Arrested in Bedroom.
ROBBERY UNDER ARMS
Francis Donald Green, for whom the police have been searching for a month, was ar- rested in the bedroom of a residential in Park-road, Moore Park, last night.
He has been formally charged with rob- bery under arms from James Edward Devine, who is awaiting trial upon a charge of man-
A strong police posse, comprising Detective- sergeants Stinson, Barrett, and Power, and Detectives Lawless, Hughes, Wells, and Par- meter, surrounded the house and then simul- taneously entered and made a search. Green submitted quietly to arrest.
The detectives found that Green was suf- fering from a wound to the calf of his left leg. Green said that this was a carbuncle, and he declined to have his injury medically examined and treated when he was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital.
Green's name was prominently mentioned last week when the City Coroner held an in- quiry into the death of Frederick Herbert Moffitt, an elderly taxi driver, who was found fatally shot in his cab outside Devine's home on June 17. Devine was alleged to have made a statement to Detective-superintendent Mac- kay that Green had robbed him (Devine) of a valuable diamond tie pin at the point of a revolver. Afterwards, according to the statement, Devine and Green indulged in a gun duel, in which Moffitt was accidentally killed by a bullet directed by Devine at