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Thursday, November 8, 2012

Kevin Michael Hagan Accused of Burglarizing Nancy Pelosi's Home

Posted By on Thu, Nov 8, 2012 at 7:23 AM

click to enlarge Maybe he's happy about Pelosi's re-election
  • Maybe he's happy about Pelosi's re-election

Napa County cops have busted the man who they say is responsible for a slew of residential burglaries, including one at Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi's wine country house Monday night.

According to news reports, police on Wednesday arrested 21-year-old Kevin Michael Hagan after he admitted to breaking into six homes since Halloween.

Hagan broke into five homes in Napa County and one in Solano County over the last week, Capt. Tracy Stuart said.

About  3 p.m., on Monday, authorities responded to a burglar alarm at Pelosi's house on Zinfandel Lane, and found the front door smashed as well as a glass door to the pool house broken, Stuart said. A watch was reportedly stolen from the congresswoman's home.

Now for the burning question: Is Hagan not a Pelosi fan?

"This guy is just a burglar, who is on probation for grand theft,'' Stuart told the Chron. "This was not a politically motivated thing.''


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