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* Jason Cerrutti Arrested for Alleged Parole Violation by Redwood City Police

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A suspected burglar was arrested Wednesday afternoon in Redwood City, police said.  Around 4:45 p.m. detectives from the Redwood City police Street Crime Suppression Team arrested 36-year-old Redwood City resident Jason Cerrutti at his residence in the 400 block of Stambaugh Street, police said.

During a search of his home, vehicle and storage locker, detectives found property believed to be stolen from a home burglary in Redwood City in January and property apparently from two commercial burglaries in Santa Clara County in February and January.

Cerrutti is a parolee and as a condition of his parole authorities periodically search his property. Cerrutti was booked into San Mateo County Jail on charges of  residential burglary, possession of stolen property and violation of his parole, according to police. The Street Crime Suppression Team is comprised of Redwood City police and San Mateo County Sheriff’s detectives.

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