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Mark Brian Hagan And Brandie Rae Radabugh Arrested In Connection With Residential Burglary In Sonoma Co.

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Sonoma County sheriff’s deputies arrested two people on Friday in connection with a home burglary north of Santa Rosa.

Mark Brian Hagan, 54, and Brandie Rae Radabugh, 47, both of Santa Rosa, were arrested on suspicion of residential burglary, possession of stolen property and conspiracy to commit a crime. Hagan was also arrested on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine.

Deputies responded Friday around 12:30 p.m. to a residential alarm that went off in the 1400 block of Mark West Springs Road.

Deputies said the homeowner arrived at the residence prior to their arrival and discovered the house had been broken into.

The residence has a home surveillance security system that captured the suspects, later identified as Hagan and Radabugh, in the break-in and the vehicle they were in.

Deputies said the suspects drove to the residence in a white Dodge pickup truck, broke a window to gain entry into the residence, entered the house and then fled in the truck when the alarm went off.

Detectives said they were able to identify the truck as belonging to Hagan and were able to identify Hagan and Radabugh as the suspects seen in the security video.

Deputies served a search warrant at Hagan’s residence around 9:30 p.m. and took the two suspects into custody without incident.

Deputies said during the search, they also located stolen items from another recent burglary in Geyserville.

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