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Alvin Delosreyes arrested for allegedly using glass-cutting device to break into home on Prairie Court in Fairfield


A Vallejo man was arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of burglary, felony criminal trespassing and obstructing law enforcement officers, according to Fairfield police. Alvin Delosreyes, 43, used a glass-cutting device to break into a residence in the 5000 block of Golden Prairie Court in Fairfield and continued to break glass once inside the home. Upon hearing the shattering glass, a female resident called police around 7 a.m. Tuesday.

Police arrived to see Delosreyes exiting the front door wearing a mask and carrying two knives. He was initially compliant with officers, but then became combative and had to be subdued with the help of a police dog. One officer suffered minor injuries during the altercation and was treated at a hospital and then released, police said.

Delosreyes had a prior association with the residents of the home, but he did not have permission to enter the home on Tuesday, police said. Delosreyes’ previous offenses include driving under the influence, obstructing law enforcement, vandalism, criminal threats and assault on emergency personnel.

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