To break in or into / The verb tense
1. While I was serving at the police station on Sunday night, I received a call saying that somebody was breaking in a jewelry store on the 15th Street at the moment.
- Is "to break in a jewelry store" correct? I think that to break INTO... is correct!
2. Because there was a car accident, Lucy “had been stuck” in the heavy traffic on the highway for almost an hour. So by the time she arrived at the airport, the airplane had already taken off.
- In the "", can I use "was stuck"?