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[columbia_heights] Re: finally victimized by attempted burglary - by the City

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  • Caroline Polk
    I would imagine that the prosecutor and the others involved at the judicial end are getting their information from the police report--I would contact the cops
    Message 1 of 6 , Mar 14, 2000
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      I would imagine that the prosecutor and the others involved at the judicial
      end are getting their information from the police report--I would contact
      the cops who took the report and find out what happened. And I agree with
      Mark--call the chief.

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Mark C. Barlet <mbarlet@...>
      To: Dave McIntire <mail@...>; Columbia Heights
      <columbia_heights@egroups.com>
      Date: Tuesday, March 14, 2000 8:29 AM
      Subject: [columbia_heights] Re: finally victimized by attempted burglary -
      by the City


      >Dave,
      >
      > As I said before I am sorry to hear about your burglary, given the
      >turn of events, you better be happy that you did not have that gun,
      >the city would charged you with gunning down a homeless person (who
      >cares if he's not homeless and in your home). I share your outrage,
      >and I hope others share it too. This is a prime example of people not
      >wanting to do there job. I know as a victim you have a voice, I hope
      >that you use it. Call Jim, call the Chief.
      >
      >I do not understand how someone scaling a fence and removing glass,
      >crawling in a window, and going through things is not considered
      >burglary! Dave, who are the people evolved, who is the prosecutor,
      >etc. Make this info known so that we all know who to avoid.
      >
      >
      >Mark Barlet
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    • Stephen Ballard
      I do not understand how someone scaling a fence and removing glass, crawling in a window, and going through things is not considered burglary! Dave, who are
      Message 2 of 6 , Mar 14, 2000
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        I do not understand how someone scaling a fence and
        removing glass,
        crawling in a window, and going through things is not
        considered
        burglary! Dave, who are the people evolved, who is the
        prosecutor,
        etc. Make this info known so that we all know who to
        avoid.


        Mark Barlet

        Not who to avoid--who to CONFRONT!

        Stephen Ballard
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      • Mark C. Barlet
        Point Taken, and agreed. __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Talk to your friends online with Yahoo! Messenger.
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          Point Taken, and agreed.

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        • Dave McIntire
          Hi all, Elizabeth was able to talk to the prosecutor in the case of our attempted burglary. The perpetrator is being charged with unlawful entry and
          Message 4 of 6 , Mar 15, 2000
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            Hi all,

            Elizabeth was able to talk to the prosecutor in the case of our
            attempted burglary. The perpetrator is being charged with
            unlawful entry and destruction of property. His name is Juan Jose
            Garcia and he is 24 years old.

            The prosecutor kept talking about "fast track" with both my wife
            and I. Although that might have a nice ring to it, in our case it
            means rushing a case through the judicial system by reducing
            serious charges to a relatively minor matter.

            That is a far cry from attempted burglary. It seems to me if a
            person tries to burglarize you, that is what he should be charged
            with, not with breaking a window.

            I am confident that most feel burglary (or attempted burglary) is
            a serious crime because it goes to our sense security - a man's
            (persons) home is his castle. I am sure that most would agree
            that this miscreant would not be given such a good deal had he
            broken into someone's house in a wealthier neighborhood. This
            charge tells potential burglars to go to the less affluent
            neighborhoods if they want to commit crimes.

            This affects not only my wife and I but everyone in the
            neighborhood. The prosecutor's name is John Irving and the
            telephone number is 514-7762. If you have the time and
            inclination I would encourage you to register a complaint. Your
            home might be next.

            I have also contacted Jim Graham about the matter.

            Dave McIntire
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