Jersey Journal/1927/Delahunt Death Puts Off Murder Case

Delahunt Death Puts Off Murder Case  (1927) 

Felix Szczesny (1888-1926) in Jersey Journal on January 31, 1927.

Delahunt Death Puts Off Murder Case. Ralph Grimaldi, known in police circles as "Joe the Wop." charged with the murder of Felix Szczesny of 150 Steuben Street, last October, did not go to trial this morning as scheduled because of the death of Assistant County Physician Delahunt this morning. Dr. Delahunt performed the autopsy upon Szczesny. When Assistant Prosecutor Aloysius McMahon learned of the death of Dr. Delahunt, he requested an indefinite postponement of the case in order to allow time for the prosecution to prepare its case.

Felix Szczesny (1888-1926) murdered in the Jersey Journal on January 31, 1927.png

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