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Cwnstabl yr Heddlu 14 William Morris Vaughan
Ar ei lw, dywedodd y tyst William Morris Vaughan Cwnstabl yr Heddlu, fel a ganlyn:
"I am a Police Constable stationed at Llandrindod. On Wednesday Morning last (the 16th instant) about 10 o'clock AM from information I received I traced the prisoner Edward Bridgett from Llandrindod to near Llanbadarn fynydd in this County about 12 miles I there overtook him about 12.30 afternoon I asked him where he came from. He said from Llandrindod and that he stayed in the Brickyard there the night before. I searched him and found the vest I now produce on his back. He was wearing it. I asked him where he had it from. He said he had it given to him near Abergavenny. I told him there was one lost at Llandrindod like to it and that he must come back with me. He said he would not. I then apprehended him and brought him to Penybont Police Station. The vest now produced has been in my possession since I took it from the prisoner."
(Arwyddwyd) Wm M Vaughan
Er nad yw'n bosibl gwybod sut y teithiodd Vaughan i Lanbadarn, mae'n ymddangos yn annhebygol iddo gerdded. Mae'r cerddwr arferol yn teithio ar oddeutu 3 mya, cerddwr cyflym ar 4 mya; byddai wedi cerdded oddeutu 10 milltir mewn 2 ½. Roedd gan heddlu Sir Faesyfed ddau feic, ond nid ydym yn gwybod os oedd PC Vaughan yn defnyddio un ohonynt.
Cafodd PC Vaughan yrfa hir, bron i 25 mlynedd yn heddlu Sir Faesyfed, o 1881 hyd at 1905.