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Friday, November 14, 2014

Cops Arrest Teen Accused of Trashing Police Cars During World Series Celebration

Posted By on Fri, Nov 14, 2014 at 4:02 PM

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Police have finally tracked down the teen who they believe is responsible for wreaking havoc through San Francisco, including damaging 12 police cars the night the Giants won the World Series.

Today, 19-year-old Ryan Douglas London , a San Francisco resident, was hauled to jail after finding evidence that he was involved in "numerous acts of malicious mischief" resulting in excess of $10,000 worth of damage to police cars the night of the World Series. London was charged with one count of felony vandalism.

Investigators from the Special Investigations Division combed through video evidence over a two-week period which led to identifying London. In addition, police found evidence on London at the time of his arrest that bolstered their case against him, says Sgt. Monica MacDonald.

In total, 40 people were arrested that night — most of whom were charged with public drunkenness. 

Anyone with information regarding these vandalism incidents if occurred to contact Sgt. Tony Damato of the Special Investigations Division at (415) 553-1449 or the Anonymous Tip Line at (415) 575-4444.


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