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Power Naps & Property Offences

Break And Enter

A man in the Moreton Bay region broke into commercial premises with a paver brick but could barely stay awake to do the job. After taking a few power naps, he left and went for another power nap at the property next door.

The Queensland Crime Report 2018-19 reveals there has been a decline in most property-related crime since 2001. This includes break and enter and motor vehicle theft.

The statistics for unlawful entry offences (dwellings and outbuilding residential land) in 2018-19 are:

  • Unlawful entry with intent (dwelling) without violence – 23,330
  • Unlawful entry with intent (dwelling) with violence – 674
  • Unlawful entry with intent (dwelling) with shop – 12
  • Unlawful entry with intent (dwelling) with other – 5,126

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Charged with a criminal offence? Get the best representation. Contact Quinn & Scattini Lawyers on 1800 999 529, email mail@qslaw.com.au or submit an enquiry below.

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References

“It’s tiring work committing crime”, Queensland Police, 4 June 2020
Queensland Crime Report 2018-19, Queensland Government’s Statistician Office, Queensland Treasury

This article is for your information and interest only. It is not intended to be comprehensive, and it does not constitute and must not be relied on as legal advice. You must seek specific advice tailored to your circumstances.

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