Homeless man charged in break-in

Thursday, July 30, 2009 9:49 AM
Last updated Friday, July 31, 2009 10:18 AM
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Correction, July 31, 2009: Because incorrect information was provided The Chronicle, a news item in Friday's edition incorrectly identified a burglary suspect. Richmond County jail records show Terrence Andrius Hanna, a homeless man, was arrested for kicking in the door of the home of Reginald Leon McCray, 1812 N. Barton Drive, on Wednesday. The Chronicle regrets the error. (Highlight changes)

A homeless man was arrested shortly after a late night home invasion Wednesday.

Police said that 37-year-old Terrence Andrius Hanna kicked in the back door to a home at 1812 N. Barton Drive, off Old Savannah Road, and was attempting to steal a TV when the victim called the police, a Richmond County sheriff’s report said. The victim, a 17-year-old girl, was at home during the break-in and hid in a closet, the report said.

Deputies searched the area and found Mr. Hanna

He was charged with burglary and obstruction of a law enforcement officer.

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KSL 07/30/09 - 10:40 am
Give him a one way ticket to

Give him a one way ticket to NYC.

mad_max 07/30/09 - 11:12 am
He is an adult. Put him in

He is an adult. Put him in jail for 10 years at least. Did anyone look at the list of court cases last week? Three judges heard about 52 or so cases of drug possession, possession for sale, burglary, and breaking and entering. Out of 52 or so cases only 3 got any jail time. The rest were "5 years probation" or less. THAT is why we cannot walk the streets or feel safe in the mall parking lot. WE OUGHT TO BE PUTTING OUR JUDGES IN JAIL. THEY ARE THE CRIMININALS OF TODAY. Why? Because instead of doing their job of protecting us and punishing the criminals, they are "stealing" money through the "kickback" process where the Probation Contractor kicks money back to the judges offices. It might be a "legal" kickback but believe me, IT IS ALL ABOUT THE MONEY, NOT JUSTICE AND NOT PROTECTING THE PUBLIC. Probation is profitable for the judges and the courts. Go ahead RC. Commit any crime you want to and chances are you will only get probation as long as you can PAY.

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