Court hearing today for Valley Center woman accused in Ramona burglaries

Wednesday, Jan. 8—A preliminary hearing was scheduled for today for a Valley Center woman accused of committing 21 burglaries across North County, including in Ramona.

Gabriela Vergara, 35, is charged with possession of stolen goods and other crimes. According to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, the goods came from numerous home and vehicle break-ins in Ramona, Poway, San Marcos, Escondido, Fallbrook, Vista, Encinitas and Orange County.

A judge will decide at the end of the preliminary hearing whether there’s enough evidence to order Vergara to stand trial.

Vergara was arrested at her home on Vesper Road on Oct. 30. Authorities said the stolen goods were recovered from her home.

—City News Service

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1 Comment for “Court hearing today for Valley Center woman accused in Ramona burglaries”

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    Throw the book at this low life who thinks she has the "right" to steal from others! Sickening!

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