Family finds burglar watching porn in their home

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A family in California was surprised by a burglar Monday night. What he was doing left them “shaken,” according to CBS Los Angeles. He was in their home, which is attached to their family business, for almost a half hour, utilizing their computer to watch porn.

CBS reports: Security video shows the suspect breaking through the ceiling at Giovanni & Son on Victory Blvd. Monday night, helping himself to cash, credit cards and making himself comfortable.

The business sells hair and also donates wigs to cancer patients. It’s also home to the Mirizzi family.

“Who would come into a business place and sit there and feel so comfortable to watch porn?” Steve Mirizzi asked, adding that the suspect was inside the residence for 25 minutes.

That’s when Lisa Mirizzi decided to go downstairs to make some tea, startling the suspect who was watching porn on a computer.

The report continues: The suspect tried to get away but was trapped. The doors were all dead-bolted.

Father and son admit they got a few hits in before police arrived. They got back their cash but say they still feel robbed.

According to reports, the suspect was a homeless man. The Los Angeles Daily News reports:  Alan Estrada, age 28, a transient was arrested on suspicion of residential burglary, said LAPD Detective Michael O’Connor.

According to the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department Inmate Information Center, Estrada was booked at 1:36 a.m. Tuesday inside Van Nuys Jail and remains there on a no-bail hold.

 

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