5 Arrested In Theft Of $30K In Instruments, Music Devices: SRPD

SONOMA COUNTY, CA — 5 people have been arrested in relationship with the theft of a musicians’ co-op in Santa Rosa in the course of which $30,000 value of devices and gear was stolen, law enforcement reported.

The Santa Rosa Law enforcement Department was notified Feb. 3 about the burglary at Dwell Musician’s Co-op on Piner Highway. The operator arrived at the co-op in the morning and learned it was burglarized.

A local community support officer took the original report, checked for bodily proof, and contacted the SRPD Home Crime Group. No suspects had been to begin with determined, law enforcement stated.

On Feb. 17, the owner identified some of the stolen goods becoming stolen on the net and noted the info to the detectives who were being functioning the scenario.

Detectives identified the suspect, verified the objects ended up stolen, and found the suspect in Petaluma. Later on that working day, detectives arrested Jarred Esquiro, a 35-yr-previous male from San Rafael. It is alleged that Esquiro was in possession of a number of merchandise stolen from the co-op (instruments and music tools).

Esquiro was on county probation for a prior attempted theft and was required to submit to searches by regulation enforcement. It is alleged that in a research of his San Rafael residence, detectives located more house stolen from the co-op, as well as evidence about other suspects.

Esquiro remained in custody with out 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 home, possession of a dirk or dagger, and violation of probation.

On Feb. 21, right after determining the individuals thought to be liable for the burglary, detectives searched a lookup warrant at a motel in the 3100 block of Cleveland Avenue in Santa Rosa. Contacted all through the search ended up Corey Crabtree, a 37-yr-outdated Santa Rosa female, and Jeremiah Gasaiwai, a 32-year-aged Santa Rosa person.

It is alleged that more stolen house and evidence from the theft was located at the motel. In addition, Gasaiwai is a convicted felon and was in possession of cocaine and a ghost gun, police stated.

Detectives then served a research warrant at Gasaiwai’s home in the 500 block of Mission Avenue in Santa Rosa, in which law enforcement explained a lot 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 burglary, conspiracy to dedicate a felony crime, and misdemeanor possession of a managed substance paraphernalia.

Gasaiwai was arrested and booked into the Sonoma County Jail on suspicion of theft, conspiracy to commit a felony criminal offense, felony possession of stolen residence, felony convicted felony in possession of a firearm and a lot of other firearm and narcotic possession offenses. His bail was set at $70,000 and he has considering that been unveiled from custody, jail records show.

As a result of the investigations, detectives acquired about yet another suspect in Rohnert Park who may perhaps have additional of the stolen home. The next day, detectives served a lookup warrant at a home in the 7700 block of Camino Colegio in Rohnert Park. Detectives contacted Banessa Soto-Hernandez, a 36-12 months-previous Rohnert Park female, and her roommate, Robert Sheehan II a 56-12 months-aged Rohnert Park male.

For the duration of the look for, detectives observed much more stolen house and discovered Sheehan was knowledgeable the house was stolen and assisted with trying to market it, police said.

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 residence.

Sheehan was arrested and booked into Sonoma County jail on suspicion of possession of stolen residence, felony possession of a managed compound and a firearm, misdemeanor possession of a controlled compound, and possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial amount.

“This investigation took just about a few months and SRPD Residence Criminal offense detectives however have supplemental abide by-up to conduct,” SRPD police Sgt. Christopher Mahurin claimed. “Detectives were being able to track down far more than half of the stolen house, arrested five folks, seized narcotics, and seized five firearms from men and women who shouldn’t have firearms (1 ghost gun, two handguns, just one rifle and one shotgun).