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I enter these as and when I find them while trawling PapersPast so they are by no means complete.

COUNTY COURT, WELLINGTON
New Zealand Gazette & Wellington Spectator 24 August 1842 p3

BECKETT James Stealing from stores owned by Henry MARTINEAU, Thomas BRYSON, George Wynter BLATHWAITE
WRAGG James Stealing a lamb from MACHATTIE

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE - SUPREME COURT (Auckland)
Daily Southern Cross 7 September 1844 p2

BOOTH Moses Breaking into the premises of David Nathan. Seven years transportation. Witnesses D COOPER, G NEWLAND
CHISHOLM Adam Owner of a slaughter house in the town of Auckland, which was a public nuisance.
DOWIE William Bulbe (A Parkhurst boy) Stealing from the dwelling house of J P DUMOULIN. Seven years transportation. Witnesses Ed William (butcher), GIBBLING (butcher), Edward JOHNSON
FAGAN Thomas Breaking into the premises of David Nathan. Acquitted.
LEWIS Edward (A coloured man) Stealing a Leicester ewe, the property of S KEMPTHORNE of Tamaki. Ten years transportation.
STEWART William Stealing a Leicester ewe, the property of S KEMPTHORNE of Tamaki. Ten years transportation. Witnesses H H OLIVER, Isaac WYAT, Francis RING, P CROSEIR

SUPREME COURT (AUCKLAND)
Daily Southern Cross 4 March 1848 p3
On Monday last, the Supreme Court (Auckland) held its usual sitting for the despatch of the criminal business, when the following convictions took place:

BURNS Joseph Cutting and wounding Margaret REARDON with intent to do her some bodily harm
CALTHORPE William Stealing apparel - four pairs of trousers the property of John HUNTER
RICHES John Stealing money off William Philip CLARK

SUPREME COURT (AUCKLAND)
Daily Southern Cross 9 Sep 1848 p3

CHAPLIN George Assault upon wife Catherine CHAPLIN - one month imprisonment
CORNWALL James Stealing from Daniel SINCLAIR - transported for 15 years
PELLETT Jonathan Stealing from Daniel SINCLAIR - transported for 15 years
REARDON Margaret Perjury - transported 7 years
WILLIAMS Charles Convicted of stealing a pistol etc from Edward Green GRIFFITHS - transported 15 years

SUPREME COURT (AUCKLAND)
Daily Southern Cross 4 Sep 1849 p2
Grand Jury: - Lieut-Col HULME (foreman), Major MATSON, S A BELL, W BROWN, W S GRAHAME, Joseph HARGREAVES, S KEMPTHORNE, T LEWIS, - McLACHLAN, G M MITFORD, Mathew WHYTLAW, J WOODHOUSE, Ed. MAYNE, John SALMON, Henry WEEKS, A KENNEDY, - MAHON Esq.

APPLEBY Thomas On prosecution of Emma NICHLEN (aged 11) for felony
BOURNE Thomas On prosecution of William GREEN, proprietor of a public house at Panmure, for larceny £3 14s 6d. Witness Mrs Ann DURBRIDGE
BROWN John Henry On the prosecution of William POTTER for felony
BROWN John Henry On the prosecution of Alexander GEDDES (of Mangarei (sic)) for felony
BROWN John Henry On the prosecution of George Owen ORMSBY (of Onehunga), for felony
CARLAND Julia On the prosecution of Laughlin O'BRIEN for larceny
TELFOUR William On the prosecution of W Leicester ROGERS for lacrceny
WILLIAMS Edward On the prosecution of William POTTER for felony
WILLIAMS Edward On the prosecution of Alexander GEDDES (of Mangarei (sic)) for felony
WILLIAMS Edward On the prosecution of George Owen ORMSBY (of Onehunga), for felony

SUPREME COURT (AUCKLAND)
Daily Southern Cross 4 Dec 1849 p3

McCREEDY Mary Stealing a watch, the property of James Thomas BOYLAN. 12 months imprisonment
CIVIL SESSION
RUSSELL George Frederick HARDY Edward
WOODHOUSE John HARPE William Clayton

