Breaking into a California home, breaking into a business and burglarizing a home are among the charges against a suspect in a string of burglaries targeting the state.
According to an arrest warrant obtained by the San Francisco Chronicle, a 26-year-old San Francisco man broke into a home in the city’s Mission district on June 10.
He was arrested after police say he smashed through the door, grabbed a gold toothcap from inside the house and then threw it through the window, hitting the ground.
The toothcap, valued at about $500, was worth between $50,000 and $200,000.
The suspect also allegedly broke into an office in the Mission district, stealing computers, a laptop and several credit cards, according to the warrant.
Police say they also found two rifles in the house.
The warrants also allege that the suspect broke into the home of a man in the San Fernando Valley area.
The man told police he was awakened by the sound of a commotion and found the suspect inside.
Police also say that they arrested a 27-year old woman in the Santa Clara County city of Los Gatos, who allegedly broke out of her apartment in an attempt to flee.
The warrant says the woman “used an open kitchen window to escape” and was taken into custody.