Two individuals in Pennsylvania were recently charged with
burglary. The alleged burglary is said to have taken place during the invasion
of a home that occurred back in 2014. Police said several weapons were
stolen from the house at that time.
Authorities determined that a replica revolver and nine firearms had been
pilfered from a home that was burglarized in September of 2014. Police
in July of 2015 identified two suspects in connection with the incident.
The two individuals include a 23-year-old man and a 25-year-old woman.
The two individuals were arrested on warrants that had been issued by a
district court. The pair face several charges, including criminally conspiring
to commit the crime of burglary, felony counts of burglary, receiving
property that had been stolen and criminally conspiring to receive stole
property. Both of the individuals were jailed, with the man being held
on a bail of $75,000 and the woman being held on a bail of $50,000.
The several criminal charges that these two individuals face have to be
proved beyond a reasonable doubt in a criminal court; otherwise, no conviction
can be secured against them. The criminal defense's chief area of
concentration may be on scrutinizing the evidence that the prosecution
intends to furnish at trial to prove the defendants' guilt. The criminal
defense will likely also focus on ensuring that the defendants' legal
rights are not violated at any point during the criminal proceeding. People
facing burglary charges in Pennsylvania have the same legal protections
guaranteed to people facing other types of charges in the state.
Source: pressconnects.com, "Pennsylvania pair charged in 2014 firearm theft", Anthony Borrelli, July 24, 2015