Rash of Break-ins in the tri cities, ...

Rash of Break-ins in the tri cities, prince george, dinwiddie, ches...

There are 7 comments on the WTVR story from Jun 30, 2010, titled Rash of Break-ins in the tri cities, prince george, dinwiddie, ches.... In it, WTVR reports that:

Prince George & Dinwiddie Counties - Police in Prince George, Dinwiddie and Chesterfield Counties are reporting an uptick in home break-ins. Police believe thieves are taking advantage of people leaving their homes empty while going on summer vacation.

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mark homburg

Quinton, VA

#1 Jun 30, 2010
I can not believe in 25 seconds the police can break into your house
and kill you and say it is justified. It does not seem like a reasonable time for anyone to realize what is going on.

Just suppose the police went to the wrong house. Would they still be justified. I'm afraid the answer is yes.

Is there really a thin blue line in Virginia
mark homburg

Quinton, VA

#2 Jun 30, 2010
It would appear there is a thin blue line in Virginia.

Suppose the police go to the wrong house would they still be justified? I'm afraid the answer is yes.

Yhank you for your take!!!
Maggie Mae

United States

#3 Jul 1, 2010
Mark, what the he!l does this have to do with loser thugs breaking into homes in Prince George and Dinwiddie while honest people are out earning a living?
not a demorat

Waynesboro, VA

#4 Jul 1, 2010
hopefully they will break into the wrong house where the owner will be waiting for them, and they find themselves looking down the business end of a gun, and get whats coming to them......... good riddance thugs
MAD in Dinwiddie

Petersburg, VA

#5 Jul 3, 2010
Our home was one of the first ones broke into in Dinwiddie. They didn't take much an Ipod that was my daughters only christmas present, a gun and pills. It may not have been much but it is still a shame that you work so hard to get what you have and someone can just come in and take what they want. You think of your home as a safe place, the thoughts that run through your head after are terrible especially at night when you hear something outside. I also hope they break into the wrong house and end up on the lawful side of a gun.
LouisPrinceGeorg e

United States

#6 Jul 6, 2010
Wow, are we safe nowhere? I have been fortunate thus far, as I have lived in PG County for 21 years with no problems. I have ALWAYS felt safe as I am way back off the hard surface; however, I guess that does not make one safe. Come to think of it - there are no neighbors close enough to hear anything. Hopefully no one will "find it."

Since: Jul 10

Memphis, TN

#7 Jul 6, 2010
I thought I was a member of the community but now that I have filled out the application - I guess that must make it official (smile).

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