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xSnoofovich
05-08-2010, 12:40
http://www.mysuncoast.com/Global/story.asp?S=12928323

A convicted burglar is back behind bars, despite his claims of good intentions.

Sarasota Police have charged 39-year-old Gerald Maxwell with Burglary and Violation of Probation. Officers arrested him Tuesday night as he was breaking into a home in the 2000 block of Chippewa Place - the same home he burglarized just last year.

Upon being taken into custody after walking out of the house, Maxwell stated "I was going back in there to leave a thank you note, because I'm the guy who burglarized this place last year; I just got out of jail," according to a police department report.

Officers investigating the incident found a broken window, multiple dresser drawers open, and jewelry collected near a crack pipe.

This is the sixth burglary Sarasota Police have arrested Maxwell for in just the last three years.

Maxwell is being held in the Sarasota County Jail without bond.

Voodoo
05-08-2010, 12:43
So is 'burglarize' a real word? I've always been taught that the proper word is the simpler and shorter to 'burgle'.

AndreyS
05-08-2010, 12:52
http://www.mysuncoast.com/Global/story.asp?S=12928323

A convicted burglar is back behind bars, despite his claims of good intentions.

Sarasota Police have charged 39-year-old Gerald Maxwell with Burglary and Violation of Probation. Officers arrested him Tuesday night as he was breaking into a home in the 2000 block of Chippewa Place - the same home he burglarized just last year.

Upon being taken into custody after walking out of the house, Maxwell stated "I was going back in there to leave a thank you note, because I'm the guy who burglarized this place last year; I just got out of jail," according to a police department report.

Officers investigating the incident found a broken window, multiple dresser drawers open, and jewelry collected near a crack pipe.

This is the sixth burglary Sarasota Police have arrested Maxwell for in just the last three years.

Maxwell is being held in the Sarasota County Jail without bond.

Silly Gerald! He could have thanked them safely by a phone call (just like the man who robbed a restaurant complained about getting only 536 USD or so).

xSnoofovich
05-08-2010, 13:06
So is 'burglarize' a real word? I've always been taught that the proper word is the simpler and shorter to 'burgle'.

Good catch !

I guess it *IS* a real word - burglarize - Google Search



HAHAHAHAHAHA- just check on google about "burgle", one definition is -

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=burgle

the act of climaxing (orgasming) and vomiting on someone at the same time. A surprise attack.

OR ! even better -

collective noun for a grouping of bigfoots, as in a pride of lions, a crash of rhinos, or a float of crocodiles