Trial of second man accused in 2010 felony burglary continues today

NORWICH – Jury selection in the trial of a second man charged with felony burglary in August of 2010 wrapped up yesterday afternoon and the prosecution is confident the case against Anthony Pierce will be in the hands of the jury sometime today or early Thursday.



Just last week, Pierce’s co-defendant Daniel Sabines was found guilty of second degree burglary following two days of testimony and less than an hour of deliberation by a jury of his peers.

Pierce has also been charged with second degree burglary, a class C felony, and is accused of entering a residence at 22 Beebe Ave. he though unoccupied, with the intent to commit a crime, when Sabines was confronted by the home’s owner. Pierce is alleged to have escaped the home through a front window, according to the prosecution, while Sabines fled the house through a back door.


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