Man Arrested In San Francisco For 13th Vehicle Theft In The Past 18 Months!




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…





Updated: December 8, 2020 — 12:09 am

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