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Two Females Arrested for Theft in Sonoma
On October 7, 2015, the Sonoma Police Department was called to the Sonoma Market regarding a theft investigation. According to store management, they discovered a large amount of wine and liquor was missing from the inventory on the shelves. Store security personnel then reviewed security video from the previous several days. On October 5, 2015, the video revealed that 3 females entered the store, went directly to the alcohol aisle, placed numerous bottles of alcohol in their personal bags/purses, and then left the store without paying for them. Store security provided the investigating deputy with photographs of the suspects. The alcohol was valued at nearly $900. Refer to Sonoma PD CR#15-0001374.
On October 8, 2015, store security noticed 2 of the 3 female suspects from the previous theft enter the store and called the Sonoma Police Department. The female suspects were accompanied by 2 males.
Store security observed one of the females remove alcohol from the shelf, place it into her personal bag and leave the store. Security confronted her outside the store and she fled on foot, only to be apprehended by a responding deputy. The other female and the two males were detained outside the store near their car.
The female detained outside the store was positively identified by store security as wanted in connection with the previous theft, which was confirmed by the store’s surveillance video. Ironically, she was in possession of the same personal bag/purse used in the previous theft.
The female suspect that fled and was later apprehended was identified as Marie Ann Cannon, age 39, from Antioch, CA. She was cited for theft.
The other female was identified as Barbara Jackson, age 47, from Antioch, CA. She was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and misuse of a disabled placard.
The investigation related to theft on October 5th will be submitted to the District Attorney’s Office for filing.
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The two males were released without pending charges.