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  • Crime total low in city this year : police commission receives last report of late chief of local force
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 8 Jan 1932, p. 1     Crime statistics ; Fort William ; Few serious crimes ; 1931 year ; 1,148 Court cases ; Mostly traffic accidents and alcohol offenses ; Automobile thefts ; One murder ; $43,204 total expenditures
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 8 Jan 1932, p. 1   Crime statistics ; Fort William ; Few serious crimes ; 1931 year ; 1,148 Court cases ; Mostly traffic accidents and alcohol offenses ; Automobile thefts ; One murder ; ...
  • City homes are entered at night : burglars make easy entrance but amount of loot taken is small
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 12 Jan 1932, p. 3     Break and enter ; Break-ins ; 207 Dease Street ; Jewelry and money taken ; C.O. Frost (Victim)
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 12 Jan 1932, p. 3   Break and enter ; Break-ins ; 207 Dease Street ; Jewelry and money taken ; C.O. Frost (Victim)
  • Fined for taking skins illegally
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 30 Nov 1932, p. 3     Man fined ; Illegal possession of animal skins ; Illegal possession of liquor ; Henry Heikkinen
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 30 Nov 1932, p. 3   Man fined ; Illegal possession of animal skins ; Illegal possession of liquor ; Henry Heikkinen
  • Port Arthur man sent to trial on charge of arson
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 1 Sep 1932, p. 3     John Zalkosky ; Black Bay Road ; Refreshment Stand Fire
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 1 Sep 1932, p. 3   John Zalkosky ; Black Bay Road ; Refreshment Stand Fire
  • Police clash with mob in Port Arthur : constables interrupt march of demonstrators in mayor's residence
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 19 Oct 1932, 1, 3     Man under arrest ; Suspected communist leader ; Charged with vagrancy ; Organized demonstration ; Hundreds gather on mayor's property ; 380 Arthur Street ; Mayor P.V. Ibbetson ; Police disperse crowd ; Minor injuries ; Emin Davyson Sanberg (Charged) ; Remanded to October 27
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 19 Oct 1932, 1, 3   Man under arrest ; Suspected communist leader ; Charged with vagrancy ; Organized demonstration ; Hundreds gather on mayor's property ; 380 Arthur Street ; Mayor P.V. Ibbetson ; Police ...
  • Fair buildings are prey of vandals
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 25 Nov 1932, p. 14     Buildings vandalized ; Canadian Lakehead Exhibition ; McCabe Elevator ; Lumber stolen ; Tools stolen
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 25 Nov 1932, p. 14   Buildings vandalized ; Canadian Lakehead Exhibition ; McCabe Elevator ; Lumber stolen ; Tools stolen
  • Christmas guest steals host's cash
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 27 Dec 1932, p. 1     Christmas party ; Man steals friend's wallet ; $43.00 ; 18-month sentence ; Industrial Farm ; Ignace Kokoshka (Charged) ; William Jalowka (Victim)
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 27 Dec 1932, p. 1   Christmas party ; Man steals friend's wallet ; $43.00 ; 18-month sentence ; Industrial Farm ; Ignace Kokoshka (Charged) ; William Jalowka (Victim)
  • Gets jail term on theft charge
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 20 Oct 1932, p. 3     Man pleads guilty ; Theft from employer ; Thunder Bay Lumber Co. ; Three year period ; Two-year sentence ; Industrial Farm ; George E. Graham (Charged)
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 20 Oct 1932, p. 3   Man pleads guilty ; Theft from employer ; Thunder Bay Lumber Co. ; Three year period ; Two-year sentence ; Industrial Farm ; George E. Graham (Charged)
  • Men steal car and also four gallons of gas : carry out novel plan to secure fuel after stealing auto on Victoria Ave.
