MAN OF EVIL REPUTE.
Referring to Guido Calletti, 21, who was convicted by Mr. Gates, C.S.M., at the Central Police Court yesterday on a charge of having habitually consorted with prostitutes, Detective
Delaney described the accused as one of the most dangerous men in the city.
"I have known him for some years," De- laney said. "For a considerable time he lived at Woolloomooloo, and from the age of 16 and 17 he became the associate of the worst type of women. He continued his as- sociation with these women and also with some of the most daring and dangerous crim- inals that have been in Sydney during the past four or five years. He is known to the police as a gunman, and at the time of the razor-slashing epidemic he was searched by the police on several occasions. Calletti Is regarded as one of the worst men in Sydney. He has been before the Court on numerous occasions for serious offences. He and his companions are so much feared that it Is very rarely anyone can be found to give evidence against them."
Calletti was sentenced to six months' im- prisonment with hard labour.