Malcolm, 41, a salesman, of 320 Penn Street, was arrested
in the city dog pound on Admiral Wilson boulevard under
the Federal Street viaduct last night after he was alleged
to have forced an entrance to the building and liberated a
The dogs hampered traffic on the
boulevard as they scampered across the highway. One animal
was killed by an automobile and another escaped. Police
recaptured 10 others.
Harry Daniels, of 140 Eleventh
Street, a caretaker at the pound, whose home is nearby,
heard the dogs barking shortly after 10.30. p. m. and went
t6 the building to investigate. He called police who
discovered the front door open and the dogs at liberty.
Patrolmen Karl Friederichs and
Thomas Stanton, responding in a radio car, found Malcolm
in the place and said he had been drinking. They arrested
Malcolm while other patrol crews joined, in the chase
between automobiles on the boulevard to recapture the
said Malcolm broke into the kennel a few weeks ago. and
escaped when a patrol oar arrived, leaving his overcoat
and hat. Malcolm gave no reason for being in the pound,
police said. He will have a hearing today in police court.
Police are investigating his record. The Penn Street
address given by him is a rooming house.