CRIME: For Capone: Six Months

Until last week the official criminal record of Alphonse ("Scarface Al") Capone of Chicago, foremost U. S. gangster, stood:

1) Held by police for questioning in connection with two murders while a member of Brooklyn's Five Points Gang. Dismissed.

2) Booked as "Alfred Caponi" in Chiago in 1922 on charges of driving while intoxicated, carrying concealed weapons, assault. Never brought to trial.

3) Accused in 1922 (under the name of "Tony Capone, alias Al Brown") of the murder of Joe Howard, petty footpad and hijacker. Never brought to trial....

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