A Fowler High School graduate has her class ring back two years after her Fresno home was burglarized, the Madera County Sheriff's Office said in a news release Friday.
Detective Adam McEwen returned the ring to the woman a few days after it was seized during an arrest in Madera.
On Monday, 22-year-old Regla Maria Salomon, of Madera, was arrested on a $10-thousand felony warrant, and was wearing the stolen ring when taken into custody, the sheriff's office said.
Salomon reportedly told officers someone gave it to her.
Deputies seized the ring and placed it into evidence. McEwen was assigned to find the rightful owner of the 2007 class ring that bore a soccer crest and a woman's first name.
Investigators say there were two possible victims -- both having the same first name and both soccer players at Fowler High.
The first woman was located in Kingsburg, but the ring wasn't hers.
Detective McEwen went searching for the second possible victim -- leading him to a home in Fresno.
He called and left a message. Ten minutes later, the woman called back and described her class ring in perfect detail.
She reported it stolen April 4, 2010 after her home was burglarized.
On Thursday, Detective McEwen drove to her house to personally deliver it.
The sheriff's office said it's still not known how the stolen ring made its way to Madera.