burglary charges

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  • He was eventually sent to prison on a burglary charge.
  • Wilson's criminal record began in 1962 when he appeared in court on burglary charges.
  • He had already been in prison on robbery and burglary charges.
  • No new burglary charges were brought against him, but he was sentenced to two years in prison for probation violations.
  • Cobb later retained an attorney to represent him for the burglary charge but didn't have one for the case involving the woman and child.
  • Huntley had not been convicted of any of the criminal allegations, but his burglary charge had remained on file.
  • Tracey's boyfriend, Ben, died of an overdose just one week after being released from prison on a burglary charge.
  • Keeping him in prison, they charged him with burglary and murder, later the burglary charge was dropped for the lack of evidence but he had to stand trial on the murder charge.
  • In 1972, Brian ran away to Iowa, and later that year he was arrested on a burglary charge.
  • Before his arrest in connection with the Rosenthal killing, he had been arrested only once: in 1905 on a burglary charge.
  • The burglary charge was later dropped, but Mills pleaded guilty to causing criminal damage, and was handed a community order for the offence.
  • Nonetheless, Hickey did go to prison on burglary charges in the spring of 1978.
  • They were each charged with murder and burglary charges connected to the removal of his fortune from the vault on the desert floor in Pahrump.
  • He made a plea bargain to forcible sexual abuse and burglary charges.
  • The government had promised the informant leniency on a burglary charge and a hundred dollars in cash in exchange for each suspect he helped convict.
  • Dortmunder has been twice convicted of burglary charges, serving time in prison - he is completing the final day of his second prison term at the very beginning of The Hot Rock.
  • Clyde was born in 1906; his lengthy criminal record began with a burglary charge in 1920.
  • The article also noted that Andriacchi had been imprisoned on burglary charges from 1968 until 1971.
  • His only conviction before the murders was for riding an uninsured and unlicensed motorcycle, but a burglary charge had remained on file.
  • He did not think it would be legal to put the burglary charge ahead of the bigamy charge, but if the judge so ordered he would submit, notwithstanding his conviction that it would be unconstitutional. Cited from Yollop, by George Barr McCutcheon
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