RUIZ, Roberto

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RUIZ, Roberto ( - )


In the News~

May 20, 1903 [SBMP]: “A cutting party took place on Santa Cruz Island Monday afternoon in which Roberto Ruiz of this city received an ugly gash across the abdomen. He, with a number of others, has been employed on the islands for a month or more shearing sheep. While preparing to embark for home, the work having been competed, a discussion arose over the number of sheep each man had sheared, and for some reason ‘the laugh was on’ one Vicente Lugo, who, the story goes, GET THE END


June 2, 1903 [SBMP]: “Vicente Lugo, who some weeks ago attacked Roberto Ruiz with a knife and seriously wounded him, was arraigned before Justice Price yesterday, on the charge of assault with a deadly weapon and intent to commit murder. The cutting took place on Santa Cruz Island and he had not visited the mainland since.”


June 11, 1903 [SBMP]: “The case against Vicente Lugo charged with assault with a deadly weapon was dismissed... The complaining witness in the case was Roberto Ruiz, and the trouble between the two men occurred some weeks ago on Santa Cruz Island where both men were employed at the time.”