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A youthful burglar expects to be released for time served at his sentencing next month, according to a plea deal in San Diego’s North County Superior Courthouse.

Kamran Daniel Wilson was 18 years old when he was arrested for grand theft and burglary of a home on Quails Trail in Vista. The homeowners reported a “hanging jewelry bag” and two televisions and other items were taken from their residence on June 18, according to a Sheriff’s detective’s report.

A neighbor told deputies he saw a “maroon sedan” in the area that day, and “a white woman was driving and a black male was the passenger.” Security cameras at the gated front entrance of Quail Ranch Community captured video of a maroon Mazda Protégé following another vehicle into the gated neighborhood. “The driver’s side window is down when the vehicle exits and a white female can be seen in the driver’s seat,” according to the detective’s report.

Investigators ran the vehicle’s license plates and found it was a 2003 Mazda registered to a Kristin Green, with an apartment address in Escondido. Officers went there and spoke to an apartment manager who said that person had moved out and didn’t leave a forwarding address, and “she last heard Green was dating a younger black male.”

A fingerprint was lifted from a broken window at the burglarized home, and they found through the Sheriff’s “archive system” that it belonged to Kamran Daniel Wilson.

A search warrant inventory stated that officers recovered a “hanging white colored jewelry bag with small compartments” and other items, during their search August 22, 2012.

Kamran Daniel Wilson was arrested the same day. He pleaded guilty to one felony count of burglary on November 8, and expects to be released for time served on December 11, 2012. The plea deal states he could have gotten up to three years in prison.

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SurfPuppy619 Nov. 17, 2012 @ 6:50 p.m.

If the perps had moved, what was searched??????

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Visduh Nov. 17, 2012 @ 7:51 p.m.

I'm so glad that the state is "tough on crime." That neighborhood is quite exclusive and has a gate system. But if those gates are not staffed, and Quail Ranch has never appeared to staff theirs, all it takes is to sneak in on the bumper of a car that has access. If residents of QR think that gate provides real security from thieves, they had better think again. And I'd suspect that the owners of that home were less-than-careful about their home security, thinking that gate and the fence around the community would keep their home safe.

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