Arrest for San Francisco driver who tried to evade cops

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — San Francisco police have arrested a reckless driver suspect in conjunction with a white Ford Mustang, the department said in a press release on Wednesday.

Officers attempted to arrest the driver of the Mustang after seeing the car doing donuts at the intersection of Eddy Street and Larkin Street around 12:30 p.m. March 17.

Instead, the suspect drove away from the officers at high speed and drove through multiple red lights, police said.

Police obtained the Mustang’s license plate and identified the driver as 25-year-old Sean Christopher Crozier, a resident of San Francisco.

Crozier was later arrested after officers found him on 8th Street on the following charges:

  • Recklessly dodging a police officer
  • Reckless Driving
  • Exhibition of speed
  • Multiple charges for disobeying posted sign, red light
  • driving too fast

Two days later, on March 19, the Mustang was parked in a parking lot on Market and 8th Streets.

According to the police, officers had to tow the car and set a mandatory waiting period of 30 days.

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