|Camden Courier-Post * Evening Courier * June 4, 1933|
IN ONE ROBBERY, ARRESTED FOR ANOTHER
released a week ago in connection with the $11,000 Camden
Radio Condenser Company holdup, was rearrested Saturday and held in $3000
bail on a charge of robbing an East
The accused is Stanley Powell, 26, of 1256 Whitman Avenue, alleged to have stolen, with the help of two other men of unknown identity, a marble machine and 100 cigars from Marty's Olde Tappe Room, operated at 1990 Federal Street by Marty Segal.
he learned that Powell's new expensive car had been seen near the taproom
early on Thursday, when the robbery occurred. Zeitz said he obtained this
information after Powell had been quizzed and released in the radio firm
Upon further investigation, Zeitz asserted, he found a witness, Daniel Danter, 1985 Carman Street, who allegedly saw Powell and two other men carrying "something" from the store and loading it in the car. Zeitz, according to Zeitz, identified Powell. Elwood Cox, of 1981 Carman Street, is alleged by Zeitz to have seen Powell's car in that neighborhood on the morning of the robbery, but didn't know any of the men in it.
Acting Police Judge James Smith fixed the amount of bail.
PICKED OUT WRONG SPOT
Swedesboro, June 20- Fishing in the private Narraticon Lake, owned by William Cook, cost a Camden man $5 fine today and a similar amount was suspended in the case of a companion.
Justice of the Peace Harold S. Twiss fined Stanley Powell, 24, of 1256 Whitman Avenue, after his arrest by Marshal William Jordan. Constant Grienkwicz, 21, of 1469 Louis Street, Camden, was released with a suspended sentence.
|1256 Whitman Avenue
Camden Courier-Post * June 19, 1934
|Stanley Powell||Stanley Geda||John Lenkowski||Mitchell Sadowski|
Ward - Gustav
Koerner - Genova Cafe - Central
Airport - William
T. Feitz - Joseph Schultz
Stephanie Ciesla - Chase Street - Ellis Parker - Young & Metzner Co.
Trenton Times * July 2, 1934
Sadowski - Stanley Krause - John
Lenkowski - The "John Doe" was Stanley
Stanley Powell - Edward Guedryc (Gedrich)
Evening Courier - September 3, 1934
William T. Feitz - Sycamore Street - Joseph Leonhardt - Stanley Wirtz - Arthur Colsey - George Ward
Samuel P. Orlando - Gustav Koerner - Emma Heisler - Cornelius Murphy - Thomas Bonelli
Edward Grapatin - Joseph McKenna - Catherine Loughead - Edith Miller - Edna Butler
Joseph "Joey" Powell - Stanley Powell - Thomas Cheeseman - Frank T. Lloyd
Holl - Vernon
Jones - Cecelia Spencer - Roy
R. Stewart - Frank Adams -
Henry Gorba - Edward McKenna - Rox Saponare - Edward B. Rogers
Camden Courier-Post * January 4, 1936
|Stanley Powell -
Frank Gromacki - Broadway
Samuel Shane - Mary Shane
Harry Gassell - Liberty Street
Samuel E. Johnson
American National Bank
|Camden Courier-Post - February 17, 1936|
PLEADS GUILTY IN SHANE ROBBERY
of five suspects held in the $10,380 robbery of Mrs. Mary Shane, wife
of a Camden motor vehicle agent, entered guilty pleas to two of four
indictments yesterday before Judge Frank
F. Neutze. The others pleaded not guilty to all four counts.
Gromacki, 28, of 412 Broadway,
pleaded guilty to larceny from person and highway robbery without
instilling fear in the victim. He entered not guilty pleas to
conspiracy and highway robbery and instilling fear.
other suspects are Stanley
A. Powell, 28, of 1256 Whitman
Avenue; Harry Gassel, 27, of 1282 Liberty
Grenkwicz, 23, of 1469 Louis
Street, and Edward Giedrye, 21, of
Mt. Ephraim Avenue and Liberty
Shane, wife of Samuel Shane, who served as motor vehicle agent at 1289
Avenue, was robbed on January 2, near the American
National Bank, Broadway
south of Kaighn
Avenue. She was about to enter the bank to deposit $8930 in cash
and $1450 in checks, representing receipts from motor vehicle licenses
issued at the agency on December 31. A bag containing money was
snatched from her hand.
$6000 has not been recovered.
was continued in $5000 bail while the others were returned to cells to
await trial. Gassel's car was alleged to have been used by the others
in fleeing from the robbery.
Judge Neutze said Gromacki "will be given consideration" when sentence is imposed as a result of his two guilty pleas.-
April 21, 1951
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