Breaking And Entering

Breaking and Entering

Breaking and Entering is a crime that can result in a misdemeanor. In Oklahoma, it is unlawful to intentionally break and enter into any building, trailer, vessel or other premises used as a dwelling without the permission of the owner or occupant thereof, except in the cases and manner allowed by law. Read on to learn more about this crime and the penalties that you could face if charged.

Punishment For Breaking and Entering in Tulsa

Okla. Stat. tit. 21 § 1438 (B)

Breaking and entering is a misdemeanor.

Title 21. Crimes and Punishments
Chapter 58 – Burglary Section 1438 – Penalty for Entering with Intent to Commit a Felony, Larceny, or Malicious Mischief-Breaking and Entering Without Permission

A. Every person who, under circumstances not amounting to any burglary, enters any building or part of any building, booth, tent, warehouse, railroad car, vessel, or other structure or erection with intent to commit any felony, larceny, or malicious mischief, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

B. Every person who, without the intention to commit any crime therein, shall willfully and intentionally break and enter into any building, trailer, vessel or other premises used as a dwelling without the permission of the owner or occupant thereof, except in the cases and manner allowed by law, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

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