A shed containing more than 35 tools for cultivating a city garden was broken in to and robbed recently. Police say the thieves climbed over a fence and broke a padlock on the shed to gain entry. There has been no arrests made in the investigation.
If someone is accused of a crime similar to this, they may be charged with a number of different crimes including stealing and property damage. Because the value of the property stolen in this case is more than $500, a person would likely be charged with felony.
Charges like these can have lasting effects on a persons ability to gain employment or pursue education. Do not wait, call an experienced criminal defense attorney in St. Louis today. JCS Law helps people facing felony or misdemeanor stealing charges.
Source: ksdk.com, “Thieves steal tools from STL community garden,” John Henry, July 11, 2014
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