The San Luis Obispo Sheriff’s Office has three suspects under arrest for their part in a burglary at a residence in Templeton.
According to the sheriff’s office, they received a call regarding a burglary that had taken place on the 1000 block of Hemingway Lane in the last week of September while the victim was away shopping.
The victim reported his home was broken into while he was away and the suspects took coins, jewelry and gold pieces worth about $60,000. The victim also told police two of the suspects came to his home and admitted to the burglary and returned some of the stolen items. A few days later, the third suspect followed suit and came to the victim’s home and returned more of the stolen items.
According to police, the victim had surveillance cameras at the residence. With this surveillance and the suspects’ statements, all three were arrested. It is unknown if the victim contacted the suspects prior to calling the police. A fourth suspect, Josh Michael Bishop, 25, Templeton, was arrested on October 7.
Deputies arrested Maria Michele Romo, 40, no known address, for of burglary and grand theft, Carisa Ann Livingston, 27, of Creston for charge of possession of a controlled substance and Alichia Renee Starnes, 35, of San Luis Obispo for charges that include receiving stolen property, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bishop was charged with burglary, grand theft, and concealing stolen property.
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