burglary tools

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  • Several burglary tools were found in the cigar shop, which had been used to break open the rear door and the safe.
  • He used the alias when he was arrested for possession of narcotics and burglary tools five months before the bank robbery.
  • Some legal jurisdictions may classify snap guns as burglary tools or otherwise limit their possession.
  • These 'burglary tools' are also the typical repair equipment that all NYCTA maintenance workers carry.
  • They were charged with a felony, second degree burglary and possession of burglary tools.
  • In January 1994, he was arrested and charged with possession of burglary tools.
  • The majority were armed with Thompson submachine guns as well as small arms, grenades and burglary tools.
  • That court applied the ejusdem generis rule of construction, deciding that ninja rocks were not enough alike the then-listed burglary tools.
  • A Watergate gallery includes a six minute, multi-screen history beginning with the June 1972 break-in and a display the actual burglary tools.
  • Illegal possession of lock picks is generally prosecuted as a felony under the category of possession of burglary tools or similar statutes.
  • When a jewel is stolen, all players concurrently attempting to steal that same jewel forfeit their burglary tools to the Tower Card deck.
  • Certainly, possession of burglary tools, in those jurisdictions that criminalize that activity, creates an inchoate crime (going equipped in the UK).
  • He spent most of his teen years in and out of state reform schools, and within the three months before the fatal robbery attempt, Salvatore had been charged with possession of burglary tools and possession of narcotics.
  • In the winter of 1818, Doty learned blacksmithing and used his new skills to outfit himself with a complete set of skeleton keys and burglary tools.
  • The possession of tools used to facilitate a crime and clothing used to conceal the identity of the offender is usually prosecuted as 'possession of burglary tools'.
  • M. B. was convicted of the crimes of vehicular burglary, theft, and unlawful possession of burglary tools.
  • He was charged with criminal impersonation, criminal trespass and possession of burglary tools -- a hammer and screwdriver tucked in his backpack.
  • In July 1936, he was arrested for possessing burglary tools but escaped from the Miami county jail before being recaptured and serving time in Raiford.
  • It was not until later that he was officially identified as Salvatore Naturile, who had charges pending against him after being released on parole for his arrest in Manhattan for possessing burglary tools.
  • Between 2000 and 2002 Registe was convicted of possession of marijuana, possession of burglary tools and motor vehicle theft.
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