Case Number: 24

Andrews, Napoleon, 25 yrs., shot dead, front of saloon Greens and Adams St. by Heine Veltens, who escaped at the time, but was arrested at 243 Indiana St. by Insp. Heidelmeier, Capt. Revere, Srgt. Sullivan, Off�s Maher and McKune, of 32nd Prect., and turned over to 24th Prect. Officers. Velters was found guilty, July 12, in Judge Harry�s court.


Date of Offense March 15, 1899
Date of Death March 15, 1899
Time Between Offense and Death Immediate - death occurred at the crime scene
Address Greens and Adams st.
Type of Location Place of business
Location Description Front of saloon
Type of Death Homicide
Type of Homicide Intentional murder
Method of Killing Other gun, gun unspecified
Weapon shot dead
Total Number of Victims 1
Location Front of saloon
Number of Defendants 1
Type of Business Bar/saloon


Name Andrews, Napoleon
Age 25 years
Gender Male
Race White
Ethnicity Other, european


Name Veltens, Heine
Gender Male
Ethnicity Other, european
Race White


Precinct 32
Allegations of Police Corruption No
Location of Arrest 243 Indiana st.
Time Between Crime and Arrest Less than 1 day
Total Number of Defendants Arrested 1


Charges Against Defendant No
Trial Judge Harry
Type of Legal Decision Recorded Coroner, grand jury, trial, and post conviction
Allegations of Police Corruption No
Outcome of Trial Guilty, unspecified offense