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Man admits Election Day burglary of Nancy Pelosi house, cops say

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Kevin Michael Hagan, seen in a photo provided by Napa County Sheriff's Office, is suspected of breaking into House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's home.

A suspect was arrested on suspicion of burglarizing the California home of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi as voters went to the polls, a sheriff's captain in Napa County said.

Kevin Michael Hagan, 21, admitted six burglaries since Halloween, including two at Congresswoman Pelosi's residence on Zinfandel Lane outside St. Helena on Monday and again on Tuesday, which was Election Day.

Capt. Tracy Stuart said nobody was home at the time and it's unknown what was taken. Pelosi was re-elected on Tuesday night.

Deputies found a glass door to the main Pelosi residence and a glass door to the pool house had been smashed when they responded to an alarm there around 2:50 p.m. local time (5:50 p.m. ET) on Nov. 5.

No one was home at the time and it's unknown what was taken, Stuart said.

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On Nov. 6 at 9:50 a.m. local time (12:50 p.m. ET), a caretaker at the Pelosi home discovered plywood that was placed over the broken glass doors the day before had been removed, and someone entered the main house and pool house, Stuart said.

It appeared someone looked through drawers and cabinets, Stuart said.

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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi walks up to speak at a news conference on Oct. 2 in Washington, D.C.

Sheriff's deputies responded at 10:10 a.m. (1:10 p.m. ET) Wednesday to a residence at 2150 Silverado Trail outside St. Helena after a caretaker found an upstairs door open and a locked bedroom door, Stuart said.

Thinking someone might be inside the house, the caretaker called police, Stuart said.

A sheriff's deputy discovered a window had been removed and a suspect was inside the house, Stuart said.

Hagan was found and admitted burglarizing the Pelosi residence twice and two other properties on Zinfandel Lane, Stuart said.

Stuart said Hagan did not realize it was Pelosi's home the first time he burglarized it but he was aware the second time.

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Hagan took deputies to the properties and he was arrested on suspicion of 10 counts of burglary, felony vandalism and a violation of probation for prior burglaries and thefts, Stuart said.

Hagan had a watch and coin collection taken from the Pelosi residence and Bose headphones taken from another victim's residence, Stuart said. He was booked into the Napa County jail.