A man and woman were arrested on suspicion of breaking into a home north of Santa Rosa on Friday afternoon, the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office announced today. Deputies responded to an activated house alarm in the 1400 block of Mark West Springs Road around 12:30 p.m. The homeowner found the residence was broken into before deputies arrived.
A surveillance system was installed in the home and captured video footage of the suspects breaking into a window, entering the house and fleeing after the alarm went off, sheriff’s officials said. The footage shows the suspects fleeing in a white Dodge pickup truck and the vehicle’s license plate, according to the sheriff’s office. Detectives learned the truck was registered to 54-year-old Santa Rosa resident Mark Brian Hagan.
A previous booking photo of Hagan matched the image of a male suspect in the video, sheriff’s officials said. Around 9:30 p.m., detectives served a search warrant they had obtained for Hagan’s home and vehicles. Detectives arrested Hagan and 47-year-old Brandie Rae Radabaugh who is the second suspect in the break-in, according to sheriff’s officials. A search of the home uncovered stolen property from a burglary in Geyserville earlier that day when the same truck was seen leaving the victim’s home, sheriff’s officials said. Hagan and Radabaugh were both arrested on suspicion of residential burglary, possession of stolen property, conspiracy to commit crime. Hagan was also arrested on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine and his bail was set at $80,000. Radabaugh, who has addresses in Santa Rosa and Cloverdale, was booked without bail because she allegedly committed a crime while on parole.
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