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How Would You React To A Home Burglar?

Posted by familydynamics on January 13, 2008

Home burglaries are on the rise and some burglars get off with a light sentence. These burglars rob us all of our sense of security as well as causing us great financial loss. But what would you do if a burglar invaded your home while you were sleeping? One Richmond, Virginia family was faced with such a dilemma:

Residents in one Richmond neighborhood may have a tough time sleeping tonight after hearing about that deadly home invasion.

Police say 28 year-old Jevon Eugene Woolridge broke into a home in the 700 block of North 32nd Street Friday night.

Police say he had a gun, and after a struggle one of the residents ended up killing the robber.

The burglar, in this case, paid a hefty price: his life. Burglars should realize all of the harm they cause: They not only harm the individual they burglarized, but society as well.


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Burglary Rings Busted Before Last Minute Holiday Rush

Posted by familydynamics on December 23, 2007

Be careful, during this holiday season, because burglars may be trying to steal your loot. Residents, however, of at least three Bowling Green neighborhoods can breathe easier because police have captured suspects from three different crime sprees.

Those arrested include Reva Withrow, Cornelius Simmons, Terrione Morrison, Patrick Ingram and Scottie Day.

The break in the cases began two weeks ago with the arrest of Patrick Ingram, who is also accused of robbing Farmers National Bank.

As you head out today and tomorrow, to do your last minute holiday shopping, make sure your home and vehicle doors are locked. Happy Shopping!!!

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