A Sonoma man is being held in the Sonoma County Jail on $46,000 bail after being arrested on charges of burglary after he was found to be in possession of a bike that was taken out of a garage.
On Thursday, May 4, a deputy responded to a residence in the 600 block of Barrachi Way for a report of a bike that was taken from the garage at that residence. While he was taking the report, the deputy received another call about a fight at the CVS Pharmacy, 201 W. Napa St.
As the deputy arrived, he caught an individual involved in the fight who was riding away from the scene on the stolen bike that the deputy had just taken the report on. The bike had already been repainted.
Deputies arrested Angelo Fischetti, 25, of Eldridge, on charges of felony burglary and vandalism, in connection with the bike theft, and on charges of battery for the fight. Fischetti was transported to county jail where he still sits as of May 18.
In other incidents reported recently to Valley law enforcement:
Wednesday, May 3:
3:20 a.m. – Deputies were called to the Chevron Station in the 500 block of West Napa Street for a male who was apparently passed out in his vehicle. When a deputy knocked on the window of the running vehicle, he noticed that the car was in reverse and the man’s foot was on the brake. After waking the man, the deputy administered field sobriety tests, which the man performed poorly. A preliminary alcohol screening (PAS) registered a .15 and .16. A breath test at the police department revealed a .15 and .14.
The deputy arrested Joseph Ohman, 46, of Sonoma, on charges of driving under the influence and a probation violation for driving under the influence. Ohman was transported to jail.
Friday, May 5:
9:46 a.m. – A deputy made a vehicle stop for a probation search on Boyes Boulevard and Railroad Avenue. During a search of the vehicle, the deputy found 8.9 grams of a white powder that reportedly tested positive for methamphetamine and a pipe, commonly used to smoke methamphetamine. A 28-year-old Santa Rosa woman was cited for possession of a controlled substance, possession of paraphernalia and a probation violation while Chuck L. Bauer, 53, of Sonoma, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of paraphernalia and a felony probation violation. The woman was released, Bauer was transported to county jail.
Saturday, May 6:
12:15 a.m. – Deputies were sent to the Swiss Hotel on Spain Street for a report of an intoxicated woman who had fallen down in front of the business. Deputies were told the woman had only one drink at the bar. But the 64-year-old Sonoma resident started yelling and screaming. Her behavior would go from friendly to hostile. The woman couldn’t walk without assistance. During a search, deputies found some small white pills that turned out to be Oxycodone. Instead of being sent home in a taxi, the woman received a chauffeured ride to the county jail and was charged with public intoxication and possession of a narcotic controlled substance.
10:45 p.m. – While wandering around Sassarini elementary School, a deputy heard young voices from the area by some picnic tables. After identifying himself, the four kids bolted, although one did stop when the deputy told him to. The other three disappeared into the night. On the picnic table, the deputy found a 24-pack of Corona Beer with a couple of them open. The 14-year-old El Verano resident was cited for minor in possession and released to his parents.
Sunday, May 7:
12:10 a.m. – Deputies were called to the 800 block of Second Street West for an alcohol-fueled domestic disturbance. The victim told deputies that the suspect held her down and shoved his fingers into her mouth and locked her out of the house. But she didn’t want to press charges. Nonetheless, the deputies arrested David M. Bush, 43, of Sonoma, on charges of felony false imprisonment and felony domestic violence assault, and transported him to the county jail.
Monday, May 8:
10 a.m. – A 14-year-old girl reported that her 16-year-old ex-boyfriend had held her down, grabbed her buttocks while kissing her. The ex-boyfriend was charged with sexual battery and annoying a child under 18, and was transported to juvenile hall.
2:42 p.m. – A Sonoma resident reported that somebody opened an American Express account in his name, ran up more than $11,000 in charges and to add insult to injury, his bank, Wells Fargo, deducted that amount from his account.
3:11 p.m. – A resident in the 100 block of Boyes Boulevard said that an unknown female knocked on his door, went to the backyard where she grabbed a cordless flashlight and a tire iron before leaving. The woman was caught on the homeowner’s video and the responding deputy recognized the woman. The deputy went to the woman’s residence and found she was wearing the same clothes when she made her debut on the video. The 30-year-old woman was charged with petty theft, receiving stolen property and a probation violation and transported to jail.