Burglary

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Burglary

The act of entering a building unlawfully with the intention of committing a crime, usually but not always theft. Burglary is illegal in nearly every jurisdiction.
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That gives Sanders the chance to essentially serve only the 52 months associated with the armed burglary charge by simultaneously serving his 22 other sentences ranging from 30 days to 13 months in prison.
was sentenced to 4 to 41/2 years in state prison Wednesday after pleading guilty in Worcester Superior Court to charges of home invasion, mayhem, armed assault in a dwelling, armed burglary, two counts of aggravated assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, commission of a felony for hire, unlawful possession of a firearm and conspiracy.
Still pending against him are charges that include home invasion, armed burglary, mayhem, armed assault in a dwelling, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault with intent to maim, commission of a felony for hire and firearm offenses.
WORCESTER - A 26-year-old Worcester man will be arraigned today in Central District Court on a charge of armed burglary, after police say they saw him throwing purses and other items out of an apartment window.
Southbridge, was secretly indicted Tuesday on home invasion and armed burglary charges involving allegations that a Sturbridge farmer, seeking to collect on a drug debt, hired men with ties to a white supremacist prison gang to injure a Dudley couple.
WESTBORO - A Marlboro High School student, his brother and another man were arraigned in Westboro District Court yesterday charged with armed burglary at a Shrewsbury home.
24, of 386 Simpson Road, Marlboro, are each charged with armed burglary, threat to commit a crime and defacing property.
William Delacruz, 18, of 7 Upland Gardens Drive, Worcester, charged with armed burglary, continued to Oct.
Ettenberg, each pleaded not guilty to charges of murder, home invasion, armed burglary, arson of a dwelling house, larceny from a building and two counts of larceny of a motor vehicle.
Minggia to a concurrent prison term of 10 to 12 years on an armed burglary charge to which he also pleaded guilty.
Worcester, charged with attempted murder, assault and battery, trespassing, resisting arrest, armed burglary, and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (shod foot), continued to Aug.