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Police make arrest in Stockton home burglary

According to the homeowner, the burglar got away with jewelry, electronics and more.

STOCKTON, Calif. — A shattered front window, a list of missing items and a broken sense of safety are what's left of a Friday morning burglary at Stephen Castanon's north Stockton home.

According to Castanon, his family left for the day around 7:06 a.m. Two minutes later, a man rang his front doorbell.

Security camera video captured the suspected burglar waiting less than 30 seconds after ringing the doorbell before breaking into the home by shattering a front window.

The burglar then allegedly rummaged through the house, stealing old wedding rings, family jewelry, tablets and more.

While Castanon and his family try to recover from the frightening burglary, officers with the Stockton Police Department are now investigating the case.

Friday night, officers arrested Demariay Campbell and booked him into San Joaquin County Jail on suspicion of first degree burglary and receiving stolen property. 

Investigators say anyone with information can call Stockton Crime Stoppers at 209-946-0600, referencing the case number 23-16746.

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