Parl-Mutuel Manipulators Go to Jail: Three Men Taken for Forgery and Cashing of Tickets Plead Guilty at Louisville, Daily Racing Form, 1913-11-14


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PARI-MUTUEL MANIPULATORS GO TO JAIL. TfcTee Men Taken for Forgery and Cashing of Tickets Plead. Guilty at Louisville. Louisville, Ky., November 18. Penalties for the forging and cashing of pari-mutuel tickets duriug the recent race meeting at Douglas Park were as- bessed in the Criminal Court here yesterday against three men. A. L Fry, claiming to be Irom Virginia, pleaded guilty, after the evidence had been submitted, and was given an indeterminate penitentiary sentence of from one to rive years. J. J. Jefferson, alias F. M. Sheets, said also to be from Virginia, was sentenced to live months in the county jail on his pica of guilty. John Moldwen, alias T. J. Johnson, a Pittsburg steamboat engineer, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge and was assessed a line and costs. The three were accused of having forged and 1 cashed tickets on October 4 lasti and were declared by the officer who arrested them to have been members of a gang which has operated similarly on other race courses, ;

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