However, the police would not release the name of the victims even though it's widely accepted that they were Trebek and his wife nor the name of the hotel. All they would say is that the hotel is located in the first block of Fourth Street. Indeed the Bay Citizen has already sussed out that it was the San Francisco Marriott Marquis. Here is what a hotel spokesperson told the local paper:
Leslie Duncan, director of sales and marketing, said Moyers had not been a guest at the hotel. She declined to provide other details about the incident, including how Moyers was able to walk through the hotel and enter Trebek's room.
"Since it's an ongoing investigation, I can't comment right now," she said. "The hotel is open 24 hours, seven days a week, so we have a full, round-the-clock security team here at the hotel. Our security team responded and apprehended her and I am very proud that happened so quickly."
Word is the suspect had no idea that it was Trebek's room she was breaking into. Still, maybe next time Trebek will give the Hotel Palomar San Francisco a smaller Kimpton property on the same block with modern and likeable design, fun amenities and free WiFi a try next time.