SAN MATEO — A opposite kind of panty raid unfolded Tuesday during a Victoria’s Secret during Hillsdale Shopping Center — one that concerned a jolt gun and finished in 4 arrests.
At about 3:10 p.m., military perceived calls from people stating that a reward slip store had only been robbed, pronounced Sgt. Amanda Von Glahn of a San Mateo Police Department.
One of a 4 suspects was armed with a jolt gun and forked it during a clerk, Von Glahn said.
The suspects done off with $3,000 value of merchandise, though officers fast located their getaway car interjection to descriptions supposing by witnesses, Von Glahn said.
The motorist refused to lift over and sped divided southbound on Highway 101, Von Glahn said.
San Mateo officers gave follow and were assimilated by officers from a California Highway Patrol, a San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office and a Redwood City Police Department.
The office finished during a intersection of Willow and Middlefield roads in Redwood City when a suspects collided with another vehicle, causing teenager damage, Von Glahn said. No injuries were reported.
Officers arrested 20-year-old Berkeley proprietor Garnel Mays, 18-year-old Oakland proprietor Diamond Dansby and 18-year-old Union City proprietor Antonique Watkins. A 15-year-old Oakland lady also was arrested, though military did not recover her name since she is a minor.
Mays was requisitioned on charges of escaped police, child abuse, swindling and pushing but a license; Dansby on charges of child abuse, grand burglary and conspiracy; and Watkins on charges of robbery, child abuse, brandishing and wrong liberate of a jolt gun.
The 15-year-old was requisitioned into youthful gymnasium on charges of spoliation and grand theft.
All of a allegedly stolen sell was recovered.
Von Glahn pronounced there has been an uptick in grab-and-run thefts from sell stores like Victoria’s Secret. However, Tuesday’s part was surprising since it concerned a jolt gun.
“It’s not a arms we see really often,” she said.