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A CRIMSON news candidate yesterday pleaded "not guilty" in Third District Court to charges that he attempted to steal a wallet from the desk of a Cambridge police sergeant.
Mark L. Krupnick '60 was arrested in Cambridge police headquarters while attempting to obtain information concerning the two sisters responsible for yesterday's disturbance in Leverett House.
Police officers seized Krupnick after he had picked up a wallet, presumed to belong to one of the girls, and had taken it aside to examine it.
Legal counsel for Krupnick entered a plea of "not guilty" for Krupnick, admitting that the wallet had been examined, but denying the charge of larceny.
The case has been continued until May 31.
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