South San Francisco Weekly Crime Report

South San Francisco, CA – December 29th, 2022

December 29th, 2022

On Tuesday (12-27-22), one of our Officers located an occupied stolen vehicle at the intersection of Radburn Drive and King Drive. As the Officer attempted to stop the vehicle, the driver, 15 year old San Francisco resident, intentionally rammed into a police vehicle and fled. Officers initially pursued the vehicle but terminated due to the suspect’s reckless driving. There were no injuries to the Officer.
About two hours later, the suspect was located on South Airport Boulevard. Officers pursued the stolen vehicle a second time as it fled. Officers terminated the pursuit when the suspect intentionally began driving the wrong way on city streets. After the pursuit was terminated, the suspect continued to drive recklessly and caused a collision with multiple vehicles within the San Francisco International Airport’s jurisdiction. Two occupants of the vehicles that were struck during the collision were transported to a local hospital for minor injuries. The suspect attempted to flee from the collision on foot and was apprehended a short distance away. The suspect was placed under arrested and transported to Hillcrest Juvenile Hall.
Great job to our Officers for apprehending this suspect!!
December 26th, 2022
CATALYTIC CONVERTER ARREST – On December 23, 2022, our weekend dayshift officers (DAY B) officers investigated a catalytic converter theft that occurred on the 300 block of Shaw Road. Surveillance footage was obtained and officers were able to identify a possible suspect and vehicle.  On Saturday (12-24-22), officers received an alert from one of our Automated License Plate Recognition cameras and located the vehicle on the 100 block of Baden Avenue.  The 43 year old suspect out of Oakland provided a false name to officers, had multiple outstanding warrants for his arrest, and was found to be in possession of a cut catalytic converter, Sawzall, and jacks. The 43 year old passenger of the vehicle, also out of Oakland, was also found to have an outstanding warrant and provided multiple false names to officers.  Both subjects were placed under arrest and booked into the San Mateo County Jail. Nice work DAY B… we see you working!
December 25th, 2022
STOLEN VEHICLE ARREST – Last night our officers received a stolen vehicle alert from one of our Automated License Plate Recognition cameras for a stolen Toyota Prius. Our officers quickly located the vehicle and the driver, a 50 year old male from San Francisco, was safely taken into custody. Nice work by our weekend evening shifts.


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