36-year-old Yolanda Pola Ortmayer of Paradise was in Butte County Superior Court, last week, for a felony complaint alleging four separate residential burglaries in Chico.
The alleged burglaries took place between October 1st and 2nd.
After the first robbery authorities say the homeowners returned from work to their Citrus Avenue home to discover the screen had been removed from a window and a medical wrist band had been left behind reportedly bearing the name of Ortmayer.
The next call came from a woman who woke up at her residence on East Lassen Avenue to find the refrigerator open with an empty bottle of wine and her tablet device was missing. Police say later, a woman matching Ortmayer's description allegedly came to the victim's door and offered to return the tablet for a $20 "reword". The woman paid the money and then called the police.
During the forth burglary, Ortmayer was allegedly seen by a neighbor in a garage placing items in her back. The neighbor alerted the residents who were home at the time and she fled the area. She was found and detained a few blocks away. According to Butte County District Attorney's press release, the items from three of the burglaries were found in Ortmayer's backback and a cell phone from another alleged burglary was also found in Ortmayer's bra.