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Man found guilty in Redwood City burglary spree
June 25, 2014, 05:00 AM

A San Mateo County Superior Court jury convicted a Redwood City man Monday for a string of burglaries dating back to July 2013, prosecutors said Tuesday.

Justin Mitchell, 27, was found guilty of 20 felony counts ranging from residential burglary to identity theft, according to the District Attorney’s Office.

Mitchell was initially arrested in October in connection with a vehicle burglary in Redwood City and was later identified by investigators as a suspect in a string of residential, commercial and vehicle burglaries dating back to July.

The crime spree involved 10 victims and included five commercial burglaries and several identity thefts. Three of the residential burglaries, committed in Woodside, took place while the victims were asleep in their homes, prosecutors said.

Mitchell, who remains in custody on $405,000 bail, will return to court on Aug. 27 to set a sentencing date.

 

 

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