The People vs. Ronald Riff: A Case of Breaking and Entering
It is the People’s case that on the night of August 4th, 2012, Ronald Riff broke into and robbed Marquette’s store. Mr. Riff stole money from the store owner, Speedy Marquette.
Ronald Riff is the defendant in this case. He is accused of breaking into and robbing Marquette’s store on the night of August 4th, 2012. The People allege that Mr. Riff stole money from the store owner, Speedy Marquette.
Marquette’s store is a small grocery store located in the city of St. Paul, Minnesota. The store is owned and operated by Speedy Marquette. Mr. Marquette has been in business for over 30 years.
The date of the robbery was August 4th, 2012. The People allege that Mr. Riff broke into the store sometime after 10:00pm and stole money from the register. The exact amount of money stolen is unknown, but the People allege that it was more than $500.
Speedy Marquette is the owner of Marquette’s store. He is a hard-working man who has been in business for over 30 years. On the night of the robbery, Mr. Marquette was working late in his store. He was closing up for the night when he was confronted by Mr. Riff.
Otis Ripple is a witness for the People. He is a neighbor of Mr. Marquette and he knows Mr. Riff. On the night of the robbery, Mr. Ripple saw Mr. Riff near Marquette’s store and he called 911 to report suspicious activity.
Mr. Waters is a witness for the People. He is an employee of Speedy Marquette and he was working at the store on the night of the robbery. After Mr. Riff had left the store, Mr Waters called 911 to report the robbery.
In conclusion, the People allege that Ronald Riff is guilty of breaking into and robbing Marquette’s store. The People have witnesses who will testify that they saw Mr. Riff near the store on the night of the robbery and that he was the one who stole money from the register. The People believe that they have enough evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Riff is guilty as charged.