William Mast arrested at Hemingray and taken back to Pittsburg


Publication: The Muncie Daily News

Muncie, IN, United States
p. 4, col. 5



Some time ago Wm. Mast came here from Pittsburgh, Pa., and secured a situation at Hemingray's glass factory. It seems that he was not as nice a man as some people took him to be, for yesterday morning G. O. Fluker, a Pittsburgh detective arrived here with the necessary papers, and took him to his old home Pittsburgh, where he is wanted for seduction. He was a well dressed, nice looking young man, and had made many friends during his short sojourn in this city. The detective give it as his opinion that Mast would be acquitted.


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Researcher:Bob Stahr / Roger Lucas
Date completed:June 7, 2010 by: Glenn Drummond;