A man has been charged with burglary after he knocked over a San Francisco-area home wall, knocking over the glass doors of an apartment complex and causing $200,000 in damage.
The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department said on Wednesday that 38-year-old Eric S. Garcia broke through a wall at a home in the 4100 block of Wabash Avenue, just south of the city of Inglewood.
Deputies said Garcia went inside the home and knocked over the door to an apartment, but didn’t break in.
He then went to the apartment and knocked on a bedroom door and the second door.
He then went back to the door of the second apartment and pushed the door open.
The glass doors were then knocked down and shattered, deputies said.
The deputies said Garcia broke the glass door frame and the floor in the apartment.
They said Garcia knocked over three other glass doors and a door to a bathroom that were part of a separate unit.
Deputy Mark Calkins said the home is owned by the S.D.G.A., a nonprofit organization that helps people with disabilities.
Garcia was arrested at his home and is being held without bail at the San Diego International Airport.
He has not entered a plea and will be arraigned on Friday.