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Vacaville police arrest burglary suspect

By From page A5 | October 02, 2013

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Jonathan Dew, suspect in Vacaville burglary, robbery.

VACAVILLE — Police arrested a 19-year-old man early Saturday on suspicion of robbery, burglary and committing a felony while on bail.

Jonathan Richard Dew of Vacaville was taken to the Solano County Jail with a bail amount of $45,000.

Police received several calls early Saturday about a possible fight on the 1900 block of Aletha Lane, according to a press release. As officers arrived, two men – one identified as Dew – ran north.

The officers were told by a resident that the two subjects broke into her apartment while she was asleep in an upstairs bedroom. She told police she saw that one of them had her property, so she confronted him. The man tried to punch her and pushed her to the ground, according to police.

Police then found Dew at a home on Northwood Drive and the victim identified him as one of the intruders, according to police.

No other arrests have been made. Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call Officer Daniel Torres at 449-5200.

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Brad Stanhope

Brad Stanhope

Brad Stanhope is a former Daily Republic editor. He began his career at the DR in the last millennium. He spent 24 years as a sports editor, associate editor and news editor before leaving the Daily Republic in 2014. Brad lives in Suisun City with his wife, Mrs. Brad, and two sons. He enjoys cheese.
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