botched burglary

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  • The two lovers then hastily staged the scene to look like a botched burglary.
  • They have also planted enough explosives around his office to destroy the whole building, and they set these off in an unsuccessful attempt to kill Harry after a botched burglary.
  • The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) initially considered the case to have been a botched burglary.
  • LAPD detectives investigating the case quickly concluded that it had been a botched burglary.
  • Nels in particular was unconvinced that it had been a botched burglary.
  • Fleeing a botched burglary, Harry's friend is shot, forcing Harry to evade police by ducking into an audition.
  • Tickle also attacked Perry's rulings limiting the defense's ability to put on evidence suggesting the initial botched burglary theory of the crime was more credible than the prosecution claimed.
  • After he upset a fragrance shelf during a botched burglary as a youth, police dubbed him 'The Perfume Burglar'.
  • In 1993, a British tourist was killed at the Jefferson County Rest Area in a botched burglary by teens.
  • In cross-examining the police detectives and other technicians who had originally investigated the killing, Overland stressed the original botched burglary theory and pointed to evidence, such as the similar burglary that happened shortly thereafter, that he claimed supported it.
  • Although police spokespersons said it was probably a "botched burglary" not an occult murder, the killing was described as "Satanic" and "occult-style" in the media.
  • Astrid Chapel was the drug addict who stabbed Hunter McKay (Lee Donoghue) in the arm with a needle during a botched burglary of an ambulance.
  • In 1981, after a botched burglary at an antique store, Cullotta, Matecki and several other members of the gang were arrested and each charged with burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, attempted grand larceny, and possession of burglary tools.
  • Following the botched burglary at Bertha's Household Products on July 4, 1981, Cullotta, Blasko, Guardino, Davino, Neumann, and Matecki were arrested and each charged with burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, attempted grand larceny and possession of burglary tools.
  • Following a botched burglary at Bertha's Household Products on July 4, 1981, Blasko, Cullotta, Davino, Guardino, Matecki, and Neumann were arrested and each charged with burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, attempted grand larceny, and possession of burglary tools.