TWO CHAUFFEURS JAILED.
The New York Times
December 30, 1922
Ninety-Day Sentences Imposed for Driving While Drunk.
John Hand of 25 Rutgers Place and Edward Henman, a negro, of 12 Gay Street, chauffeurs, were sentenced to ninety days in the workhouse when they were convicted yesterday in Special Sessions of operating automobiles while intoxicated. Justices Murphy, Healy and Herbert revoked their licenses.
Hand was arrested shortly before dawn on Nov. 14, when he was recklessly operating a taxicab at Monroe and Jefferson Streets. Henman was arrested while attempting to operate a touring car at Broadway and Canal Street at noon on Oct. 9.
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