MARIPOSA – On Saturday, May 30, a Mariposa County resident reported to the Sheriff’s Office that several items had been taken from their property.
The resident indicated to responding deputies they had hired a house sitter to stay in their home while on vacation for 15 days.
Reviewing the security surveillance footage, investigating deputies were able to identify Christopher Robesky, 44, and Sunday Robesky, 49, both of Oakhurst, removing items from the home. This was the husband and wife team the resident had hired to house sit.
While reviewing the footage, the deputies and the homeowners were able to clearly see the Robesky’s loading items, small and large, into their vehicles. The footage also shows Sunday covering and uncovering the video cameras on several occasions.
On June 1, the Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office, along with officers from the Madera County Sheriff’s Office, served a warrant on Sunday and Christopher Robesky at a residence in Oakhurst. The couple was taken into custody without incident.
Sunday was booked into the Mariposa County Jail on charges of PC459 Burglary, PC487 Grand Theft, and PC182(A)(1) Conspiracy. She is currently being held on $50,000 bail.
Christopher was booked into the Mariposa County Jail on charges of PC459 Burglary, PC487 Grand Theft, PC182(A)(1) Conspiracy, and PC242 Assault and Battery.
At arraignment the judge increased his bail amount, and he is currently being held on $150,000 bail.