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Milpitas Pizza Parlor Burglary Suspect Arrested



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    Craig Irvin Brayfield, 54 year-old Milpitas homeless man arrested on burglary charge. Aug. 21, 2015

    Milpitas police on Monday announced the arrest of a homeless man who had been captured on surveillance video allegedly breaking into a pizza parlor.

    Sgt. Huy Trans said 54-year-old Craig Irvin Brayfield was taken into custody on Friday after the alarm went off at Stuft Pizza on Dempsey Road about 3 a.m. Surveillance video, which showed someone entering the business, led police to Brayfield, whom they knew from “prior contacts,” Trans said.

    Police found him at a homeless encampment in Milpitas and booked into the Santa Clara County Main Jail in connection with burglary charges.

    Police did not state what was stolen from the pizzeria.