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Burglars caught after arguing with each other in Menlo Park
March 04, 2014, 05:00 AM

Two people were arrested in connection with multiple residential and vehicle burglaries in Menlo Park Monday.

Residents called police after hearing Jessica Lawler, a 22-year-old San Jose resident, and Fabian Hagnere, a 29-year-old Redwood City resident, yelling at each other, according to the Menlo Park Police Department.

Police arrived on the 100 block of Hedge Road around 7:47 a.m. because an occupied home was burglarized overnight, according to police.

Shortly after arriving, police received reports that there had been several vehicle burglaries and attempted residential burglaries around the same area. Police also received several calls about Lawler and Hagnere in a heated argument near Bay Road and Harmon Drive. When police arrived, they found one of them hiding behind a parked vehicle on Lorelei Lane and the other running near Marsh and Bay roads, according to police.

Lawler and Hagnere were identified as the suspects in the burglaries and booked into San Mateo County Jail. Both were charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance and Hagnere was charged for burglary and conspiracy, according to police.



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