Police in Arlington, Massachusetts did not have to go far to arrest a red handed buglar. On Friday, police found and arrested Briana Buckley hiding on her victim’s roof. She was arrested in the town just outside of Boston after a homeowner caught her burglarizing his home. When the homeowner saw Ms. Buckley in his home he confronted her. She then fled out the window. When Buckley went out the window she got stuck on the roof that was too high. She then waited for the police to arrive.
When Arlington Police arrived, Buckley was arrested and charged with breaking and entering with the intent to commit a felony and receiving stolen property. Police had found the house ransacked and had found a bag contained items taken from the house.
Breaking and entering can be a felony and in this case it is a felony. A felony conviction is very serious in Massachusetts. Convicted felons are required to submit their DNA to state’s DNA database among other strict requirements.
Attorney Patrick Donovan is a Massachusetts Criminal Lawyer that has appeared in over fifty courts in Massachusetts. Attorney Donovan is a former prosecutor in Norfolk County. Attorney has handled complex and general criminal cases. If you need advice call for a free consultation today.