A 27-year-old Richmond woman suspected of stealing $35,000 from a home she rented in San Francisco through the online lodging website Airbnb this spring was picked up by authorities in Sonoma County last month for narcotics-related violations, a police spokeswoman said Wednesday.
The victim said 27-year-old Jana Dominquez forced entry into a locked closet and office, and made off with over $35,000 in valuable merchandise
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