Burglary

People v. Cameron W. Defendant was an employee of a pharmacy. He was caught on tape stealing medications from the business on several occasions. Defendant admitted to police that he entered the business on several occasions with the intent to steal. He was arrested and charged with felony 2nd degree burglary. Case reduced to misdemeanor and no jail time. Felony burglary dismissed.

People v. Angel H. Defendant enters DMV and fills out application for new driver’s license using different name than previously used. Form signed under penalty of perjury that name is correct. Defendant charged with felony perjury and felony 2nd degree burglary (entering commercial building to commit felony perjury). Defendant admits misdemeanor charge of trespassing and no jail time. Perjury and burglary charges dismissed.

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