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By Already Broke Asf / Wednesday 18 November 2015 01:51 / United States
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Even if you did "owe" him, that doesn't make it any less illegal to go into someone's living quarters and take it from them. It's still stealing.

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I do understand op not wanting to file a report and go to the police about this. You have to realize that op's brother would be charged for this and have a permanent record. Which means that every time he has to fill out an application for a job he is legally required to check off that he has a criminal record, which severely affects his chances of getting a good job. Yes, the brother is in the wrong. 100% he is. But I understand not wanting to file a report and have something that can affect hi

Even if you did "owe" him, that doesn't make it any less illegal to go into someone's living quarters and take it from them. It's still stealing.

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If your parents took his side just because he said that I would say they're lacking common sense. Like everyone else is saying, I think going to the police is the best option.

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You should still file a report anyhow, just because he's family doesn't mean he's above the law. Hopefully you get it all back!

Christ, he even took 50¢ in change—it's /completely/ normal to bet somebody an amount that isn't represented in whole dollars.

you can still charge him with break in and theft. he needs to learn tht isnt cool nor okay. he shouldve just asked for tht money even if it meant you saying no.

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