SUPREME COURT (Auckland)
Daily Southern Cross 4 March 1851 p2

BUTCHER Francis Corporal 58th Regiment - Wilful murder of Francis MacKEOWN on 9 December 1850
LAMB Ann Stealing from Elizabeth, an aboriginal native woman
MARTIN Mary Stealing from Elizabeth, an aboriginal native woman
McGREGOR John Stealing 2 coats and 1 pair of trowsers (sic) the property of Isaiah CROWTHER
McGREGOR John Stealing a watch - the property of William BACON
MOORE Peter (A man of color (sic)) Stealing from Martin JORDAN

RESIDENTS MAGISTRATES COURT (Auckland)
Daily Southern Cross, Volume XVI, Issue 1244, 16 August 1859, Page 3

FLEMING Samuel Onehunga
LAMBE Alexander Mahurangi
NEWMAN Catherine Mahurangi
McMANUS Sarah Mahurangi
PARSONS Mary Mahurangi
McDONALD Patrick -
McDONALD Jane -

CALENDAR OF PRISONERS FOR TRIAL
Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXV, Issue 3620, 24 February 1869, Page 4

CAME TO COLONY NATIVE OF OCCUPATION AGE STATUS MEMBER OF CONDITION CRIME
ALLEN Edward Sir Robert Peel, 1847, free England Labourer 40 Single - Cannot read or write Committed 4 Jan 1869 by the Resident Magistrate of Auckland, for stealing from the person
ANDERSON Richard Nightingale, 1864, free Tasmania Sawyer 32 Single Roman Catholic Can read and write Committed 25 Jan 1869 by the Resident Magistrate of Shortland for stealing from premises
BYRNES Michael Derwent Hunter, 1862, free Ireland Miner 32 Single Roman Catholic Can read and write Committed 17 Dec 1868 by Resident Magistrate, Shortland for stealing from the person. Presviously convicted by Resident Magistrate of Auckland on 14 Aug 1867 for stealing from premises and sentenced to two months imprisonment with hard labour
CAM Owen Lancashire Witch, 1866, free Ireland Labourer 30 - Roman Catholic - Committed 6 Jan 1869 by Resident Magistrate, Auckland for breaking and entering a dwelling and stealing therefrom
DOODEWARD Abraham John Penn, 1868, free Holland Dealer 28 Single Hebrew Can read and write Committed 21 Dec by the Resident Magistrate, Auckland for stealing from the premises
FLETCHER Charles Lord Burleigh, 1860, free England Butcher 30 Single Church of England Can read and write Committed 15 Jan 1869 by the Resident Magistrate of Auckland for breach of the Larceny Act, 1867
FLOYD (LLOYD) Samuel Elizabeth Ann Bright, 1860, free England Cordial manufacturer 26 Single Church of England Can read and write Committed 11 Jan 1869 by the Resident Magistrate, Shortland for stealing from the person
GALLAUGHER William Clifton, 1848, free Ireland Bootmaker 33 Married Roman Catholic Can read and write Committed 21 Dec by the Resident Magistrate, Auckland for unlawfully and maliciously stabbing, cutting and wounding
HARRIS Charles Herald, 1868, free England Miner 35 Single Church of England Can read but not write Committed 4 Jan 1869 by the Resident Magistrate, Auckland for assault with intent to rob
LEWIS Edward Lord Auckland, 1844, free England Ropemaker 49 Single Church of England Can read and write Committed 8 Jan 1869 by Resident Magistrate, Auckland for uttering a forged cheque. Previously convicted at the Supreme Court, Auckland on 3 Jun 1867 for false pretences and sentenced to one year and nine months imprisonment with hard labour
MARKS Edward H Blue Jacket, 1867, free England Jeweller 17 Single Hebrew Can read and write Committed 12 Jan 1869 by the Resident Magistrate of Auckland for stealing from premises
MORRIS John Mermaid, 1854, free England Sailor 41 Married Church of England Cannot read or write Committed 28 Jan 1869 by Resident Magistrate, Shortland for assault and robbery. Previously convicted in the Resident Magistrates Court, Cambridge on 30 August 1865, for stealing from the premises and sentenced to four calendar months, with hard labour
MULLINS Michael Victoria, 1860, free Ireland Shoemaker 36 Single Roman Catholic Cannot read or write Committed 12 Feb by the Resident Magistrate, Auckland for stealing from the premises. Previously convicted at Supreme Court, Auckland 3 March 1865 for stealing from the person and sentenced to 18months imprisonment with hard labour. Also Resident Magistrate Court, Auckland 15 Oct 1866 larcency, 2 months imprisonment with hard labour, Resident Magistrate Court, Auckland 15 OCt 1866 larceny with one months imprisonment with hard labour, Resident Magistrates Court of Auckland 8 Oct 1867 for stealing from premises, four months imprisonment with hard labour
MURPHY Patrick (alias Michael NEAGLE) Lord Ashley, 1864, free Ireland Labourer 45 Single Roman Catholic Can read and write Committed 11 Jan 1869 by Resident Magistrate, Auckland for breaking and entering a dwelling and stealing therefrom
QUINN Mary Elizabeth Ann Bright, 1862, free Ireland - 27 Married Roman Catholic Cannot read or write Committed 4 Jan 1869 by Resident Magistrate, Auckland for stealing from the person. Previously convicted at the Resident Magistrates Court of Onehunga on the 3 Apr 1867 for stealing from the person and sentenced to three months imprisonment with hard labour
SHINE Patrick Norwood, 1866, free Ireland Labourer 22 Single Roman Catholic Can neither read nor write Committed 16 Dec 1868 by Resident Magistrate, Auckland for being illegally at large, and assault with intent to rob. Previsously convicted in the Supreme Court of Auckland on the 1st and 5th March 1867 for burglary and sentenced to four years penal servitude
WENDLAND William Winterther, 1865, free Prussia Seaman 27 Single Church of England Can read and write Committed 2 Dec 1868 by Resident Magistrate, Auckland for stealing from person
WHITE Anne Norwood, 1863, free Ireland - 34 Single Church of England Can neither read nor write Committed on 17 Dec 1868 by Resident Magistrate, Shortland for stealing from the person
WILSON William Norwood, 1860, free England Gunsmith 51 Single Church of England Can read and write Committed 28 Jan 1869 by Resident Magistrate, Shortland for assault and robbery. Previously convicted in the Resident Magistrates Court, Cambridge on 30 August 1865, for stealing from the premises and sentenced to four calendar months, with hard labour

