Two gentlemen arrested in quite a few car burglaries around Fisherman’s Wharf

San Francisco police arrested two adult males on suspicion of breaking into quite a few vehicles close to Fisherman’s Wharf, officials stated Tuesday.

Officers arrested Zaion Stone, 23, of Antioch and Jaron Jones, 21, of Elk Grove Thursday following subsequent their automobile from the intersection of Beach and Hyde streets in San Francisco to MacArthur Boulevard in Oakland. The two males had been in a silver sedan that law enforcement said was a “suspect auto wished in connection with a number of vehicle burglaries” in close proximity to the Wharf, San Francisco law enforcement explained in a statement.

The officers, who ended up plainclothed, followed the suspect auto, a silver sedan, by the streets of San Francisco, across the Bay Bridge and by way of Oakland streets till it stopped in the 800 block of West MacArthur Boulevard, officials said.

Stone and Jones got out of the automobile, and when officers recognized them selves, they attempted to run, law enforcement reported. After a quick chase, Stone and Jones have been arrested. Within the auto, police found evidence “connecting them with four car or truck burglaries that were documented that working day,” law enforcement mentioned.

Stone and Jones had been booked into San Francisco County Jail on charges of next-diploma theft, obtaining stolen house, possession of burglary tools, conspiracy and motor vehicle registration fraud. Stone was also charged with probation violation, officials claimed.

Andy Picon is a San Francisco Chronicle staff members writer. E-mail: [email protected] Twitter: @andpicon

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