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The Daily Dispatch: December 15, 1862., [Electronic resource], Fighting at
Richmond thieves in Petersburg. --On Friday last three lads, purporting to hall from this city, and giving the names of Tazewell Lee, Edward Sullivan, Robert Lotsy, and Jerry Dunnavant, were arrested by the Petersburg police, near the Petersburg and Richmond Railroad Depot, charged with robbing two gentlemen of between two and three hundred dollars. The parties were suspected directly after the funds were missing, and being searched, the money was found on their persons.--The oldest of the prisoners appeared to be only fifteen years, though the appearance of all of them indicated that they were not unfamiliar with crime and scenes of debauchery. The parties, who were in jail at last accounts, will no doubt be recognized by the police as a part of the gang of juvenile thieves for which this city has long been noted.