Clipped From Asbury Park Press
MAN HELD FOR ROBBERY Jmeph Champion Jailed on Charge of Entering Homes. (Snirlnl to 1 h lrf ENGLISHTOWN, May 10. Joseph Champion, recently employed in this vicinity, is in the county Jail today awaiting action by the grand Jury on the charge of robbing two Engllshtown homes about a week ago. Champion was arrested Wednesday night in Union Beach by George R. Ross, chief of police of that boro. After beina turned over in Chief nf Police Raymond B. Vandcrhoef, dis-Engllshtown, the accused man was nr- raigned before Justice of the Peace Curt Schur and sent to tail. Police said he confessed to the robbery of the homes of Mrs. Mary Quacknbush and Warren Jcmlson. Mrs. Quackenbush's loss was a $5 gold piece and other coins, and Jemlson's stolen property was wearing apparel. Most of the property has been recovered.