South San Francisco Police Department Weekly Crime Report

South San Francisco, CA – September 23, 2022 – From the South San Francisco Police Department Facebook Page

September 23rd, 2022

FIREARM ARREST – Early yesterday morning, an Officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle for several vehicle code violations on Grand Avenue at Airport Boulevard. While the Officer was speaking with the driver, 23 year old Dos Palos resident, the Officer noticed a firearm holster on the center console of the vehicle. A search of the driver revealed he was carrying a loaded Glock handgun in a satchel that he was wearing. The driver was placed under arrest and another firearm was removed from the street.
Thank you to all of our Patrol Officers for your proactive work to make this community safer.
September 20th, 2022
DRUG SALES / ID THEFT ARREST – Last night three subjects from San Francisco were contacted at a local hotel on South Airport Boulevard during a probation search. A search of the room yielded a significant amount of suspected methamphetamine and cash, various credit/debit cards in the names of other people, and drug paraphernalia. All three subjects were subsequently arrested for drug and fraud related offenses.
September 17th, 2022
GHOST GUN ARREST – Last night Officers assigned to our Neighborhood Response Team initiated a traffic stop on two juveniles from San Francisco near the intersection of Airport Boulevard and Oyster Point Boulevard. They noticed what appeared to be a short barrel assault rifle on the rear passenger floorboard. Officers safely detained the juveniles and conducted a search of the vehicle which yielded a fully loaded, unserialized 9mm handgun under the front passenger seat. One of the juveniles was subsequently arrested for firearm related charges.
The short barrel rifle appeared real; however, further investigation revealed it was an airsoft gun. Officers could not tell the difference until allowed the opportunity to manipulate the firearm in a controlled environment.
Great self-initiated police work resulting in the safe recovery of firearms and keeping our community safe!


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