SUPREME COURT: CRIMINAL CALENDAR
Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVII, Issue 4306, 2 June 1871, Page 2
The following is the calendar of prisoners for trial at the Criminal Sittings of the Supreme Court, commencing on Monday next:-

BIRD William - - - - - - - - - Committed on May 31 for stealing specimens.
BOYNE Matthew Ganges 1854 Free Ireland Labourer Aged 32 Married Roman Catholic Neither read and write Committed on the 17th April for stealing from a dwelling
BURRELL James Mermaid 1863 Free England Labourer Aged 27 Married Church of England Read and write Committed on May 25 for brach of the Arms Act
CHERRY Francis - - - - - - - - Read and write Committed on May 3 for libel
GUNN John Maori 1863 Free Scotland Labourer Aged 20 Single Church of England Read and write Committed on 12 March for stealing from the premises
HARLEY Charles - 1863 - England Storekeeper Aged 28 Married Roman Catholic Read and write Committed on May 10 for breach of the Arms Act (two charges)
HARRISON William Omeo 1863 Free England Veterinary surgeon Aged 52 Married Church of England Read and write Committed on March 13 for horse-stealing (two charges)
HEWSON James Nor'wester 1861 Free Scotland Horse breaker Aged 26 Single Church of Scotland Read and write Committed on April 5 for horse stealing
KNAPP William Lady Jocelyn 1863 Free England Labourer Aged 37 Single Church of England Neither read and write Committed on March 24 for embezzlement
McGRATH Patrick - - Free New Zealand Labourer Aged 26 Married Roman Catholic Read and write Committed on May 16 for breach of the Arms Act
MUIRHEAD Thomas Pollock Resolute 1865 Free Scotland Clerk Aged 29 Single Church of England Read and write Committed on March 21 for wilful murder
NASH George - - - - - - - - - Committed on the 20th March for breach of the Bankruptcy Act
PERCIVAL William Derwent Hunter 1863 Free Ireland Settler Aged 38 Married Church of England Read and write Committed on the 19th April for perjury
PRICE Charles - 1863 Free Wales Sawyer Aged 52 Single Church of England Neither read and write Committed on 12 April for stealing from a dwelling
ROPER Hephzibah - - - - - - - - - Committed on May 11 for stealing from the premises
STEWART Donald - - - - - - - - Read and write Committed 6th April for assault
TEKA Tamehana - - Free New Zealand Labourer Aged 27 Single Church of England Read and write Committed on 8 April for horse stealing

