home invasion


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home invasion

n.
Burglary of a dwelling while the residents are at home.

home invasion

n
(Law) Austral and NZ aggravated burglary
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Noun1.home invasion - burglary of a dwelling while the residents are at home
break-in, breaking and entering, housebreaking - trespassing for an unlawful purpose; illegal entrance into premises with criminal intent
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The Washington Times reported out of Annapolis, Maryland, on August 21 that a home invasion was halted when the victim turned the tables on his attacker.
WORCESTER -- A man accused of striking a teenager in the head with the barrel of a shotgun while he committed a home invasion in November was ordered held without bail for at least another four months after a dangerousness hearing Tuesday.
com)-- Next Wednesday, Personal Mastery Martial Arts will be offering an Anti Home Invasion course to Utah families.
New Jersey police are searching for the man responsible for a brutal and brazen home invasion in Millburn that was disturbingly captured on a baby monitor.
But few gun owners consider what would happen if they actually have to use their gun for protection in a home invasion.
If she had quick enough access to an AR-15 to stop a home invasion, she couldn't keep it locked up in a gun locker.
I assume the police were called to these incidents of home invasion and immorality and he can pass on the statistics on where they have taken place.
Asked how often victims of home invasion are able to chase off their attackers, Nuttall said: "Unfortunately, it's very rare.
Working through insurers, noted security consultants are providing personal insureds with diagnostic assessments of their susceptibility to such risks as home invasion, kidnapping, identity theft and loss of life or property.
I am surprised that Wilmette, Illinois, of all places, has come down so hard on self-defense in a home invasion burglary ("Self-Defense vs.
The Court based its decision on the premise that home invasion robberies are more reprehensible than other robberies and therefore deserve serious denunciation.
Home invasion robbery (HIR) represents an especially troubling crime trend and a formidable challenge to law enforcement.

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