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KABC-TV reports a crime in Van Nuys, CA, near Los Angeles, which has the components of a “classic home invasion.” Three men, roughly 25 to 35 years old, broke into the home at 3:00 a.m. They tied-up and duct-taped three women who lived in the home and stole thousands of dollars in cash and jewelry. […]

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This story out of Nevada notes that a group of suspects targeted elderly people. In three reported incidents in May, as many as four suspects were involved in the armed forcible entry and burglary of the homes. At least one of the people who has been arrested had known the occupants since childhood. These particular incidents […]

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Home Invasion News scours the Internet daily for stories. Today we came across a quickie website called “Best Home Security Info, which featured a post titled “Home Invasion Survival Tips.” In this article, the site administrator, who calls himself “Dosh-Dosh,” essentially regurgitates the advice suggested by Global Security Experts, a highly regarded American company that […]

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Community policing and neighborhood crime reporting is already available for many communities around the country at http://www.crimereports.com/. CrimeReports.com is the largest, most comprehensive crime-mapping website in the world. Local law enforcement agencies throughout North America partner with CrimeReports to bring viewers accurate, official, and up-to-date crime information . CrimeReports’ service is paid for by local […]

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Police Won’t Arrest Home Invader

Marc Fisher, a senior editor at The Washington Post, recently wrote about his home being burglarized last December.   Rodney Knight, a 19-year-old, pleaded guilty to the crime. He’s known now as the “Facebook burglar,” after posting photos of himself with the stolen goods on the social networking site.   After this experience, Fisher argues that […]

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What’s a home invasion? Well, that depends on who you ask. You and I probably see this the same way. When armed criminals brazenly force their way into a house, condo, or apartment, not caring whether somebody is at home or away, with an eye to stealing property or hurting us, you and I tend […]

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