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Boxer-clad South San Francisco home invader imprisoned
March 18, 2014, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Rodney Narayan

A 26-year-old South San Francisco man who confronted a woman in her home wearing only boxers just days after being sentenced for a similar crime received four years in prison for residential burglary.

Rodney Rajiv Narayan accepted a plea deal in January on the charge with the caveat he faced up to four years and Friday a judge imposed that maximum with credit of 448 days earned while in custody on $100,000 bail. He must also pay standard court fees and fines.

Narayan had already been convicted of misdemeanor trespassing and sentenced to 30 days in jail for similar conduct just nine days before he entered the woman’s South San Francisco home using a ladder the afternoon on Aug. 3 as she bathed her two young children.

When confronted, the woman told her 5- and 8-year-old children to run and lock themselves in their room while she followed his command to come with him. Once downstairs, the woman slammed and locked a door behind Narayan and phoned for help. She hid upstairs and police had to break into the house where they found Narayan lying on a bed.

According to the District Attorney’s Office, Narayan committed a similar offense which included grabbing a woman’s breast in July. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit of eight days which put him back out of custody for one day before reportedly acting out again. He is also on three years probation.

 

 

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