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a thief who enters a building with intent to steal

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110) Sometimes a spouse's entry is considered burglarious despite
formally unauthorized entry is distinguishable from a burglarious entry,
3, Worcester, charged with possession of burglarious instrument, guilty, fined $50; receiving stolen property under $250, guilty, placed on probation until Mar.
and charged with shoplifting by asportation of merchandise, possession of burglarious tools and personal identity fraud.
second floor, Clinton, two counts of receiving stolen property valued over $250, guilty, eight months in the House of Correction, 75 days credit, concurrent with other charges; breaking and entering in a building in the nighttime for a felony, guilty, eight months in the House of Correction, 75 days credit, concurrent; two counts of possession of burglarious instruments, guilty, eight months in the House of Correction, 75 days credit, concurrent; disturbing the peace, subsequent offense, guilty, eight months in the House of Correction, 75 days credit, concurrent; breaking and entering in the nighttime for a felony, guilty, seven months in the House of Correction, 47 days credit, concurrent.
3, Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, 10 days committed to the Worcester County House of Correction with credit for time served; driving without a license, not responsible; marked lanes violation, not responsible; possession of a burglarious instrument, dismissed; receiving a stolen motor vehicle, guilty, sentenced to 18 months in the Worcester County House of Correction, 20 days to serve, credit for time served, balance suspended, 18 months with supervised probation.
by officers Michael Fazio and Michael Frick and charged with two counts of receiving stolen property valued at $250 or more, breaking and entering at night with intent to commit a felony, two counts of possession of burglarious tools and disturbing the peace, subsequent offense.
16, 2015, no contact with victim, $50 victim witness assessment; possession of burglarious instruments, dismissed; larceny over $250, sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until Jan.
14, 2014, forfeiture of all weapons; possession of burglarious tools, dismissed; three counts of carrying a dangerous weapon, dismissed; disturbing the peace, sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until Nov.
Beverly, each charged with possessing a burglarious instrument.
Gorham, 30, of 218 Hudson Road, Bolton, trespassing, pretrial probation until May 1, 2014, $50 victim witness assessment; malicious destruction of property under $250, pretrial probation until May 1, 2014, $100 in restitution; possession of burglarious instrument, pretrial probation until May 1, 2014; attempting to commit a crime, pretrial probation until May 1, 2014; attempting to commit a crime, pretrial probation until May 1, 2014.
West Boylston, breaking and entering for a misdemeanor, dismissed; malicious destruction of property valued over $250, sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until April 4, 2014, stay-away order, random screenings, remain drug free, $50 victim witness assessment; possession of burglarious instruments, dismissed.