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People V. One 1940 Chrysler

First Appellate District, Division One District Court Of Appeal Of California

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At about 10:45 p. m. on September 20, 1944, two police officers observed a Negro woman named Barbara May Reader and a sailor getting into a parked 1940 5-passenger Chrysler coupe automobile on Lewis Street between 3rd and 5th Streets in Oakland. The officers circled the block in their automobile and came up behind the Chrysler and the woman and the sailor were then seated in the back seat. The officers asked the couple to get out of the car and made a search of the automobile and also of the occupants. On the floor under the rubber floor mat on the left hand side in front of the driver's seat they found two marihuana cigarettes, but they found none on the person of either of the occupants, and both occupants denied any knowledge of any marihuana cigarettes in the car. Miss Reader had the keys to the car, which was registered in the name of the intervenor Mack Pennewell. Also on the back seat of the car were some coats and other things. Later, about 2 a. m., the officers found Pennewell at the Clover Club on 7th Street in West Oakland. He denied any knowledge of the marihuana cigarettes being in the car, but admitted that Miss Reader was a friend of his and that he had loaned her the car about 3 o'clock on the previous afternoon as she wanted to do some shopping; that she was to be back in an hour, but did not return; that he gave her the keys to the car. On cross-examination Pennewell admitted that he had been convicted of a felony in connection with the sale of marihuana but the date of such conviction was not shown.

People V. One 1940 Chrysler
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  • Category: Law
  • Published: 17 December 1946
  • Publisher: LawApp Publishers
  • Print Length: 17 Pages
  • Language: English
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