​Pelosi Home Break In Arrest Made In San Francisco

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November 8, 2012

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There was a break-in at House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi San Francisco Pacific Heights home on Monday afternoon.

Apparently, the thieves smashed two glass doors in order to get into the home which triggered an alarm system to go off. There was no one staying at the home at the time of the break-in.

Pelosi’s alarm company contacted the Napa County Sheriff’s Department, which intern sent out deputies to the residence at approximately 2:53 p.m., according to Capt. Tracey Stuart. Deputies found the glass broken on the front door and a pool house door, Stuart said.

The suspects got away prior to police arriving; however, they have since arrested a 21-year-old suspected of the break in.

According to officials, Kevin Michael Hagan was arrested on Wednesday after a deputy found him at another St. Helena home where a break-in was reported.

Newsday reports Authorities say Hagan admitted to burglarizing six homes, including Pelosi’s, since Oct. 31. He had a watch that was taken from Pelosi’s home.

Authorites do not feel that this break-in was politically motivated. It is not clear if Hagan has secured an attorney as yet.