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Criminal Law – Breaking or Entering a Motor Vehicle – Sufficiency of Evidence – Intent to Commit Larceny (access required)

Defendant’s motion to dismiss for insufficient evidence of intent to commit larceny was correctly denied where the state’s evidence supported a theory that defendant broke into the vehicle to search for valuables and retreated when he was caught by officers. We affirm defendant’s conviction and judgment of sentence. Off-duty police officers patrolling an apartment complex observed ...

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