CRIMINAL CALENDAR
Daily Southern Cross 29 December 1875 p2
On Monday 1st, at eleven o'clock, the Criminal Sessions at the Supreme Court (Auckland) will begin. There are 18 prisoners on the calendar, against whom 24 offences are placed. Three are out on bail, and the usual particulars furnished respecting accuseed persons are not given in these instances. Respecting the other 15 persons, 12 of them are returned as members of the Church of England, and 3 as belonging to the Roman Catholic Church. The following are the names of the accused, with the nature of the offence with which they stand charged:

CAME TO COLONY NATIVE OF OCCUPATION AGE STATUS MEMBER OF CONDITION CRIME
AUSTIN James B White Eagle, 1875 England Clerk 18 Single Church of England Can read and write Stealing from the person
BAKER Alfred Schiehallion, 1874 England Labourer 32 Married Church of England Can read and write Wounding with intent to do grevious bodily harm
BLOOMFIELD James Andrew Jackson England Gardener 42 Married Church of England Can read and write Stealing from a dwelling house
BRADY John Egmont, 1856 Ireland Carpenter 39 Married Roman Catholic Can read and write Three charges of forgery and uttering
CROSSLEY William Queen of Nations, 1874 Ireland Telegraphist 19 Single Church of England Can read and write Three charges of forgery and uttering
HAYES Samuel Came to colony in 'Dover Castle" 1875 England Baker 34 Married Church of England Can read and write Stealing from premises
KIRBY William - - - - - - - Indecent assault, on bail
MAORIRANGA Tu (alias Tu MAORIRERE) - New Zealand Labourer 20 Married Church of England Cannot read or write Perjury
MOORE Matthew Came to colony in 1852 Victoria Blacksmith 24 Married Church of England Cannot read or write Wilful murder
MULLER Annie British Empire, 1875 England - 26 Widow Church of England Can read and write Wilful murder
RYCROFT James - New Zealand Shoemaker 24 Single Church of England Can read and write Breaking and entering and stealing therefrom
SHEARER John Columbine, 1834 Scotland Mariner 62 Married Roman Catholic Can read and write Two charges of larceny as a bailee
STRONG George Ann, 1846 England Waterman 50 Married Church of England Can read and write Arson
STRONG Margaret Ann, 1846 Ireland - 48 Married Church of England Can read and write Arson
TAMITAMI Hiria - New Zealand - 30 Widow Church of England Cannot read or write Wilful murder
THORNALLY Andrew - England - 33 - - - Forgery and uttering. On bail
WALLS Margaret Dauntless, 1865 Ireland - 40 Married Roman Catholic Cannot read or write Two charges wilful murder
WESTON Henry - - - - - - - Embezzlement on bail

Bay of Plenty Times 5 January 1876 p2
The Criminal Sessions opened (in Auckland) on Monday. The judge in his cahrge commented upon the new Acts of Parliament affecting bills of sale, bankruptcy, evidence etc. The grand jury threw out the bill against the Maori woman Hiria TIMITAMI, charged with murder. The following sentences were recorded:

AUSTIN - Stealing a watch, nine months
BLOOMFIELD James Stealing £5 at Russell, old offender, five years
BRADIE John Three charges of forging and uttering, three years
CROSSLEY William Forgery, one year
HAYES - Found guilty of stealing money from a new chum when drunk, sentence deferred
KIRBY William True bill returned, indecent assault
MILLER Anne True bill returned, wilful murder
MOORE Matthew True bill returned, wilful murder
STEWART Harriett Harriett For larcency as bailee, six months
STRONG (and wife) Jury found no bill against STRONG and wife on the charge of arson

CRIMINAL CALENDAR
Daily Southern Cross 28 December 1876 p2
Subjoined is the calendar of prisoners to be tried at the Supreme Court, Auckland, commencing on Tuesday next, the 2nd January 1877.

