5 Arrested In Burglary Of $30K In Devices, Audio Machines: SRPD

SONOMA COUNTY, CA — Five folks have been arrested in connection with the burglary of a musicians’ co-op in Santa Rosa through which $30,000 truly worth of devices and products was stolen, law enforcement reported.

The Santa Rosa Law enforcement Division was notified Feb. 3 about the burglary at Stay Musician’s Co-op on Piner Road. The proprietor arrived at the co-op in the morning and discovered it was burglarized.

A group services officer took the preliminary report, checked for physical evidence, and contacted the SRPD House Criminal offense Team. No suspects had been originally recognized, law enforcement explained.

On Feb. 17, the operator located some of the stolen things remaining stolen on-line and documented the information to the detectives who ended up working the case.

Detectives discovered the suspect, verified the merchandise have been stolen, and identified the suspect in Petaluma. Afterwards that day, detectives arrested Jarred Esquiro, a 35-calendar year-previous man from San Rafael. It is alleged that Esquiro was in possession of several merchandise stolen from the co-op (instruments and new music products).

Esquiro was on county probation for a prior attempted theft and was expected to post to lookups by legislation enforcement. It is alleged that in a lookup of his San Rafael home, detectives found extra assets stolen from the co-op, as nicely as proof about other suspects.

Esquiro remained in custody without the need of bail Monday at Sonoma County jail. He was to begin with booked into jail Feb. 17 on suspicion of two counts of possession of stolen residence, possession of a dirk or dagger, and violation of probation.

On Feb. 21, soon after pinpointing the folks considered to be responsible for the burglary, detectives searched a lookup warrant at a motel in the 3100 block of Cleveland Avenue in Santa Rosa. Contacted for the duration of the lookup were Corey Crabtree, a 37-calendar year-old Santa Rosa female, and Jeremiah Gasaiwai, a 32-yr-previous Santa Rosa person.

It is alleged that further stolen assets and proof from the burglary was situated at the motel. Also, Gasaiwai is a convicted felon and was in possession of cocaine and a ghost gun, police reported.

Detectives then served a look for warrant at Gasaiwai’s residence in the 500 block of Mission Avenue in Santa Rosa, where police mentioned much more stolen property from the co-op theft was located, together with a shotgun and a rifle.

Crabtree was arrested and booked into the Sonoma County Jail on suspicion of felony theft, conspiracy to dedicate a felony criminal offense, and misdemeanor possession of a managed substance paraphernalia.

Gasaiwai was arrested and booked into the Sonoma County Jail on suspicion of burglary, conspiracy to dedicate a felony criminal offense, felony possession of stolen house, felony convicted felony in possession of a firearm and quite a few other firearm and narcotic possession offenses. His bail was set at $70,000 and he has considering the fact that been launched from custody, jail records exhibit.

Via the investigations, detectives uncovered about an additional suspect in Rohnert Park who may have extra of the stolen property. The subsequent working day, detectives served a search warrant at a residence in the 7700 block of Camino Colegio in Rohnert Park. Detectives contacted Banessa Soto-Hernandez, a 36-yr-old Rohnert Park female, and her roommate, Robert Sheehan II a 56-yr-old Rohnert Park person.

In the course of the lookup, detectives identified far more stolen property and discovered Sheehan was conscious the house was stolen and assisted with trying to promote it, law enforcement reported.

It is alleged that detectives also located methamphetamine and two handguns in Sheehan’s possession.

Soto-Hernandez was arrested and booked into Sonoma County jail on suspicion of felony theft, felony conspiracy to dedicate a criminal offense, and felony possession of stolen home.

Sheehan was arrested and booked into Sonoma County jail on suspicion of possession of stolen house, felony possession of a controlled substance and a firearm, misdemeanor possession of a managed material, and possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number.

“This investigation took almost a few weeks and SRPD House Crime detectives nevertheless have supplemental comply with-up to perform,” SRPD police Sgt. Christopher Mahurin reported. “Detectives were being capable to track down more than 50 % of the stolen home, arrested five people, seized narcotics, and seized five firearms from people today who shouldn’t have firearms (a person ghost gun, two handguns, just one rifle and one particular shotgun).