5 arrested, stolen devices recovered in Santa Rosa tunes co-op theft

SANTA ROSA — Five suspects have been in custody, unlawful weapons have been seized and stole instruments recovered in a theft at Santa Rosa’s Musicians Co-op.

Santa Rosa police said the  burglary took put on Feb. 3rd. The operator arrived at the co-op in the early morning and uncovered the co-op had been burglarized and much more than $30,000 worth of instruments and machines had been stolen.

No suspects had been in the beginning recognized, but the co-op owner uncovered that some of the stolen goods ended up remaining sold on the net on Feb. 17th.

Detectives followed up, pinpointing a suspect and some of the stolen things in nearby Petaluma. Afterwards that day, detectives contacted and arrested Jarred Esquiro, a 35-yr-outdated male from San Rafael. 

Esquiro was in possession of several devices and new music gear stolen for the duration of the theft. Extra stolen property from the co-op burglary and supplemental proof about other suspects was positioned throughout a research of his home.

On February 21, detectives executed a search warrant at a area motel in the 3100 block of Cleveland Ave., soon after pinpointing two other theft suspects.

Throughout the look for, detectives contacted Corey Crabtree, a 37-year-previous woman from Santa Rosa, and Jeremiah Gasaiwai, a 32-yr-previous Santa Rosa resident. 

Further stolen property and proof from the burglary was located. Equally were taken into custody.

Detectives then served a lookup warrant at Gasaiwai’s Santa Rosa property, finding more stolen house  from the co-op theft.

Through the investigations, detectives also learned about an additional suspect who was in possession of additional of the stolen residence from the theft.

Detectives served a research warrant at a residence in the 7700 block of Camino Colegio, in Rohnert Park. There they contacted Banessa Soto-Hernandez a 36-yr-old Rohnert Park resident and her roommate, Robert Sheehan II a 56-calendar year-old Rohnert Park resident.

After extra stolen property was found out, they ended up detained.

The five were becoming held on: 

Esquiro was booked into county jail for 2 counts of possession of stolen home, felony possession of a Dirk or Dagger and violation of probation.

Crabtree was arrested and booked into county jail for felony burglary, conspiracy to commit a felony criminal offense, misdemeanor possession of management compound paraphernalia.

Gasaiwai was arrested and booked into jail for felony burglary, felony conspiracy to commit a felony criminal offense, felony possession of stolen assets and felony convicted felon in possession of a firearm.

Soto-Hernandez was arrested and booked into county jail for felony theft, felony conspiracy to commit a felony criminal offense and felony possession of stolen home.

Sheehan II was arrested and booked into county jail for felony possession of stolen property, felony possession of a regulate compound & a firearm,  possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial variety (ghost gun).

 Detectives had been able to track down more than 50 % of the stolen house, seize narcotics, and seize 5 firearms.