Jersey Journal/1927/Slayer Gets 10-Year Term

Slayer Gets 10-Year Term  (1927) 

Felix Szczesny (1888-1926) murdered by Ralph Grimaldi as reported in the Jersey Journal on April 21, 1927.

Slayer Gets 10-Year Term. Grimaldi Sentenced for Killing Man in Speakeasy Brawl. For stabbing Felix Szczesny of 10 Steuben Street to death, October 10, when Felix refused to buy a drink, Ralph Grimaldi, 47, of 329 East Twelfth Street, New York, today was sentenced by County Judge Kinkead to serve 10 years at hard labor in State's Prison. Grimaldi was found guilty of manslaughter by a jury last week. He has a wife and seven children, ranging in age from 2 to 14 years. Mrs. Grimaldi and the oldest child, a girl, wept when sentence was pronounced.

Feliks Szczęsny (1888-1926) murder in the Jersey Journal on April 21, 1927.png

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