More Arrests Made In Connection With Sheldon February 10th Arrests

Sheldon, Iowa — Two more people have been arrested in connection with the arrests made on February 10th in Sheldon.

Sheldon Police say around 1:00 AM on Saturday, February 10, 2024, the HEAT team was able to take four individuals into custody. Sheldon Officers executed two search warrants at the home. Officers say the search allegedly revealed evidence from several thefts in Sheldon that were under investigation. They say drugs and several items of drug paraphernalia were recovered from the home.

At that time, officers arrested 37-year-old Pricilla Rosemarie Gonzalez of Sheldon on charges of theft 2nd degree, theft 3rd degree, theft 4th degree, theft 5th degree, operating a vehicle without owners’ consent, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia. The second-degree theft charge is a class D felony. The other charges are all misdemeanors.

They also arrested 44-year-old Gabriel Anthony Triviso of Sheldon, who had several outstanding warrants, including an O’Brien County warrant for theft 3rd degree. Triviso was charged with theft 3rd degree, theft 5th degree, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia, which are all misdemeanor offenses.

We now know the identities of the other two people that were arrested. They are 19-year-old Isaiah Joseph Anthony Ochoa and 18-year-old Azusamarie Erlinda Perez-Triviso.

According to a criminal complaint filed with the O’Brien County Clerk of Court’s Office by the Sheldon Police Department, Gonzalez is accused of taking the cash tray from the front desk of the Holiday Express in Sheldon. It had $350 in cash and the tray is worth about $20. The officer says there is video of the incident. She’s also accused of taking a Polaris ATV. The registration of the vehicle was allegedly located at Gonzalez’s residence during the execution of a search warrant.

The older Triviso (Gabriel) is accused of distracting a clerk at Mastbergen Jewelry in Sheldon while a co-conspirator took a $900 necklace and chain.

Ochoa and the younger Triviso (Azusamarie) are each accused of the possession of stolen property — a Playstation 5 gaming console, an X-Box console, and accessories, totaling about $1300. They are also accused of the possession of marijuana.

Except for Gonzalez’s second-degree theft charge filed in connection with the alleged theft of the ATV, all of the other charges filed on the defendants are misdemeanor-level charges.


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