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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of housebreak.


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  • A grandmother and her grandson were among three residents arrested in connection with three housebreaks in Wareham last week.

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  • According to West Bridgewater Detective Sgt. Victor Flaherty, the detectives have been investigating a series of housebreaks that appeared to be related and committed by the same suspect over the past six to eight weeks.

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  • Victims of the housebreaks were asked to stop by the police station Thursday evening to check and see if any of the goods were theirs, but there were no matches, he said.


  • Given the recent rash of housebreaks around town, police had concerns that some of the stolen items might end up being sold to the Great Treasure Hunt, Gamache said.


  • Anyone who has information regarding the housebreaks should contact the Swansea Police Detective Division at 508-675-2536.

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  • It all comes as robberies, housebreaks and larcenies increase in communities large and small.

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  • - Jerry Pinto, commander of the fledgling New Bedford Guardian Angels chapter, whose members last week patrolled a far North End neighborhood where there has been a rash of housebreaks. Latest Headlines

  • Quickly housebreaks your pet and teaches him or her to use only a specific area.

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  • The Alwife posts 2007 crime stats for North Cambridge (housebreaks up 77\%), along with this excerpt from a police report: ...

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  • The Fortress of Fortitude housebreaks "The Human Pet"

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