A Pennsylvania man pled guilty to burglarizing his neighbor’s home by cutting a hole in the wall between his basement and the neighbor’s. The man’s lawyer, Anthony Rybak told a judge that he did not see how anyone could think he would get away with such a crime. He said the obvious lack of wisdom exhibited by his client lead him to plead guilty to the charges. The defendant acknowledged that he cut the hole and took $200 worth of quarters from his neighbor. He told the judge that he did it because he was addicted to drugs. After hearing from Rybak, the judge sentenced the man to three months in prison and five years of probation which must include inpatient drug treatment.—Jim L. Wilson and Jim Sandell
Hole in wall burglary was 'crime of stupidity', http://www.klove.com/news/2016/04/29/hole-in-wall-burglary.aspx, Accessed April 29, 2016.
Ephesians 4:28 (HCSB) “The thief must no longer steal. Instead, he must do honest work with his own hands, so that he has something to share with anyone in need.”