Miscellaneous Documents

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U.S. vs. James Scola, Richard Rizzuto, Jack Rizzuto, et al.: Indictment

Indictment in Criminal Case No. 14215: United States vs. James Scola, Richard Rizzuto, Jack Rizzuto, Michael Gagliano, Nick Palmantino, James Gargotta, John Buffa, Anthony Trombino, Joseph Bonjoe, Gus A. Roudebush, Albert Johnson, Thomas P. Dodge, Catherine Montalte, William Edmond, Robert Smith, Jesse Brown, Ray Alexander, Ondee Davis, John A. Weathers, Edward Wilkes, Littleton Hendricks, Perry Renfro, Triece M. Harris, Percy Lee, Linwood Allen, Steve Plas, and John Monteleone, defendants.

U.S. vs. James Gargotta and Anthony Trombino: Judgment and Commitment

Judgments and commitments in Criminal Case No. 14218: United States vs. James Gargotta and Anthony Trombino, defendants. Gargotta entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced to eight months in jail, to run concurrently with his sentence in case No. 14215. Trombino entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced to four months in jail, to run concurrently with his sentence in case No. 14215.

U.S. vs. James Gargotta and Anthony Trombino: Indictment

Indictment in Criminal Case No. 14218: United States vs. James Gargotta and Anthony Trombino, defendants. The defendants were charged with feloniously removing a total of 22 gallons of alcohol, on which the tax had not been paid, from a distillery "to a place other than a distillery warehouse" at 548 Troost.

U.S. vs. James Callahan, Frank Geier, May Bartlett, Geneva Vielbig, et al.: Judgment and Sentence

Judgment and commitments for selected defendants in Criminal Case No. 13677: United States vs. James Callahan, Frank Geier, May Bartlett, Geneva Vielbig, Maude Hancher, Frank Gumminger, James Carter, and Mike Cummings, Defendants. Each of the selected defendants were sentenced six to eight months in jail and fined $1000.00.

U.S. vs. James Callahan, Frank Geier, May Bartlett, Geneva Vielbig, et al.: Judgment and Sentence

Indictment for Criminal Case No. 13677: United States vs. James Callahan, Frank Geier, May Bartlett, Geneva Vielbig, Maude Hancher, Frank Gumminger, James Carter, and Mike Cummings, Defendants. The document states that Callahan, Geier, Gumminger, Carter, and Cummings were found guilty and that Bartlett, Vielbig, and Hancher had pleaded nolo contendere ("no contest").

U.S. vs. James Callahan, Frank Geier, May Bartlett, Geneva Vielbig, et al.: Indictment

Indictment for Criminal Case No. 13677: United States vs. James Callahan, Frank Geier, May Bartlett, Geneva Vielbig, Maude Hancher, Frank Gumminger, James Carter, and Mike Cummings, Defendants. In this indictment, the defendants are charged with voter fraud during the national election on November 3, 1936. These defendants were in charge of recording votes for the 18th Precinct of the 3rd Ward located in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri.

U.S. vs. James Akers, John Thomas, Earl D. Heisler and Roy C. Brown: Indictment

Indictment for Criminal Case No. 2214: United States vs. James Akers, alias Arthur Louis, JohnThomas, Earl D. Heisler, and Roy C. Brown, defendants. The defendants are charged with possessing "a certain distilling apparatus" for the manufacture of whiskey that was unregistered with the Internal Revue Service as required by law. Their distilling operation was located at 1122 North River Boulevard in Independence, Missouri.

U.S. vs. Jake Binaggia, Frank Fondana and Tony Dibanata: Search Warrant for 100 Delaware

Search warrant issued for "the premises of John Doe (true name unknown) at 100 Delaware Street, alleging that "intoxicating liquor has been and is now being illegally kept, bartered and sold, in the pool hall and soft drink parlor" at that address. The search warrant was executed on February 28, 1923, and was relevant to Criminal Case No. 5676: United States vs. Jake Binaggia, Frank Fondana and Tony Dibanata, defendant.

U.S. vs. Jake Binaggia, Frank Fondana and Tony Dibanata: Information

Information in the trial of Criminal Case No. 5676: United States vs. Jake Binaggia, Frank Fondana and Tony Dibanata, defendant. The document states that, per the affidavit of Arthur L. Curran, Federal Prohibition Agent, Binaggia, Fondana, and Dibanata were in possession of five gallons of whiskey on December 18, 1922.

U.S. vs. Jake Binaggia, Frank Fondana and Tony Dibanata: Commissioner's Report of Trial

Information in the trial of Criminal Case No. 5676: United States vs. Jake Binaggia, Frank Fondana and Tony Dibanata, defendant. The document summarizing Tony DiBanata's hearing before George D. Beardsley, United States Commissioner. DiBanata was held as "probably guilty," ordered a recognizance of $1000, and ordered to appear in U.S. District Court on April 23, 1923.

U.S. vs. J. R. Hennessey, Sam Goucher, Lula Overly, et al.: Judgment and Commitment

Judgments and commitment in Criminal Case No. 13683: United States vs. J. R. Hennessey, Sam Goucher, Lula Overly, Charles O. Jackson, Viola Turner, and Jack Turner, defendants. The documents report that Hennessey, Overly, Jackson, and Viola Turner entered a plea of nolo contendere and was sentenced to two months in jail, then suspended for two years probation, and a $250 fine. Goucher entered a plea of nolo contendere and was sentenced to three months in jail, then suspended for two years probation, and a $250 fine.

U.S. vs. J. R. Hennessey, Sam Goucher, Lula Overly, et al.: Indictment

Indictment in Criminal Case No. 13683: United States vs. J. R. Hennessey, Sam Gougher, Lula Overly, Charles O. Jackson, Viola Turner, and Jack Turner, defendants. The defendants were charged with conspiring to impede citizens' right to vote and have that vote truthfully counted in the 24nd Precinct of the 9th Ward during the November 3, 1936 election.