Congressman Kucinich reports break-in at Ohio home

Police are investigating a break-in at the Cleveland home of Congressman Dennis Kucinich.
Associated Press
Nov 8, 2012

 

The Democrat says he discovered his house had been ransacked when he arrived home Monday from Washington.

Cleveland police say the initial report indicated someone entered the home through a rear window and scattered some files but it appeared nothing was taken. It's not clear when the break-in occurred, and police have no suspects.

Kucinich wasn't up for re-election Tuesday. He lost to U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur in a hard-fought primary after they were put in the same district.

Detectives also are investigating a break-in Monday at House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's wine country home in northern California.

Police haven't said there's any connection between the two cases.

 

Comments

wiredmama222

poor Dennis the menace, he's on TV and his house is broken into...(aside, cough). Really? More publicity for Dennis?

Unabasho

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Contango

Someone just intended to redistribute his wealth. How could a socialist have a problem?