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‘Flirty’ burglar has date with jail
March 27, 2014, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Keveen Quintanilla

Keveen Quintanilla’s flirting with a San Mateo restaurant worker prior to robbing the business has him facing a date with jail for three months although a judge will consider a drug program.

Quintanilla, 31, of Burlingame, pleaded no contest Wednesday to felony counts of commercial burglary and methamphetamine possession. He was immediately sentenced to 90 days jail with credit of eight days, including credit for good behavior, but a judge will consider entry into the Bridges program and restitution at an April 4 hearing.

Quintanilla reportedly flirted with a 22-year-old female employee of Curry Up Now, on the 100 block of B Street, on Saturday night. At about 1:30 a.m. the next morning, employees called police about an interrupted commercial burglary and the female employee recognized the suspect they found stacking property by their rear door as the same man who had given her his name and phone number.

Officers used the contact information to set up a date via text message and arrested him when he arrived at an arranged spot near Burlingame Avenue and California Drive at about 10:30 p.m., according to police.

 

 

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