Oakland Man Arrested for Breaking into Sausalito Home and Attempting to Steal Clothing

An Oakland man, identified as Daniel Lewis Clark, 34, was apprehended by Sausalito police after allegedly breaking into a residence on Bulkley Avenue in Sausalito. The incident occurred on Friday afternoon when a resident and her children returned home to find Clark trying on clothing in the master bedroom. Startled, the residents quickly fled the scene and contacted the woman’s husband, who promptly alerted the authorities.

Upon receiving the call, the police swiftly surrounded the home but were unable to locate the intruder. However, their efforts paid off when a parking officer spotted an individual matching Clark’s description on Second Street shortly after. The police detained Clark and discovered that he was in possession of suspected burglary tools, a dirk or dagger, as well as allegedly stolen mail, checks, and credit cards.

Further investigation revealed that Clark may also be connected to an attempted break-in at a residence on South Street earlier that same day. Authorities are currently reviewing additional evidence to determine if Clark can be linked to other recent criminal activities in the area.

On Monday, the Marin County District Attorney’s Office filed a felony residential burglary charge against Clark. As of Tuesday, he remains in custody at the Marin County Jail, with bail set at $50,000. Clark’s arraignment is scheduled for Thursday.

Author: CrimeDoor

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