Newspapers, etc. - Ogden (Utah) - 19180104


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New Complaint—Fred Bremer, arrested Wednesday night [Jan. 2, 1918] in a garage on Hudson avenue by Deputies Wootton and Soule for bootlegging, has had a complaint against him filed in the district court. County Attorney Charles L. Farr moved [for] a dismissal of the case from the municipal court inasmuch as Bremer, in a former trial for petit larceny, claimed Judge Barker was prejudiced and asked [for] a change of venue. The county attorney thought the same procedure would probably result in the bootlegging case, so he stole a march and had the case transferred. Bremer was arraigned yesterday [Jan. 3, 1918] and bond [was] fixed at $500. The new complaint was filed yesterday afternoon.

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Source: Ogden standard (Ogden, Utah). 48th year, no. 4 (Jan. 4, 1918), p. 6, Random references.

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