SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department have arrested three suspects in connection to a series of robberies that occurred on June 15, according to a press release from the SFPD. On June 15, officers responded to several calls of robbery involving suspects with handguns.
The four robberies occurred within a two-hour time span and had similar vehicle and suspect descriptions. The robberies occurred at Clay and Walnut Streets in the Richmond District, Masonic and Grove Streets in the Park District, and Judah and 10th Avenue and Judah and 17th Avenue in the Taraval District.
The three suspects were taken into custody based on evidence and witness statements obtained during the investigation. The three suspects taken into custody were Alfredo Meza, 18, David Gonzalez, 22, and Jose Garcia, 20.
David Gonzalez, 22. Photo courtesy of the SFPD.
Jose Garcia, 20. Photo courtesy of the SFPD.
Meza is a Hispanic male from Stockton and was booked on the charges of felony robbery, felony attempted robbery, and felony conspiracy. Gonzalez is a Hispanic male from Livermore and was booked on the charges of felony robbery, felony attempted robbery, and felony conspiracy. Garcia is a Hispanic male from Oakland and was booked on the charges of felony robbery, felony attempted robbery, and felony conspiracy.
Even though suspects have been taken into custody the SFPD is asking anyone with information involving the robberies to contact the SFPD Anonymous Tip Line at (415) 575-4444 or Text A Tip to TIP411 with “SFPD” at the beginning of the message.
Serial Robbery Suspects Arrested was originally published on San Francisco News