Attorney Tendler of the Law Offices of Richard Tendler will be representing a young man from Boynton Beach who has been accused of burglary and criminal mischief. The story has been featured in numerous articles, including ones for the Sun Sentinel and New York Daily News. With years of legal experience, Attorney Tendler is well equipped to handle a cases that draw media attention and has been previously featured on everything from Fox 29 to News Channel 5.
Surveillance Video Reveals Man in the Act
The incident began late night, around 2:00a.m., though it is likely that events leading up to incident will play a role in the cases proceedings. The 21-year-old man was caught in video footage attempting to break in through a front door of a local woman's home. After failing to get in, he walked around the back, but could not get through the gate to the backyard pool. Footage shows him returning to the porch for a short time before leaving the scene.
The woman noticed a pair of smashed-up lamp posts in her front yard and a missing seat cushion. She called the police and showed them her surveillance footage. While police were getting information from the woman for a report, the young man returned to the scene to retrieve his damaged vehicle. They quickly recognized him from the security camera footage they had reviewed. When police confronted him, he reportedly said that he preferred not to talk about it, wisely choosing to remain silent until having an attorney present. He did, however, admit to drinking the night before, suggesting that his actions may have been caused by his impairment. He further stated that he believes he was trying to skinny dip in his neighbor's pool. He was then booked on charges of burglary and criminal mischief.
Attorney Tendler believes that the incident was a complete misunderstanding and will fight to have the charges dropped or reduced against his client.