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THE LATEST — Dec. 17, 2020
Police have secured an arrest warrant for burglary for Eduardo Vega Cervantes, 27, from Fairfield, according to Lt. Jausiah Jacobsen.
Fairfield police ask that if you see him, do not approach him and contact police.
FAIRFIELD, Calif. (KTXL) — A woman and her 2-year-old daughter came home from shopping Monday afternoon to find a man who had broken into their Fairfield home.
“When I opened my garage, my garage closed by itself and I was like, that’s not right. It don’t never close by itself. So, he was actually in my garage at that time,” said the homeowner, Nicole.
Nicole, who chose not to disclose her last name, told FOX40 the intruder had blocked her front door with a table. She said it was a way for him to get a heads up when someone was coming home.
But the suspect somehow slipped out from her garage.
“He pushed the garage door to close it,” Nicole recalled. “To get him enough time to shoot out my side door and go around to the back and jump the fence.”
Surveillance video from next-door neighbor Jessica Knudsen’s camera captured the suspected intruder.
“He jumped the back fence over here into our yard. That’s how our video surveillance got him,” Knudsen said.
“Now, I’m scared a little bit…