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The new legislation will amend the Crimes Act 1958 to create new offences of carjacking, aggravated carjacking, home invasion and aggravated home invasion.
Worcester police Detective Daniel Rosario testified that witnesses and victims in the home invasion said Mr.
The UAE diplomatic mission, meanwhile, has moved the couple to a safe apartment in London near the UAE Embassy until the probe into the home invasion and robbery can be concluded.
The Anti Home Invasion course will take place on Wednesday November 20th at 6:00 pm at Personal Mastery Martial Arts in Sandy, Utah.
According to law enforcement sources, the LAPD received a 911 call at 6:50 pm to report a possible home invasion with possible shots fired, TMZ.com reported.
I can hardly wait for him to publish the police reports on the wanton home invasions by people committing immoral acts.
Adventurous vacations, home invasions, thefts, and lawsuits by personal staff are just a few things placing not only clients' assets, but also their well-being, at risk.
In most cases in a normal upper-middle-class neighborhood with homes within sight of each other, there is very little chance of a random home invasion. Even in areas with drug activity, a truly random invasion is unlikely.
The Court based its decision on the premise that home invasion robberies are more reprehensible than other robberies and therefore deserve serious denunciation.
DU QUOIN -- A 52-year-old Du Quoin man -- Kevin Austin -- was arrested Tuesday on charges of home invasion and unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon.
A man stabbed two siblings and sexually assaulted one of them during a home invasion in Sleepy Hollow, Illinois, on Monday.
In a similar story out of North Charleston, South Carolina, a family of three was victimized in a home invasion. ABC News 4 out of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, reported on May 9 about a home invasion involving a young family.
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