I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear about your situation.
California law does not allow a tenant to unilaterally insist that the landlord use the security deposit for rent. You can serve him with a notice to pay the past due rent within 3 days or vacate the premises. If he has unauthorized animals, you can also put in the notice that he must remove all pets from the house that aren't allowed by the lease. And you can give him a 3 day notice to remove the extra tenants from the house or vacate. That can all go in one notice. He'll have three days to bring his account current and get everyone else out before you go to court and file for eviction.
The fact that your tenant has been charged with a crime is not a violation of the lease, so that's not grounds for eviction unless there's a restraining order against him by someone else living there. (That would be a very different procedure.) If you paid to repair the window, you can sue him for the cost. Landlords aren't responsible for repairing damages caused by a tenant at their own expense. Breaking one window isn't grounds for eviction, but if you have reason to believe he's going to cause total destruction, you can file a Complaint eviction based on that. But it would have to go beyond one broken window.
You do not need a lawyer to evict him. All of the forms and instructions are available online:
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