SFPD Makes Arrest in 19th Street and Dolores Street Carjacking 23-090

On July 22, 2023, at approximately 7:19 p.m. San Francisco Police officers assigned to Mission Station responded to the area of 19th and Sanchez Streets on a report of a solo vehicle collision.    

At the scene, officers observed a vehicle that had rolled over and was resting on its hood.  Witnesses told officers that all occupants had exited the vehicle and fled from the scene.  Officers were unable to locate the occupants of the vehicle.     

While on scene, officers were approached by a victim who identified himself as the owner of the vehicle involved in the collision. The victim stated that he was sitting in his vehicle near 19th Street and Dolores Street when he was approached by unknown suspects who carjacked his vehicle. The victim reported non-life-threatening injuries caused by the incident.   

Investigators from the SFPD Robbery Detail took over the investigation. Through the course of the investigation, investigators developed information that identified two suspects involved in the incident to be 36-year-old Kevin Nelson of San Francisco and 31-year-old Jennifer Bonham of San Francisco. On July 25, 2023, at approximately 5:54 p.m., investigators located Nelson and Bonham on the 1400 block of Pine Street and took them into custody without incident.    

Nelson was placed into custody for charges of carjacking (215(a) PC), receiving a stolen vehicle (496d(A) PC), and conspiracy (182(a)(1) PC) and then was transported to a local hospital to be treated for injuries he sustained from the vehicle collision on July 22.   

Bonham was transported to San Francisco County Jail #1 and booked for charges of carjacking (215(a) PC), receiving a stolen vehicle (496d(A) PC), reckless driving (23103(a) CVC), and conspiracy (182(a)(1) PC).   

While arrests have been made, this remains an open and active investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact the SFPD at 1-415-575-4444 or text a tip to TIP411 and begin the message with SFPD. You may remain anonymous.    

Case# 230-512-019 / Case# 230-512-003  

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