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Morning Advertiser (London)
15 December 1888

WORSHIP-STREET.

Joseph Isaacs, 30, a cigarmaker, with no fixed abode, was charged, on remand, before Mr. Bushby, with having stolen from the shop of a watchmaker named Levenson, a gold watch valued at 30s.- The prisoner had been sought for by the police in consequence of a report regarding his movements on the night of the murder of Mary Janet Kelly, in Dorset-street, Spitalfields, and it was said by the police that they wished the fullest inquiry as to his doings on the night in question. For that purpose he was remanded, but Detective-sergeant Record, H division, now said that there was no further charge against the prisoner. - The accused was then asked if he wished to go for trial on the charge of larceny, but he pleaded Guilty, and was sentenced to three months' hard labour


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