ON THIS DAY – June 13, 1925
CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER.
The inquest into the death of John Adam Williams, aged 15, who fell off a motor car on June 13 and was killed, was conducted by the Coroner. Williams and five other boys were passengers in a motor car which was driven by James Harold Wicks.
The Coroner found that Williams died from injuries received through the criminal negligence of Wicks, and directed that he was to be tried on a charge of manslaughter at the sittings of the Supreme Court.