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After the death of Tess’s grandmother, the mother and daughter rummage through grandma’s belongings, finding hints of “deep-rooted family secrets” about burglaries and lost treasure near the Canadian border.
Then 29, she began a 20-year sentence for burglary and car theft as part of a crime ring that stashed hundreds of stolen items in a suburban Colorado storage unit.
The girl speaks about her grandmother and a mysterious past, explaining that she’s found secrets about her grandma, like the mention of a burglary ring and “some sort of lost fortune.”
He was released from prison three months ago — he served 20 years for armed burglary — then met Winestock.
In statistical models that did identify a significant relationship between undocumented immigration and crime, we found undocumented immigration reduces property crimes, such as burglary.
We actually see an increase in commercial burglaries, so breaking into stores that are closed now, which sort of makes sense.
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As he was relating an account of a desperate burglary, I asked him what he would have done if the man of the house had awakened.
There was a burglary at Countess Saens' house, and the thief took nothing but papers.
She left here in a violent hurry on her maid coming to say that there had been a burglary at her house.
He wisely concluded that it is not sufficient to commit a successful burglary, if you are afterwards found out.

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