CAME TO COLONY NATIVE OF OCCUPATION AGE STATUS MEMBER OF CONDITION CRIME
ALLEN John Glenlora, 1875 Scotland Sailor 37 Single Presbyterian Can read and write Assaulting a constable in the execution of his duty
BEDFORD Patrick Elizabeth Ann Bright, 1863 Ireland Miner 30 Married Roman Catholic Can read and write Breaking and entering a warehouse and stealing therefrom
CURTAIN Martin Daniel Matson, 1851 Ireland Farmer 36 Single Roman Catholic Can neither read nor write Wilful murder
DEBNEY Joshua (Rd Joshua?) Warwick, 1874 England Clerk 29 Single Church of England Can read and write Four charges of embezzlement
DRAPER Edward G Invererne, 1876 England Clerk 21 Single Church of England Can read and write Three charges of forgery
GAPPER Thomas Ramales, 1847 England Labourer 66 Single Church of England Can read and write Forgery and uttering
GRAY Thomas - - - - - - - -
HASKIN Ed - - - - - - - Stealing from a dwelling house, on bail
HUMPHREYS Peter Runnymede, 1859 Jersey Cook 57 Single Roman Catholic Can read only Soliciting and inciting another to commit an unnatural offence
JONES Thomas Harvest Home, 1872 England Sailor 18 Single Church of England Can read and write Breaking and entering a warehouse and stealing therefrom
KANE Mary Ann St Leonards, 1873 Ireland - 20 Single Church of England Can read and write Infanticide
KIRWIN William F India, 1874 Ireland Papermaker 18 Single Church of England Can read and write Breach of Malicious Injury to Property Act 1867, on bail (with OGDEN)
KNIGHT Joseph - - - - - - - -
McINNANEY Daniel - - - - - - - Assault
MURPHY John - - - - - - - Indecent assault, on bail
OGDEN Anne Jane India, 1874 Ireland Papermaker 18 Single Church of England Can read and write Breach of Malicious Injury to Property Act 1867, on bail (with KIRWIN)
OLSEN (alias SPANAGAL) Christian Miltiades, 1874 Sweden Sailor 28 Single Church of England Can read and write Stealing from a vessel and breaking and entering a counting-house and stealing therefrom
TAYLOR Samuel James Wishart, 1873 England Baker 18 Single Church of England Can read and write Stealing from the premises

CRIMINAL CALENDAR
Bay of Plenty Times 29 September 1877 p3
The following is the calendar of prisoners for trial at the Supreme Court (Auckland), commencing Monday next:

OCCUPATION AGE STATUS MEMBER OF CRIME
CALDWELL Alfred Carpenter 22 Married Church of England Manslaughter
DAWSON George (alias George GREY) Labourer 26 Single Church of England Obtaining money by false pretences in the Waikato, also on charges of larceny as bailee, and issuing valueless cheque
FISHER James - 24 Single Church of England Breaking into a dwelling at Kaipara and stealing therefrom
HAIRA Hinga - - - - Horse stealing
HIMIORA - - - - - Breaking and entering a dwelling house in Thames and stealing therefrom
HYAMS Morris - - - - Uttering a forgery
MOHATA - - - - - Breaking and entering a dwelling house in Thames and stealing therefrom
O'CONNELL Yelverton William - - - - Making a false declaration under the Marriage Act
POTE William Baker 27 Single Church of England Assault with intent to do grevious bodily harm
ROLLINSON James Bushman 40 Married Congregationalist Forging and uttering in Waikato
WHANGO - - - - - Breaking and entering a dwelling house in Thames and stealing therefrom
WHITE William Carpenter 48 Single Church of England Assault with intent to rape

THE SUPREME COURT CALENDAR
Bay of Plenty Times 16 January 1883 p2/Thames Star 16 January 1883 p2 (also see Bay of Plenty Times 18 Jan 1883 p2)
The following is a calendar of the prisoners for trail at the Supreme Court (Auckland), commencing on Wednesday next. All the prisoners can read and write except TANGO, RODERIQUEZ, CROWLEY, CURTIS, WILLIAMS and FLOYD.

