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Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Standard Union - May 22, 1931 - Court News
Date: Tue, 27 May 2003 21:25:06 EDT
PAROLED FOR HEARING
Martin PETROWSKY, 44, of 365 Eighteenth street, pleaded not guilty to a
disorderly conduct charge brought by his wife, Mary in Fifth avenue Court after he
allegedly tried to choke her while their small children were looking on.
Magistrate FOLWELL paroled PETROWSKY for a hearing June 4.
Acting on a complaint sent by a neighbor to the Sheepshead Bay police
station. Patrolman John CURLEY served a summons upon Nathan HYAMS, 25 years old, of
2263 East Twenty-fourth street, for parking an automobile all night in the rear
yard of his home. HYAMS pleaded guilty and received a suspended sentence from
PLEADS NOT GUILTY
Before Magistrate SABBATINO in Coney Island court yesterday Irving NOVACK, 35
of 1005 Brighton Beach avenue, was arrested on a charge of violation of the
city ordinances made by Patrolman James HANNON, of the Coney Island station.
The policeman alleged NOVACK caused the sidewalk in front of his furniture store
at the address given to be blocked by crates containing furniture. NOVACK
pleaded not guilty and was paroled for further hearing on May 28.
Accused of bookmaking Samuel COHEN, 26 years old, of 2878 West Twenty-fifth
street pleaded not guilty when arraigned before Magistrate SABBATINO in the
Coney Island court yesterday and was paroled for further hearing on May 29. He
was arrested at Coney Island last Wednesday by Patrolman George A. BAILEY, of
Inspector FITZPATRICK's staff for the acceptance of wagers from several men on
horses racing that day.
Lack of evidence moved Magistrate SABBATINO in the Coney Island court
yesterday to dismiss a charge of disorderly conduct against Samuel KALCHINSKY, 43
years old, of 3145 East Fourth street. The complain was made by Patrolman James
of the Coney Island station, who alleged KALCHINSKY called him a "dog" when
he was summoned to the man's house following a complaint made against him by
his wife. Mrs. KALCHINSKY stated that despite the fact that she did not want her
husband arrested he was taken into custody by the policeman.
Transcribed for the Brooklyn Information pages by Mary Davis
Researching HAAS, DUGGAN, GOETZ & DAVIS