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* Scott Main Arrested For Alleged Burglary on Meyers Drive Santa Rosa

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A man was arrested when police officers interrupted a burglary in progress at a home in Santa Rosa this morning. Officers responded at about 7:45 a.m. to Meyers Drive where a neighbor reported seeing a suspicious man loitering around a home whose owner was away, police said. Officers arrived and confronted the man, Scott Christopher Main, 28, while he was ransacking a medicine cabinet inside the home. Main, a Santa Rosa resident, was arrested and during the investigation, officers determined he had also allegedly burglarized the same home several days earlier and stole the homeowner’s vehicle. Main was arrested and booked into Sonoma County Jail on suspicion of residential burglary, vehicle theft, possession of stolen property, elder abuse, and violation of probation.

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