ALIAS
BRIGSTOCK (BRIGGLOCK) Richard Owen Clerk SIMS Thomas Forging and uttering
CROSSLEY William Henry Telegraphist CLIFFORD Harry False pretences
CROWLEY James - - Murder
CURTIS Ellen - - Stealing from the person
DEAN George Fireman - Larceny
ERIKSON John Carpenter - Larceny
FLOYD Thomas - - Breaking and entering
GIBBS Henry Brewer - Breaking and entering
GUDGEON W W - - Attempted rape
HAMILTON Marion Robertson Widow - Murder
HEALEY Richard Sailor - Larceny
HOHAIA - Labourer Horse stealing
JOHNSON John - - Cutting and wounding
JOSEPHSON Sampson - - Stealing in a shop
KAY or KING James Labourer TURNER William Breaking and entering, burglary
LODER Richard Labourer - Larceny as a baillie
LONG Albert Edward Comedian - Shooting with intent to murder
LYTTLE William John Blacksmith - Bigamy
MAHONEY William Thomas - - Breaking and entering
MARKS Mark - - Stealing in a shop
MASON Henry Sailor LLOYD Leonard Two charges, burglary and stealing from a dwelling
MOELLER Edward J Sail maker - Larceny
MURPHY James Labourer - Arson
OLSON (OLSEN) George Sailor - Assault with intent to murder
PRIESTLEY Thomas Foley Collan Student - Murder
RODERIQUEZ Joseph - - Larceny
STACKPOLE Annie - - Concealment of birth
STEWART Thomas - or Thomas Stewart SCOTLAND Larceny
SUTHERLAND Benjamin Labourer - Larceny
TANGO Titore Labourer MANUKU Titore Assault with intent to do grevious bodily harm
WALLACE Joseph Labourer (age 42) - Attempt to commit suicide
WEBB William - - Larceny
WILSON Robert Labourer - Larceny
WRIGHT (WEIGHT) Alfred - - Larceny
YOUNG Peter - - Larceny
CIVIL COURT
CROSBIE Pierce LYNCH Dennis Civil List - An action of £100 bill
HAMMOND Thomas Charles WAYTE Edward Civil List - False imprisonment - claim £500
LYTTLE Hannah Maria LYTTLE John Civil List - Suit for dissolution of marriage on the ground of adultery
McCLUSKY Adam J GILBERT Edward Killan Civil List - Seduction
MONTROSE Charles Otho MONTROSE Matilda Civil List - William BAKER, co-respondent, suit for dissolution of marriage on the ground of adultery
RAMUS Samuel BUCKLAND James Civil List - Promissory note for £226, betting transaction
WILCOCK Thomas Lowrey WILCOCK Mary Price Civil List - Charles Edward FORDER, co-respondent, suit for the dissolution of marriage on ground of adultery

SUPREME COURT (Auckland)
Te Aroha News Volume V, Issue 247, 17 March 1888, Page 4

BAKER Thomas Cattle stealing, the property of HAPETA. Not guilty, discharged
BARRETT James No bill against cattle stealing
DOYLE William Horse stealing, the property of John Rennie ANDERSON. Two years hard labour
EVANS John Peter Assault and robbery. Pleaded guilty. Three years penal servitude
HOWE Alexander (alias John BROWN) Illegally pawning a racing saddle, the property of John KATTERNS. Pawned to Emanuel MENDLESSOHN. Not guilty, discharged
LLOYD William John (alias Henry James SUNDERLAND Forgin and uttering. Witness Robert BAXTER, teller at National Bank of New Zealand. Twelve months.
MALONEY James Steal and carry away the yacht Malua and other yachts. Penal servitude seven and three years.
McDOWELL Thomas Steal and carry away the yacht Malua and other yachts. Penal servitude three years.
MORISEY Ann Set fire to a dwelling house, the property of (son) John MORISEY at Cambridge. Witness Mrs Mary BURTON. Not guilty, discharged
NELSON Edmund Steal and carry away the yacht Malua and other yachts. Penal servitude seven and three years.
O'CONNEL Johanna Setting fire to her dwelling house, Franklin Rd with the intent to defraud the North British Mercantile Insurance Company (Earlier newspaper reports). Four years penal servitude
STOW Thomas Unnatural offence. Twelve months imprisonment
WELHAM Arthur Robert Larceny as a bailee, of one rifle, one double-barrelled shotgun and one shot belt, property of Montague Weatherly MARRIOTT. Witness Walter CHADWICK, Storekeeper Te Kopuru and Peter BROWN. Probation 12 months.

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