DIXON, Calif. (AP) - Authorities say a Northern California burglary suspect apparently couldn't find a baby sitter. The man brought his infant child along while he and a partner burglarized a shop.
The Sacramento Bee says the owner of the shop in an unincorporated area of Dixon detained one of the burglars Tuesday evening.
When Solano County Sheriff's deputies responded, they searched the suspect's car and found items from the shop and the 34-year-old man's child.
Paul McGraw of Dixon is being held on suspicion of felony burglary and conspiracy, and a misdemeanor charge of willful cruelty of a child.
The newspaper says the baby was handed over to Child Protective Services.
The Bee reports deputies also arrested 37-year-old Dean Forrest French of Vacaville, who faces burglary and conspiracy charges.
The Associated Press