A man accused of assaulting the manager of a Salvation Army store in South San Francisco after he was caught shoplifting last summer is facing a four-year prison sentence after reaching a plea deal with prosecutors Monday.
Career criminal Mark McCawley, 43, pleaded no contest to felony possession of stolen property, prosecutors said, along with an enhancement for having a prior felony conviction. Read More
Thieves allegedly beat and choked the manager of a Salvation Army store in South San Francisco on Wednesday after he caught them shoplifting.
One suspect, identified Thursday as 43-year-old Mark McCawley, was arrested and booked on multiple charges in connection with the afternoon melee at the store at 1170 Mission Road.
About 1 p.m., police said, McCawley entered the store with his girlfriend, Bryce O’Rourke, and another woman. Read More