Car burglary crew arrested following break-ins in San Francisco’s North Beach
Police in San Francisco have arrested a car burglary crew following several incidents in North Beach last week.
But will anything happen to them? As a UPS driver doing a route by The Palace of Fine Arts I saw the same guys doing the same break ins in the same area for long periods of time. I quit taking pictures to show police because I guess it wasn't helpful.
With an illegal loaded gun. Lock em up for good. No sympathy here.
What a shock: the first guy was arrested in December for the exact same thing. The second guy was arrested in Feb and June for grand theft. Why should we assume anything will be different this time around?
Hopefully the DA and judge will keep this scum in custody long enough for the police to investigate their connections to prior similar cases, including the one involving the shooting.
Multiple felonies including multiple weapons offenses and all are back on the street. But, hey "criminal justice reform"! Odds on how many times they get arrested while still facing these charges, but out on the street?
Normal person: send them away for 10-15 years
Reality: released the next day, literally never go on trial for the accused crimes
GREAT JOB and even better news!
Now if they just prosecute them accordingly.
Boudin recall is on the ballot in June. Vote to recall the POS that continuously lets this happen.
So this is justice system reform? Let them out to go back and do it again? Possibly get bolder, knowing theres little to no consequences? Please help me to understand the reasoning here.
Vote to change your city, stop sitting on the sidelines.
Such a bummer that District Attorney Chesa Boudin won’t press charges. The break-ins will continue.
We should do a day of crime to protest the lack of enforcement. Lets all break the law and show how quickly the city stops working. This fake ass law enforcement is a joke - we deserve better
I am sure they will be held for a full six hours before being released on their own recognizances.
Kudos to the team that arrested them, but bad system that releases them so easily. Smh