(BCN) — 5 folks have been charged for allegedly burglarizing a Walgreens pharmacy in San Francisco, prosecutors mentioned Monday.
Shalia Brown, 24, Joshua Davis, 34, Thomas Henry, 20, Ian Spencer, 54, and Khali Arsenauspencer, 18, pleaded not responsible to second-degree business housebreaking, tried grand theft, tried organized retail theft and conspiracy on Friday, the San Francisco District Legal professional’s Workplace mentioned in a press release.
Round 6:30 p.m. final Wednesday, officers noticed a bunch of roughly eight folks rush right into a Walgreens retailer within the 900 block of Geneva Avenue, sporting masks and carrying baggage whereas pulling a wagon-styled cart, San Francisco police mentioned.
In response to police, these people started shortly filling their baggage and the wagon with retailer merchandise. Officers approached the suspects who all fled from the shop on foot, leading to a pursuit.
Officers have been in a position to detain six of the folks within the group, together with a 16-year-old boy, in accordance with police. Henry allegedly dedicated these crimes whereas on bail and out of custody on his recognizance, prosecutors mentioned.
All 5 people charged in connection to the alleged housebreaking will attend their preliminary listening to on Oct. 26, in accordance with prosecutors.
“The District Legal professional’s Workplace moved to detain every of them pending trial due to the general public security threat they pose. The court docket didn’t set bail for Mr. Henry who will stay in custody right now. The court docket launched all the different defendants on their very own recognizance with digital monitoring. They’re additionally every topic to a keep away order from the Walgreens retailer on the 900 block of Geneva Avenue,” prosecutors mentioned.
If convicted, 4 of the charged people resist 5 years in state jail, whereas Henry faces seven years imprisonment, in accordance with the District Legal professional’s Workplace.
The investigation into the suspects is ongoing. Those that have related data are urged to name the San Francisco Police Division tip line at (415) 575-4444 or textual content a tip to TIP411 and start the textual content message with “SFPD”.
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