Authorities in San Francisco have arrested an individual for the 13th time in just 18 months over a vehicle theft.
According to the San Francisco Police Department Tenderlion Station’s Twitter account, the individual is a prolific vehicle/motorcycle thief and was most recently spotted riding a classic bike. He was promptly stopped and apprehended.
Over the past 18 months, the man has been arrested on average once every 41 days.
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“On 12/1/2020, at approximately 11:52AM, Tenderloin Station officers conducted a traffic stop on an adult male riding a motorcycle,” the SFPD Media Relations Unit said in a statement. “Through the course of their investigation, the officers determined the motorcycle was reported stolen. Officers arrested 31-year-old Eric Sheridan,” and hit him with charges including vehicle theft, receiving stolen property, a license plate display violation, and possession of a controlled substance.
Details about the latest theft are unclear, but an image shared online shows that the latest vehicle stolen by Sheridan was a black Triumph. Despite being in trouble with the law for vehicle theft so often in such a small period of time, clearly the man hasn’t learned his lesson…
Yesterday we booked a prolific vehicle/motorcycle thief after TL cops spotted him on this motorcycle near Hyde/GG. The MC was reported stolen earlier in the @SFPDCentral District. This is the suspects 13th arrest in our City for MV theft in just 18 months. SFPD case 200723785. pic.twitter.com/rWMIGg6C8c
— SFPD Tenderloin (@SFPDTenderloin) December 2, 2020