Turns out things didn't turn out quite so well for House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi on the homefront on Election Day.
County sheriff's deputies arrested Kevin Hagan who admitted
burglarizing the California lawmaker's vacation home twice -- once on
Monday and then again Tuesday. The sheriff's office says Hagan admitted
to six burglaries.
Hagan, 21, was arrested during another burglary
outside St. Helena and deputies say they found a watch that was stolen
from Pelosi's vacation home. No one was home at the time. Pelosi owns a
winery on aptly named Zinfandel Lane.
"This guy is just a burglar, who is on probation for grand theft," Capt. Tracey Stuart, a sheriff's spokeswoman, told the San Francisco Chronicle. "This was not a politically motivated thing."