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Intent shown in breaking and entering attempt (access required)

Where there was trial testimony that appellant “forcibly” shook a store’s front doors after business hours, “smirked” at the store manager when told the store was closed and was armed with a handgun, there was sufficient evidence of appellant’s attempted breaking and entering of the store with the intent to commit larceny. Overview Culpepper, a Dollar Tree ...