Two arrested in crime spree in Peninsula, San Francisco

Two people were arrested in an early-morning raid Thursday after being implicated in a string of crimes spanning the Peninsula and San Francisco, authorities said.

San Bruno police, along with the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, North County Regional SWAT, and San Francisco police served a search warrant at a home in the 1900 block of Monterey Drive.

The operation resulted in the arrests of Charisse Guerra, 35, and Miguel Sanchez, 32, who have been linked allegations of auto burglary, identity theft, vehicle theft and assault.

Police said the search warrant was the culmination of an “extensive” investigation into a string of crimes over the past several weeks in San Bruno, Millbrae and San Francisco. Officers reportedly recovered stolen property and “other evidence associated with the ongoing investigations.”

Guerra was booked into the Maple Street Correctional Center in San Mateo County on suspicion of burglary, unauthorized use of personal information, grand theft, and committing identity theft with a prior conviction. She is being held on $300,000 bail.

Sanchez was booked into the San Francisco County jail because his alleged crimes occurred in that jurisdiction, but arrest records were not available for him.

Additional details about the alleged crimes against the pair were not released by police.


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