Albert
A.
Mungioli


 

ALBERT A. MUNGIOLI served as a Justice of the peace in Camden in the early 1930s. 


Camden Courier-Post - February 4, 1933

NON-SUPPORT CHARGE HOLDS FATHER OF FIVE

Dominic Caccase, 52, of 217 Mickle Street, was ordered held in $500 bail for hearing in Police Court on a non-support charge yesterday. His wife, Grace, charges Caccase failed to provide for her and their five children since December 20, 1931. He was arraigned before Justice or the Peace Albert A. Mungioli, of 314 Stevens street following his arrest by Constable Jack O'Grady.


Camden Courier-Post - June 7, 1933

SQUIRE IN ASSAULT CASE IS GIVEN PROBATION

Albert Mungioli, 31, of 314 Stevens Street, a justice of the peace, who pleaded not guilty before Judge Samuel M. Shay on April 17 to charges of assault and battery on a brother-in-law, received a suspended sentence of three months in jail yes­terday. Mungioli was put on probation for 18 months.

Mungioli was charged with kicking John Strang, 307 South Third Street, in the nose, after an altercation at his home last March. Mungioli said he ordered some relatives out of his house, including Strang, and that the latter struck him.


Camden Courier-Post - August 30, 1935

Charles Salvaggio - Mamie Mungioli - Albert Mungioli - Ferdano Scatasti
Carmen Pitadillo - Louis DiRenzo


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