The following is a Community Message released this afternoon by the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office, Santa Rosa.
On December 25, 2012 at approximately 3:30 pm. Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to the 3800 block of Porter Creek Road, Santa Rosa regarding a residential burglary.
While responding to the scene a deputy saw two vehicles matching the description of the suspect vehicles traveling on Mark West Springs Road approaching Highway 101. The deputy followed the vehicles waiting for assistance before attempting to stop the cars. The suspect vehicles separated and went in different directions in the area of Highway 101 and Hopper Avenue.
Upon arrival of another deputy they attempted to make a traffic stop on one of the suspect vehicles. The suspect fled and a short vehicle pursuit ensued. After approximately two miles the suspect vehicle crashed, disabling the vehicle at Kingwood St and Dutton Avenue in Santa Rosa.
Two suspects were taken into custody. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Sara Uribe, 24 years old from Healdsburg. The passenger was identified as Naustachia Green, 28 years old from Forestville. A search of the vehicle revealed several items stolen from the burglary. Both suspects were taken into custody.
Deputies continued their investigation and found information on the second vehicle involved. They went to an address on William Circle in Cloverdale and found the second suspect vehicle in the driveway.
They subsequently contacted two additional suspects who were identified as Marina Venza, 21 years old and Holly Bishop, 23 years old, both are transient. A search of their vehicle and the residence revealed other items stolen from the burglary.
The four suspects were booked into the Sonoma County Jail for Burglary, Possession of Stolen Property, resisting arrest, violation of probation and several vehicle code violations for the vehicle pursuit.