San Francisco Police Arrest Wanted Suspect with Multiple Arrest Warrants 21-114

As part of their efforts to identify and arrest suspects wanted in connection with crime in San Francisco, SFPD investigators regularly circulate crime alert bulletins containing photos and identifying features of suspects. On June 7, 2021, a member of SFPD’s Southern Police Station authored a crime alert containing a photograph and identifying information about a known and wanted burglar.

On June 10, 2021, at approximately 6:04 p.m., two officers assigned to Southern Police Station were on patrol in the area of 6th and Clara Streets when they saw this suspect and recognized him from the email crime alert. The officers placed 39-year-old San Francisco resident Jamal Davis under arrest and later booked him at SF County Jail on the following warrants.

- Burglary, possession of burglary tools, possession of stolen property, Bail: $25,000, San Francisco Warrant.

- Burglary, possession of burglary tools, possession of stolen property, Bail: $25,000, San Francisco Warrant.

- Grand theft, Bail: No Bail, Enroute to: Alameda County.

- Resisting arrest, Bail: $500, San Francisco Warrant.

- Vandalism, Bail: $3,000, San Francisco Warrant.

- Burglary, grand theft, Bail: $25,000, San Francisco Warrant.

- Battery on a peace officer, burglary, possession of burglary tools, possession of stolen property, Bail: $25, 000, San Francisco Warrant.

- Burglary(2nd), grand theft, Bail: No Bail, San Francisco Warrant.

- Burglary (2nd), possession of burglary tools, possession of stolen property, Bail: $25,000, San Francisco Warrant.

- Burglary (2nd), possession of burglary tools, possession of stolen property, battery on a peace officer, Bail: No Bail, San Francisco Warrant.

- Resisting arrest, Bail: $5000, San Francisco Warrant.

-Burglary (2nd), possession of burglary tools, possession of stolen property, Bail: No Bail, San Francisco Warrant.

- Vandalism, Bail: $5,000, San Francisco Warrant.

SFPD officers are active in the communities they serve continuously building relationships with the people who live, work, and visit their areas of responsibility. By documenting and investigating crimes, identifying evidence, working closely with investigators, and sharing information, officers help to further develop leads, recognize, and identify suspects and make arrests.