State v. Marc A. Olivero (A-83-13; 073364)
A fenced-in and locked lot is a “structure” within the meaning of N.J.S.A. 2C:18-2 when the lot is secured from the public and is used for business purposes. Here, when defendant entered the lot to remove metal rollers, he entered a “place … adapted for carrying on business,” as a “structure” is defined under the statute. Defendant’s conviction for third-degree burglary is affirmed.