Thank you to all who have been puzzling through the burglary charge. I think it is pretty clear that he entered without permission, both by his own words and the homeowner stating she was not aware of it until after the fact. However, the charge requires the intent to do a crime other than just the unlawful entry. His charge specifies a misdemeanor crime other than trespassing and A&B. So it can't be just the fact that he was trespassing on someone else's property. So what is that other misdemeanor charge?? The judge dismissed it originally because the prosecutor didnt show intent of committing another crime while he was in there (if he was just "making the evidence come to light"). Why isn't he just charged with trespassing or unlawful entry? The only thing I can think of is there is evidence that he did plant AJ's Longwood jacket. What that evidence would be, I have no idea. But I don't see how (other than GJs indicting ham sandwiches) the burglary charge was done, since there is no accompanying other misdemeanor charge. Hope that made sense. I think I just gave myself a headache.