Current through 10/9/2020
Section 97-17-33 - Burglary; breaking and entering building other than dwelling; railroad car; vessels; automobiles(1) Every person who shall be convicted of breaking and entering, in the day or night, any shop, store, booth, tent, warehouse, or other building or private room or office therein, water vessel, commercial or pleasure craft, ship, steamboat, flatboat, railroad car, automobile, truck or trailer in which any goods, merchandise, equipment or valuable thing shall be kept for use, sale, deposit, or transportation, with intent to steal therein, or to commit any felony, or who shall be convicted of breaking and entering in the day or night time, any building within the curtilage of a dwelling house, not joined to, immediately connected with or forming a part thereof, shall be guilty of burglary, and imprisoned in the penitentiary not more than seven (7) years.(2) Any person who shall be convicted of breaking and entering a church, synagogue, temple or other established place of worship with intent to commit some crime therein shall be punished by imprisonment in the penitentiary not more than fourteen (14) years.Codes, Hutchinson's 1848, ch. 64, art. 12, Title 4(17); 1857, ch. 64, art. 50; 1871, § 2527; 1880, § 2743; 1892, § 996; 1906, § 1073; Hemingway's 1917, § 801; 1930, § 817; 1942, § 2043; Laws, 1940, ch. 243; Laws, 1960, ch. 241; Laws, 1989, ch. 347, § 1; Laws, 1997, ch. 473, § 4, eff. 3/27/1997.