As long as they dont break anything and are cold or hungry, they can come into your house.
They can walk into a walmart and steal $249 of stuff a day and, as long as they can outrun the employees, they get to keep the stuff. If they get caught, they wont be charged anyway.
Is this only for persons of color or will no one be charged?
Her website is linked below.
"Rollins, 47, has been widely hailed – and widely criticized – for her well-publicized “Charges to be Declined” list, which she has featured on her campaign webpage.
With rare exception, offenses of shoplifting, trespass, threats, and larceny under $250 will no longer be prosecuted, as well as disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct, and “minor driving offenses,” according to the list.
Breaking and entering will not be prosecuted, as long as the perpetrator makes sure the property is vacant. Alternatively, those who commit break-ins of occupied homes because they are cold or tired, but don’t damage anything, will also be in the clear.
Offenders won’t have to worry about going to court over receiving stolen property or underage drinking, and won't be held accountable for wanton or malicious destruction of property, either.
Making threats will also be permitted, with the exception of those related to domestic violence.
Drug possession will no longer be prosecuted in Suffolk County – even in cases where the suspect is a drug dealer"
CHARGES TO BE DECLINED
Charges for which the Default is to Decline Prosecuting (unless supervisor permission is obtained).
Shoplifting (including offenses that are essentially shoplifting but charged as larceny)
Larceny under $250
Disturbing the peace
Receiving stolen property
Minor driving offenses, including operating with a suspend or revoked license
Breaking and entering — where it is into a vacant property or where it is for the purpose of sleeping or seeking refuge from the cold and there is no actual damage to property
Wanton or malicious destruction of property
Threats – excluding domestic violence
Minor in possession of alcohol
Drug possession with intent to distribute
A stand alone resisting arrest charge, i.e. cases where a person is charged with resisting arrest and that is the only charge
A resisting arrest charge combined with only charges that all fall under the list of charges to decline to prosecute, e.g. resisting arrest charge combined only with a trespassing charge
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