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SaturdayTraditions
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Question for OT Lawyers and L.E.O's
My house was broken into yesterday while the wife and I were at work.

One pistol, a knife, some jewelry, a spare set of truck keys and some petty cash were taken.

There was also some stuff stashed in the shed near a door they left unlocked that they were going to come back for.

Crime scene found blood where they cut themselves in multiple places and got good samplesif they have been incarcerated then their DNA will be on file. In addition I had serial numbers so if the gun gets pawned then they should catch them.


My question is as follows: what potential charges and penalties could they possibly be charged with if caught? I know that is a big IF.


jbgleason
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Ummm. Burglary?



Technically it could be Aggravated Burglary because they stole a firearm but the DA ain’t gonna fool with that.
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CaptainsWafer
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re: Question for OT Lawyers and L.E.O's
I’ll go ahead and guess the obvious

BURGLARY


novabill
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re: Question for OT Lawyers and L.E.O's
Do you think you may know the culprits?


StealthCalais11
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B


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upgrayedd
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1st deg mopery


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Walt OReilly
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re: Question for OT Lawyers and L.E.O's
Felony burglary
Trespassing
Theft
Vandalism


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Festus
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re: Question for OT Lawyers and L.E.O's
Why does everyone think burglary alone, and not theft?


deathvalleygrassmmmm
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What is Breaking and Entering?

also,


Theft
poss. of stolen goods
trespassing
conspiracy to commit theft( not sure if that is a thing or not)



boosiebadazz
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re: Question for OT Lawyers and L.E.O's
Theft is when you have permission to be somewhere; burglary is when you don’t.

Example: you invite me over for drinks and buttfricking and I steal your laptop-> theft. I kick in your door and steal your laptop and buttfrick you against your will-> burglary and rape.
This post was edited on 2/9 at 3:55 pm


Taffeta
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1st Degree Dindu


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Jim Rockford
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quote:

Crime scene found blood where they cut themselves in multiple places


Spencer Callahan finna eat.


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Agforlife
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re: Question for OT Lawyers and L.E.O's
Burglary of a Habitation


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Festus
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re: Question for OT Lawyers and L.E.O's
I thought burglary was the entering of the building with the intent to steal. And once you actually stole something, theft was tacked onto it.

Theft is different than robbery, which involves intimidation or force.


el Gaucho
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I'm sure the underprivileged soul needed your stuff more than you


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boosiebadazz
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re: Question for OT Lawyers and L.E.O's
Theft:

quote:

A. Theft is the misappropriation or taking of anything of value which belongs to another, either without the consent of the other to the misappropriation or taking, or by means of fraudulent conduct, practices, or representations. An intent to deprive the other permanently of whatever may be the subject of the misappropriation or taking is essential.


La. R.S. 14:67

Burglary:

quote:

Simple burglary is the unauthorized entering of any dwelling, vehicle, watercraft, or other structure, movable or immovable, or any cemetery, with the intent to commit a felony or any theft therein, other than as set forth in R.S. 14:60


La. R.S. 14:62

It's like a Russian doll. One is encompassed into the other.


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jchamil
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quote:

What is Breaking and Entering?


Some jurisdictions call it breaking and entering if it is not a home that is broken into or some only call it burglary if it is at night


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SaturdayTraditions
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re: Question for OT Lawyers and L.E.O's
I figured on the following:

Simple Burglary
Larceny (theft under $5000)
Theft of a Firearm
Illegal Possession of a Stolen Firearm

Am I off base or am I missing one or two other things?


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SaturdayTraditions
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re: Question for OT Lawyers and L.E.O's
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Do you think you may know the culprits?


No but the responding officers had a few suspects just based on the area I live.


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jbgleason
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Theft is when you have permission to be somewhere; burglary is when you don’t.

Example: you invite me over for drinks and buttfricking and I steal your laptop-> theft. I kick in your door and steal your laptop and buttfrick you against your will-> burglary and rape.


This shite right here needs to be added to the LSU law school text book. Wel done.


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