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HAMBURG, Pa.--Fritz Kuhn, German-American Bund leader, was arrested at nearby Krumville tonight and was to be returned to New York immediately to face grand larceny and forgery charges.
Kuhn was arrested by New York detectives attached to the office of District Attorney Thomas E. Dewey. They had trailed Kuhn and three companions traveling in Kuhn's automobile to Krumville where the party stopped for dinner.
He has been indicted on 12 counts of grand larceny and forgery by the New York County grand jury. The indictment charged him with larceny of $14,548 in Bund funds and forgery in connection with entries in the organization's books.
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