It was stated that
Prater's family, which resides in Indianapolis, would furnish the young man with
No further information
regarding the holdup of the Murray store has been gleaned by authorities and
Prater himself refuses to discuss the affair. However, Mr. Murray states
that his identification of him as the man who robbed his store is positive.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming