Police investigate the scene of a crash involving alleged car break-in suspects in July, 2016. (Courtesy Bryan Carmody)

Police investigate the scene of a crash involving alleged car break-in suspects in July, 2016. (Courtesy Bryan Carmody)

Suspects crash in Outer Richmond after alleged attempted car break-in

San Francisco police arrested two men late Tuesday night after they crashed their car while allegedly fleeing the scene of a burglary.

The scene unfolded shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday when officers responded to a report of a car break-in near Ocean Beach, police spokesperson Officer Grace Gatpandan said. The suspects in the car fled north on Point Lobos Avenue in a gray sedan.

The suspects soon crashed at 43rd and Point Lobos avenues, near a Walgreens, and became trapped in their car, Gatpandan said.

An officer used his baton to break the window and help free the suspects, who were hospitalized.

The alleged driver, 24-year-old Marzett Parker Jr., remained hospitalized Wednesday and was arrested on suspicion of felony second-degree burglary, felony possession of stolen property and misdemeanor driving on a suspended license, among others.

The other suspect, 21-year-old Jabril tom, was released from the hospital and booked into jail on one count of felony burglary, felony conspiracy and felony possession of stolen property.


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