Man Admits Burglarizing Pelosi's Home—Twice

Kevin Michael Hagan, 21, returned to the scene of the crime
By Liam Carnahan,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 8, 2012 10:31 AM CST
Man Admits Burglarizing Pelosi's Home—Twice
This photo provided by Napa County Sheriff's Office shows Kevin Michael Hagan, who was arrested Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012.   (AP Photo/Napa County Sheriff's Office)

A 21-year-old man has admitted to burglarizing Nancy Pelosi's California home on Monday ... and then again on Tuesday, reports NBC Bay Area. Police were tipped off to the first break-in by the House minority leader's alarm system, which was triggered on Monday after the glass doors to her home and pool house were broken. On Tuesday, a caretaker found that the plywood covering the broken doors had been removed, and called the cops.

Kevin Michael Hagan was caught yesterday at a different house on the same street, allegedly in the midst of another break-in. He says he wasn't aware the home was Pelosi's when he first broke in, but knew who owned it upon his return. He reportedly had a coin collection and watch belonging to Pelosi in his possession. He faces charges of burglary and felony vandalism ... and a probation violation for previous burglaries. (More Nancy Pelosi stories.)

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