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Burglary reported at Rep. Nancy Pelosi's Napa County home

November 6, 2012 |  3:05 pm
Nancy Pelosi

Authorities are investigating an apparent burglary at a residence of Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco), officials with the Napa County Sheriff's Department said Tuesday.

Deputies responded to the House minority leader's home on Zinfandel Lane near St. Helena around 2:50 p.m. after an alarm was tripped at the residence, said sheriff's spokeswoman Capt. Tracey Stuart.

When they arrived deputies discovered two broken glass doors, one at the entrance to the main house and another to the pool house, said Stuart.

Department officials said it was not clear what, if anything, was taken because no one was home at the time the alarm company contacted authorities. Stuart said there was nothing unusual about the break-in.

"There was nothing left behind to indicate that it's anything other than a regular burglary investigation," Stuart said.

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Photo:  House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) at a Sept. 13 news conference in Washington. Credit: J. Scott Applewhite / Associated Press

 

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