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Police said that David Romesburg, 37, and his mother, Fay Romesburg, 59, were running the prostitution ring out of a Rohnert Park apartment, a Santa Rosa home and their soon-to-open Rohnert Park business called Black Cat Industries — listed as a gaming and karaoke studio. The investigation began when the manager of a Rohnert Park apartment complex in the block of Snyder Lane became suspicious of what seemed to be a constant cycle of men entering and exiting an apartment rented by David Romesburg, police said.
After being alerted to the activity, Rohnert Park officers found similar complaints had been made to the Santa Rosa Police Department about a home where the Romesburgs lived on Alvarado Avenue near Doyle Community Park. Meanwhile, search warrants were served at the Santa Rosa home and at the Rohnert Park business, where it appeared private rooms were being constructed, the release said.
At the Santa Rosa home, officers spoke with women who said David Romesburg would post ads and then send the women to meet the clients. After the encounters, they were forced to give some of the money collected back to the Romesburgs, police said. The Romesburgs were arrested and taken to Sonoma County Jail Friday on suspicion of pimping and pandering and human trafficking.