Birmingham Daily Post, 28 January 1878

   Captain Trengrove, co-respondent in the well-known divorce suit of Roberts v. Roberts and Trengrove, was arrested on Friday under a warrant for 450 (GBP). costs of the divorce suit. Sergeant Voss, with the sheriff's officer, went to the Ashburton Hotel, Calstock, and asked for Captain Trengrove, but was told that he had left there on Tuesday. Sergeant Voss subsequently observed Trengrove leaving the house and at once threw off his coat and gave chase. After an exciting run for a mile the captain was arrested, brought back to the hotel, and then conveyed to Bodmin gaol.