South San Francisco Police Weekly Crime Reports

South San Francisco – June 10th, 2022 

From the South San Francisco Police Department Facebook Page

June 10, 2022

FIREARM RECOVERED / ARREST MADE – Last night members of our Neighborhood Response Team conducted a traffic enforcement stop on a vehicle and contacted the driver, a 19 year old male from Daly City. A search of the vehicle revealed a loaded Glock 27 and approximately 72 grams of marijuana. The firearm was found to be unregistered, and the male admitted to illegally purchasing the firearm and carrying it for protection. The male was placed under arrest for various firearm related charges and was transported to the San Mateo County jail.
Great job Officer McGuire and team on taking another illegal firearm off the streets!

June 9th, 2022

DRUG SALES ARREST – Last night our officers responded to the 3800 block of Carter Drive on the report of a male armed with a firearm who kicked in the front door of an apartment. They quickly established a perimeter and contacted three people inside the apartment; one adult male and two adult females.
While there was no merit to a home invasion robbery, our officers located a loaded handgun magazine, evidence of narcotics for sale, and evidence of Human Trafficking. The apartment was then frozen while Detectives authored a search warrant for the residence.
Ultimately, Our personnel recovered approximately two ounces of methamphetamine, seized approximately $3,000 in drug proceeds, and several suppressors for rifles. The two females Li were released and offered victim services; however, they declined any assistance and being victims of Human Trafficking. The male was subsequently arrest for possession of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute and was booked into the San Mateo County jail.
Excellent collaborative effort between our Patrol and Detective Units!

June 6th, 2022

SIDESHOW ACTIVITY / FIREARM ARREST – Early Saturday morning, our officers discovered a large sideshow in the intersection of East Grand Avenue and Gateway Boulevard. The sideshow consisted of approximately 200 spectators and approximately 150 vehicles. Arriving officers had large fireworks thrown/shot at their vehicles and high-powered lasers were directed at their eyes. Additional assistance was requested from surrounding law enforcement agencies and the area was cleared in approximately 30 minutes.
A 27 year old male from El Sobrante was contacted on the 100 block of Gateway Boulevard as the sideshow was breaking up. He was found to be in possession of a loaded and unregistered Glock 19 handgun. A records check revealed the male was a convicted felon and prohibited from possessing a firearm. The male was arrested for several firearm related charges and transported to the San Mateo County jail.
Chief Scott Campbell commended everyone involved in “dispersing a large and highly volatile side show gathering” and added he was pleased “another illegal firearm was safely removed from a dangerous individual.”
Great work by our night crew!

June 5th, 2022

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY ARREST – Early this morning while our officers were handling another call for service, they observed two males drive a vehicle into the fenced in parking lot of a closed building. Officers then observed the subjects drive their vehicle into the building via a large roll-up door and secure the door behind them. The responsible for the building was contacted and they advised no one had permission to be in the building and added they had been the victim of a burglary three days earlier.
Our officers quickly surrounded the building and made entry with the assistance of K-9 Ace. K-9 announcements were given and both subjects ultimately surrendered without incident.
The investigation revealed the subjects were responsible for the burglary at this location three days prior and had returned to steal more items. Both of the males were arrested for Commercial Burglary and Conspiracy and were transported to the San Mateo County Jail.
Way to be alert Graveyard! Keep working hard out there! Thank you for the assist on this one K-9 Ace!



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