5 Arrested In Theft Of $30K In Devices, Songs Gear: SRPD

SONOMA COUNTY, CA — 5 folks have been arrested in relationship with the theft of a musicians’ co-op in Santa Rosa through which $30,000 truly worth of devices and products was stolen, police stated.

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

A local community service officer took the preliminary report, checked for physical proof, and contacted the SRPD Residence Criminal offense Team. No suspects had been originally recognized, law enforcement claimed.

On Feb. 17, the operator identified some of the stolen things staying stolen on the web and reported the information and facts to the detectives who ended up performing the scenario.

Detectives determined the suspect, verified the objects had been stolen, and uncovered the suspect in Petaluma. Afterwards that day, detectives arrested Jarred Esquiro, a 35-yr-aged man from San Rafael. It is alleged that Esquiro was in possession of numerous objects stolen from the co-op (instruments and music gear).

Esquiro was on county probation for a prior tried burglary and was necessary to submit to searches by law enforcement. It is alleged that in a look for of his San Rafael residence, detectives identified more home stolen from the co-op, as well as proof about other suspects.

Esquiro remained in custody without having bail Monday at Sonoma County jail. He was at first booked into jail Feb. 17 on suspicion of two counts of possession of stolen assets, possession of a dirk or dagger, and violation of probation.

On Feb. 21, right after identifying the people considered to be accountable for the burglary, detectives searched a lookup warrant at a motel in the 3100 block of Cleveland Avenue in Santa Rosa. Contacted during the search have been Corey Crabtree, a 37-calendar year-previous Santa Rosa woman, and Jeremiah Gasaiwai, a 32-calendar year-aged Santa Rosa gentleman.

It is alleged that further stolen residence and evidence from the burglary was found at the motel. In addition, Gasaiwai is a convicted felon and was in possession of cocaine and a ghost gun, law enforcement mentioned.

Detectives then served a look for warrant at Gasaiwai’s home in the 500 block of Mission Avenue in Santa Rosa, where law enforcement stated far more stolen residence 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 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 crime, felony possession of stolen residence, felony convicted felony in possession of a firearm and quite a few other firearm and narcotic possession offenses. His bail was established at $70,000 and he has since been produced from custody, jail records show.

As a result of the investigations, detectives discovered about an additional suspect in Rohnert Park who may possibly have additional of the stolen house. The next working day, detectives served a research warrant at a home in the 7700 block of Camino Colegio in Rohnert Park. Detectives contacted Banessa Soto-Hernandez, a 36-year-outdated Rohnert Park lady, and her roommate, Robert Sheehan II a 56-calendar year-previous Rohnert Park male.

Throughout the search, detectives located a lot more stolen assets and uncovered Sheehan was conscious the home was stolen and assisted with hoping to sell it, law enforcement explained.

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

Soto-Hernandez was arrested and booked into Sonoma County jail on suspicion of felony burglary, felony conspiracy to dedicate a crime, and felony possession of stolen property.

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 substance, and possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial selection.

“This investigation took almost a few weeks and SRPD House Criminal offense detectives nevertheless have more comply with-up to perform,” SRPD law enforcement Sgt. Christopher Mahurin said. “Detectives have been in a position to find a lot more than 50 percent of the stolen home, arrested five individuals, seized narcotics, and seized 5 firearms from folks who should not have firearms (a single ghost gun, two handguns, one particular rifle and 1 shotgun).