SFPD Arrests Fencing Suspects 23-128

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On October 7, 2023, San Francisco Police Officers assigned to the Burglary Unit and Mission Station, in a coordinated effort with our retail loss prevention partners, conducted an undercover operation to investigate and recover suspected stolen items from a known fence location on the 1800 block of Mission Street.  

Retail Loss Prevention Officers and SFPD officers identified two illegal street vending booths that had suspected stolen merchandise displayed for sale. The branded merchandise located at these booths was displayed with branded retail store tags, security tags, and/or other identifiable antitheft devices affixed to the clothing.  Through the course of their investigation, Officers were able to determine that items displayed for sale had been stolen from numerous Bay Area retail locations. Altogether, officers recovered approximately $17,880 worth of stolen retail merchandise and arrested three people who were in possession of these items. 

Officers arrested the following people in relation to this investigation:  

Deysi Ramirez, 59 years old, from San Francisco was booked for 496(a) PC (Possession of Stolen Property), and 182 PC (Conspiracy).  

Veronica Lumbreras Villanueva, 40 years old, from Daly City, was booked for 496(a) PC (Possession of Stolen Property), and 182 PC (Conspiracy).  

Marvin Dick Godoy Calderon, 43 years old, from San Francisco was cited and released for 496(a) PC (Possession of Stolen Property). 

The San Francisco Police Department's mission is to protect life and property and work closely with the community by forming partnerships to prevent crime, reduce the fear of crime, apprehend those who commit crimes, and provide a safe environment. We are working closely with community stakeholders and community members, as well as federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies that are experiencing similar incidents. 

We understand that there is a level of organization to these crimes. As a department, we are constantly evaluating crime trends and different ways to combat those trends throughout the city. This includes the redeployment of resources and increased patrols and foot beats in crime hot spots. Ways we combat organized crime is through prevention and disruption. 

SFPD Case# 230720529/ 230720557 

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