Bandit Suspects Leaves Bermuda For Camden

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Camden Courier-Post – March 21, 1932

Charles “Jack” Kelly, wanted as one of the bandits who held up and robbed the Pennsauken Township National Bank December 11, sailed from Bermuda yesterday handcuffed to County Detective Fiore Troncone.

Kelly was arrested last month after detectives intercepted his letters to friends near Third and Mt. Vernon Streets. Extradition procedure followed.

Michael Spingotti and Anthony Tate were said to be Kelly’s partners in the holdup. Tate pleaded guilty before Judge Samuel M. Shay and was given 15 years in state prison. Spingotti is awaiting trial.


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