What became of Daley?

One of those news in brief stories which leaves the 21st century reader wondering what happened next. There’s nothing further in the 1860s papers.

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer
Saturday 5 October 1867


Two tramps were passing through Potovens on Thursday, and O’Neil, the police officer, seeing them put their hands over a wall and take a few onions, apprehended them. On one, named Thomas Daley, he found several Manchester pawn tickets, and suspecting that he was a Fenian, he asked the magistrates yesterday to remand the prisoner, in order to afford the opportunity of making inquiries. The court acceded to this request.