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 14 Sep 1932     Car stolen ; Gas stolen ; Joy riders ; Car abandoned ; Dr. C.E. Spence (Victim of car theft) ; M. Pooley (Victim of gas theft) ; No suspects
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 14 Sep 1932   Car stolen ; Gas stolen ; Joy riders ; Car abandoned ; Dr. C.E. Spence (Victim of car theft) ; M. Pooley (Victim of gas theft) ; No suspects
  • Hill City woman robbed of purse ; victim tells police men accosted her and snatched cash
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 5 Jan 1932, p. 3     Robinson Street ; Woman accosted ; Purse snatched ; Contained $3 ; Three men held ; Charged with vagrancy ; Remanded one week ; Mrs. M. Jones (Victim)
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 5 Jan 1932, p. 3   Robinson Street ; Woman accosted ; Purse snatched ; Contained $3 ; Three men held ; Charged with vagrancy ; Remanded one week ; Mrs. M. Jones (Victim)
  • Burglars enter Port Arthur store
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 21 Dec 1932, p. 12     Break-ins ; Break and enter ; W.C. Francey's Drug Store ; Tobacco and pens stolen ; No suspects
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 21 Dec 1932, p. 12   Break-ins ; Break and enter ; W.C. Francey's Drug Store ; Tobacco and pens stolen ; No suspects
  • Two-gun bandit holds up service station : threatens to kill two men in office
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 21 Nov 1932, 1, 3     Armed robbery ; Royal Service Station ; Arthur Street at Syndicate Ave. ; Man entered with two guns ; Threatened workers ; Demanded cash ; Escaped with $40 ; Similar to November 4 robbery ; Thomas Kincaid (Victim) ; Wm. J. Phillips (Victim) ; No injuries ; No suspects
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 21 Nov 1932, 1, 3   Armed robbery ; Royal Service Station ; Arthur Street at Syndicate Ave. ; Man entered with two guns ; Threatened workers ; Demanded cash ; Escaped with $40 ; Similar ...
  • Police Charge Man Slain By Tashota Youth : James Rowlandson Shot and Killed and Henry Cashabeck Under Arrest
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 27 Jan 1932, p. 1     Tashota ; Shooting ; Youth charged with murder ; James Rowlandson (Victim) ; Henry Cashabeck (Charged)
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 27 Jan 1932, p. 1   Tashota ; Shooting ; Youth charged with murder ; James Rowlandson (Victim) ; Henry Cashabeck (Charged)
  • Goes to Cell For Piling Ties Across Rails : Young Man From Fort Frances Places Obstruction on Track Near Conmee
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 18 Apr 1932, p. 1     Casimir Adams (Accused) ; Obstruction of Railroad Tracks ; Two Year Sentence ; Stony Mountain Penitentiary
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 18 Apr 1932, p. 1   Casimir Adams (Accused) ; Obstruction of Railroad Tracks ; Two Year Sentence ; Stony Mountain Penitentiary
  • Uscicki Starts on Life Sentence : Convicted Twice of Murder, Man Finally Removed to Stony Mountain
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 6 May 1932, p. 1     Atanaza Uscicki (Accused) ; Convicted of Murder ; Sentenced to be Hanged ; Anna Stoyka and Daughters (Victims) ; Pinewood, Ontario ; Port Arthur Jail ; Stony Mountain Penitentiary ; Life Sentence
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 6 May 1932, p. 1   Atanaza Uscicki (Accused) ; Convicted of Murder ; Sentenced to be Hanged ; Anna Stoyka and Daughters (Victims) ; Pinewood, Ontario ; Port Arthur Jail ; Stony Mountain Penitentiary ; ...
  • Stanley Whalen is held in jail
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 16 Nov 1932, p. 12     Stanley "Slim" Whalen (Accused) ; Communistic Tendencies ; Deportation Hearing ; Immigration Act
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 16 Nov 1932, p. 12   Stanley "Slim" Whalen (Accused) ; Communistic Tendencies ; Deportation Hearing ; Immigration Act
  • Woman given year for arson
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 22 Jul 1932, p. 3     Rainy River Area ; Burned Barn ; L.W. Wilder (Barn Owner) ; Mrs. Leonard McRay (Accused)
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 22 Jul 1932, p. 3   Rainy River Area ; Burned Barn ; L.W. Wilder (Barn Owner) ; Mrs. Leonard McRay (Accused)
  • Think children started blaze
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 19 Aug 1932, p. 3     Children Playing with Matches ; Twin City Grain Co. ; Straw ; Fertilizer
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 19 Aug 1932, p. 3   Children Playing with Matches ; Twin City Grain Co. ; Straw ; Fertilizer
  • Gets 2 years on charge of setting fires
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 16 Sep 1932, p. 1     Wood Piles Burned ; Mine Lake ; Onni Liukonen (Acccused) ; Aino Ahola (Witness)
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 16 Sep 1932, p. 1   Wood Piles Burned ; Mine Lake ; Onni Liukonen (Acccused) ; Aino Ahola (Witness)
  • Think firebugs started blaze in farm house
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 1 Jun 1932, p. 1     Alexander McCluskey ; House Fire ; Barn Fire ; Strange Township ;
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 1 Jun 1932, p. 1   Alexander McCluskey ; House Fire ; Barn Fire ; Strange Township ;
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