Santa Rosa girl arrested on suspicion of thieving carpeting from her employer

An staff of a Santa Rosa flooring enterprise was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of stealing more than $5,000 well worth of carpet from her employer, in accordance to authorities.

Santa Rosa law enforcement released an investigation before in the 7 days just after someone from the flooring corporation witnessed an employee loading “enormous rolls” of carpet on to a flatbed trailer after organization several hours, according to a statement.

The investigation led detectives to a house in Sebastopol wherever they noticed a roll of carpet in the driveway that matched the description of the carpet taken from the organization.

Detectives executed a research warrant on the home, where by they arrested the suspect, Santa Rosa resident Theresa Tobon, 54, who police reported to be a six-calendar year employee of the enterprise.

Detectives recovered the the vast majority of the stolen carpet but still left portions that had by now been put in.

The home belonged to a family member of Tobon. That man or woman did not know the new carpeting was suspected to be stolen, Santa Rosa Police Sgt. Chris Mahurin mentioned Friday.

Tobon was booked into the Sonoma County Jail on prices of felony embezzlement and grand theft.

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