South San Francisco Weekly Crime Report

South San Francisco, CA – July 6, 2023 – from the SSFPD Facebook Page Logo of South San Francisco Police

July 1, 2023

STOLEN VEHICLE ARREST: Officers received a notification of a stolen vehicle in our city. Officers located the vehicle in the area of Airport Boulevard and Sister Cities Boulevard. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle, however, it fled at a high rate of speed.
Shortly after, with the assistance of outside agencies, the vehicle was located in a parking lot in Pacifica. As Officers were arriving on the scene, the suspect, 14-year-old juvenile, fled from the vehicle and began jumping fences in the neighborhood.
Huge thanks to the San Bruno Police Department for deploying their drone. We were then able to locate the suspect hiding in a backyard and he was safely taken into custody!! Great teamwork!! We appreciate all your hard work!!


June 30, 2023

FIREARM & DRUG ARREST – Yesterday afternoon, our Flock cameras alerted our officers to a vehicle with stolen license plates. Within minutes, we located the vehicle in the parking lot of a hotel on the 300 block of South Airport Boulevard. A 36-year-old female from Santa Rosa and a 39-year-old male from Oakland were contacted. The male subject was found to be in possession of suspected methamphetamine and an outstanding felony warrant. During a search of the vehicle, the female suddenly reached for a firearm, which was inside the passenger compartment; however, officers were able to take her into custody before she was able to grab it. The firearm was determined to be stolen in a vehicle burglary in San Francisco two days prior. The male was arrested for the outstanding warrant as well as the on-view drug charges and the female was arrested for possession of stolen property and numerous firearm-related crimes.
Chief Scott Campbell commented on the incident by stating, “Our officers did an excellent job. Their proactivity, awareness, and officer safety tactics should be applauded. Undoubtedly, these individuals were in South San Francisco to victimize our community and their handling of this volatile situation was outstanding.”

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