3 Men Arrested at Taqueria for Vehicle Burglary at Golden Gate Bridge

3 Men Arrested at Taqueria for Vehicle Burglary at Golden Gate Bridge
Photo: Tacqueria scene of arrests

SAN RAFAEL — Three men stopped at a taqueria, but instead of eating lunch they ended up in jail. Authorities arrested them not long after a credit card was stolen from a vehicle burglarized at the Golden Gate Bridge.

Before the law ruined their lunch, they allegedly burglarized a car at Vista Point on the Golden Gate Bridge. Following the burglary, they fled north to Marin County, but were arrested after they turned around and drove back to San Francisco.

While the victim was reporting the vehicle burglary at the bridge, their stolen credit card was already being used. The California Highway Patrol notified San Rafael police to be on the lookout for the suspects.

Someone tried using the stolen card at a Best Buy store in San Rafael. It didn’t take long for the police to locate the suspects. Officers attempted to intercept the men and chased them southbound on the freeway towards the bridge.

San Rafael officers abandoned this high-speed chase on the bridge in the interest of public safety. Overhead, a CHP helicopter continued following the suspects, as they drove into San Francisco.

Eventually, the suspects found parking and stopped for lunch on Irving Street. San Francisco police converged on the three suspects, who attempted to hide inside a restroom.

Cornered inside, the three men were arrested on multiple charges, including burglary and conspiracy:
Keison Lee, 30 of San Francisco
• Tahj Reagan, 24 of San Francisco
• Pierre Vines, 24 of Vallejo

They all traveled back over the bridge again—but this time their destination was the Marin County Jail.

3 Men Arrested at Taqueria for Vehicle Burglary at Golden Gate Bridge was last modified: January 28th, 2019 by admin
Categories: Marin

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