Man caught with meth, paraphernalia as San Francisco police investigate parking complaints

Man caught with meth, paraphernalia as San Francisco police investigate parking complaints
Photos: South San Francisco PD
Originally published 3-31-21 via Facebook
by the South San Francisco Police Department:

“ARREST- FIREARM & NARCOTICS: On 3/30/21, South San Francisco Police Officers responded to Haskins Way near East Grand Avenue, on an on-going parking complaint involving motor-homes parked along the street.

An involved male subject [Eureka resident] stepped out of an RV to speak with officers about the parking issues, and during the conversation admitted to possessing methamphetamine.

An eventual search of his RV revealed he was also in possession of an unregistered loaded semi-automatic firearm in the storage pouch attached behind the front passenger seat.

The subject admitted to possessing the firearm for personal protection and was discovered to have prior felony convictions for narcotics distribution.

He was subsequently placed under arrest for various narcotics and firearm related offenses. Great investigative work in getting this firearm out of the wrong hands.”

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Man caught with meth, paraphernalia as San Francisco police investigate parking complaints was last modified: April 8th, 2021 by admin
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