Woman reportedly asleep behind wheel of rental car arrested at SFO

A woman reportedly asleep behind the wheel of a rental car was arrested at San Francisco International Airport last week, police said Monday.

Jessica Danielle Fawn Adams, 28, of San Leandro, was arrested at the rental car facility Jan. 2 about 6:15 a.m. after witnesses reported to police she was asleep in the car.

When officers arrived, they found that Adams was reportedly in possession of identification in another person's name and burglary tools, police said. Adams was also found to be on parole for a 2010 conviction in Oakland. She was booked into San Mateo County Jail on charges of identity theft, possession of burglary tools and parole violation.

The case was handled by both the San Francisco Police Department's International Airport bureau and the San Mateo County Sherriff's Office.

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