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Well, part of breaking and entering means breaking, I guess

In Boulder, police can enter your home if you don’t lock the door.

4 Responses to “Well, part of breaking and entering means breaking, I guess”

  1. Robert Says:

    It means breaking a “plane” or crossing a threshold. Not that something got broken to get in. But then, you probably know this.

  2. nk Says:

    It looks like the door was open not merely unlocked, and cops snoop. They’re trained to snoop, they’re paid to snoop, they like to snoop. Open door to cops, the only thing more attractive would be if it were a donut shop.

  3. JKB Says:

    Remember when people could leave their doors unlocked and people would respect their privacy.

  4. CMonster Says:

    Guess they need one of these on the doorstep

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