Woman Booked for Burglary, Fentanyl and Vandalism

Woman Booked for Burglary, Fentanyl and Vandalism
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Written By: Jim Emerson

TIBURON —Jessica A. Tamayo, a 24-year-old woman from Sonoma County, was booked at Marin County Jail. Tamayo was discovered allegedly burglarizing a restaurant and causing considerable damage before police responded.

Tamayo, a resident of Santa Rosa, was found inside the Bungalow Kitchen restaurant on Main Street in Tiburon. Officers arrested her November 8 when the restaurant was closed for business.

Tamayo allegedly smashed liquor bottles, damaged artwork, and looted items from the restaurant. Before finishing her handiwork, Tamayo phoned for a taxi.

The taxi driver saw the suspect pushing a handcart loaded with liquor bottles, electronics, and other items from the restaurant.

Police were alerted. When officers contacted Tamayo, they found in her possession evidence of another crime. She had in our possession clothing suspected of being stolen from a women’s sportswear store in Belvedere. Plus, police found in her possession a small quantity of fentanyl.

Tamayo was arrested on suspicion of burglary, vandalism $5,000 or more, and possession of a narcotic controlled substance. However, she is presently no longer in custody.

Tamayo is no stranger to law enforcement. In fact, she was locked up three other times this year. In April, she was arrested in Marin County for battery, public intoxication, receiving or concealing stolen property. She was arrested twice this year in Sonoma County for battery, robbery, and possession of a controlled substance, among other charges.

She also has prior arrests for battery, receiving or concealing stolen property, public intoxication, and other offenses. She started getting arrested back in 2017 in Contra Costa County.

Woman Booked for Burglary, Fentanyl and Vandalism was last modified: November 23rd, 2022 by admin
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Jim Emerson

Jim Emerson is a northern California writer covering crime and arrest related news in the Bay Area - focusing primarily on Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin counties.