Other Articles Clipping from New York Times, Fri, Apr 14, 1882.

Clipped from US, New York, New York, New York Times, April 14, 1882

DAMAGES FOR A FALSE ARREST. John McKenna, who was employed by anlnspeolor of the Department of Pnhlio Works, having gone t° the factory of Franklin EL James toput a water meter Into the building, was chargedwith being a impostor, and hie arrest for attemptedblack mailing was procured by James. He was discharged from arrest by a Police Justice In the Jefferson Market Police Court. He sued Jamas for *5.000 damages for false imprisonment, and a Jury Iq tho Supreme Court. Circuity yesterday, gave him a verdict for *150 damages.