South San Francisco, CA August 17, 2019 Submitted by SSFPD
Early Saturday morning 22-year-old South San Francisco resident Jocelyn Rivera Penate and her 34- year-old boyfriend stopped their vehicle in the parking lot of 110 Hickey Boulevard in South San Francisco. At some point, the two began arguing and struggling over a firearm that was in the vehicle and her boyfriend was subsequently shot in the chest.
Rivera Penate drove a short distance to a friend’s home and then called 911 to report the incident. The male was transported to a local trauma center for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. The incident is still under investigation by the South San Francisco Police Department. Anyone who may have witnessed or may have any information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact Officer Meschi at 650-877-8900, refer to case numb er 19-4970
Rivera was arrested and booked at San Mateo County Main Jail Charges: 25850(c)(6) PC – Possession of a Loaded Firearm, 273.5 PC – Domestic Assault
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