SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department has nabbed two suspects who stole a San Francisco Giants Hunter Pence autographed scooter. The incident occurred on Sunday, April 3 at The Make A Wish Foundation Office in SF. Several items were taken during the burglary including the autographed scooter that was recently sold at an auction.
According to a press release from the SFPD, surveillance video captured the suspects who committed the crime and members of the Southern Station Investigators Team (SIT) were able to identify the suspects.
Judd Janke, 37, a Caucasian male was booked at the San Francisco County Jail for three felony charges of burglary, conspiracy and false impersonation and two misdemeanor charges of possession of narcotics and burglary tools. Nicholas Tiller, 26, a Caucasian male of San Francisco was booked at the SF County Jail for two felony narcotic related charges, felony burglary and multiple misdemeanor charges including possession of stolen property, and a probation violation.
The suspects are connected to a series of other burglaries in the region. Both Janke and Tiller were taken into custody on Monday, April 4 at 6:30 p.m. on the 400 block of Market Street. Police are still searching for a third suspect involved in the burglary. Search warrants were served by Southern Station Investigators in the region of 4th Street where the scooter was retrieved.
Authorities are still investigating the case. Anyone with information on this crime or involvement of the suspects in other crimes is asked to contact Sergeant Anderson of the Southern Station Investigation Team at (415) 575-6043.