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The Daily Dispatch: February 20, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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een and John Wade, for severally shooting Wm. Jenkins on different occasions, was called, but continued, the witness being confined to his bed, and of course being unable to respond to the polite interrogatory of the officers, to "step for ward" to the witness stand. John Fritz Krelbel, the murderer of Philip Sautter, was, after an examination into the circumstances connected with the affair, committed for examination before the Hustings Court on the 10th of March. Kreibel committed the murder on the 10th of February; escaping from the city, he proceeded to a distant regiment, inquired for the Captain of the "Dutch Fusileers," and enlisted under the name of Nortin. Some of the men, on reading the Dispatch containing an account of the affair, imbibed the idea that the new recruit was the murderer, which he confessed on his arrest. They then brought him to Richmond. Peter P. Cary was held to bail for his good behavior for threatening personal violence to Elizabeth Collier.