Marie Levan Freed Under Bond

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Marie Levan Freed Under Bond - MRS. MARIE LEYAN - FREED UNDER BOND Carnival...
MRS. MARIE LEYAN - FREED UNDER BOND Carnival Worker Held After Husband's Inquest Mrs. Marie Levan, 36, held yesterday yesterday by Peace Justice Thomas S. Ferguson on a charge of manslaughter manslaughter in connection with the fatal shooting of her husband, Wil- Wil- Lson W. Levan, 37, on March 1, was at liberty today under a $1,000 bond after the inquest into the 'man's death. Levan was fatally shot in a trailer in which he lived with his wife at S. W. Eighth st and 30th ave. The couple both operated concessions in a carnival operating in Miami. The victim, shot in the heart, maintained until his death that he had fired the bullet himself in a suicide attempt. His widow gave the same story to police, but later, under questioning by Investigator John B. Rowland and Detective Ed Chambers, was said to have admitted admitted the shooting, saying: "I just meant to scare him; I was tired of him making threats to leave me." Witnesses testified the shooting followed an all-night all-night all-night party in which both Levans consumed at least 21 bottles of beer each. The woman did nox testify, but testimony was introduced 4.0 show there were only three of the six chambers loaded in the revolver and the woman Boy, 8, Pipes Up To Destroy Alibi Of His Parents Youngster Denies lie Is Too Small to Have Started $50,-000 $50,-000 $50,-000 Washington Fire (By Associated Fress) WASHINGTON, March 12. The parents of an eight-year-old eight-year-old eight-year-old eight-year-old eight-year-old boy seemed to be getting along very nicely explaining to police he was too small to start a $50,000 five-alafm five-alafm five-alafm fire. That is, until the boy hisega pricked perhaps volunteered? "Oh yes, I could too, mother:' So the boy was charged todny with destroying $50,000 worth of property, which included a lumber lumber yard, 10 garages and nine houses. Police said he started the fire in a woodshed to warm himself himself and then ran home when it spread. claimed she thought the hammer would fall on an empty chamber. Ferguson held her after the coroner's jury failed to agree on a verdict after deliberating for three hours. 12 Held Over! By Popular Demand! Millon Douglas

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  1. The Miami News,
  2. 12 Mar 1936, Thu,
  3. Page 22

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