Two women killed by stolen car being driven by parolee in San Francisco

by SpeedLux
San Francisco Police Department car

A stolen car struck and fatally struck two women in the South of Market neighborhood on Thursday, and the driver, a paroled robber, was arrested after he attempted to flee, police said.

The car, which had been reported stolen at around 4 p.m., hit a car and then two women, one of whom died at the scene, police said.

The other woman died at a hospital.

One woman was said to be about 70 years old and the other was in her 20s or 30s, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

The suspect, a 45-year-old San Francisco resident, left the vehicle after the accident and fled into a nearby commercial building where he was arrested under some minutes, police said.

His name wasn’t immediately revealed to the public.

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Chuck January 2, 2021 - 8:25 am

Thats one selfish dude to run even if the car was stolen. Sometimes you just have to face the music.

Michael J Spain January 3, 2021 - 4:27 am

“selfish dude” you are acting like he is some normal person, like one of your neighbors. being on parole means you are out of state prison….not local jail, where a person who does a lesser crime can do up to one year in county. no, this dude did something major and got prison time and then convinced a parole board he was going to be a good boy. now two people are dead.


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