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October 2014 Archives

Definition of burglary under Texas law

A person may receive a burglary charge in Texas if they enter a building or habitation without the owner's consent with the intention of committing a crime. The person's intended crime may be theft, but it could also be assault or vandalism. An accused person may be charged with burglary regardless of whether or not the intended crime was actually carried out.

Couple sentenced on theft charges in Texas

Two Texas residents were sentenced to time in federal prison after pleading guilty to mail fraud charges during the summer of 2014. They also pleaded guilty to charges of bank fraud and theft of government property. According to reports, the couple stole more than 50,000 pieces of mail from over 80 cities.

Woman accused of running over security guard after shoplifting

On Sept. 27, it was reported that a 20-year-old Texas woman was taken into custody after she was accused of shoplifting and injuring one person. A second woman was also thought to have been involved; however, the authorities were still looking for the second individual.

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