Chas. Slaven was arrested last night and taken before Justice Perry this a.m., on a warrant sworn out by G.M. Fulkman, charging him having waylaid the latter and taking a watch. In defense Slaven claimed that he had only taken the watch because it belonged to him, as he had sold the watch to FuIkman but had not received the pay. The watch was bought from Morck Bros by Slaven, but has not yet been paid for, so that, it really belongs to neither one. Slaven was sent to jail and was out looking for bail this afternoon.
Warren (Pennsylvania) Evening Democrat, November 2, 1894.
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