SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Police in San Francisco on Friday confirmed the arrest of an armed gang member and an accomplice who allegedly tried to hide guns in the Kezar Stadium bathroom during a Thursday high school football game.
SFPD Public Information Officer Raj Vaswani posted about the arrests on Twitter Friday afternoon shortly after 1 p.m.READ MORE: UPDATE: Estrada Fire Sparked by Cal Fire Controlled Burn Near Watsonville Now 10% Contained
He said that the suspects — an 18-year-old male and a 35-year-old female, both San Francisco residents — were taken into custody with the firearms at the stadium where Mission High and Balboa High were playing a football game.
Great arrest by #SFPD @SFPDPark & CVRT, arrested a gang member and accomplice with guns at the Mission HS and Balboa HS game yesterday at Kezar Stadium. An 18 y/o male & 35 y/o female were arrested,both residents of SF. They tried to hide the gun in the bathroom but were unable pic.twitter.com/ouvVdOlMB3
— R. Vaswani (@sfvas) October 8, 2021
While Officer Vaswani did not identify the suspects or detail what their intentions were, he did post that the suspect were attempting to hide the weapons in a bathroom at the stadium and included photos of the firearms.READ MORE: Popular Safari Park Stripped Of Accreditation
One showed what appeared to be a semi-automatic weapon with an extended magazine that was stuck barrel end into a toilet.
Vaswani did not detail the charges that the two suspects were facing.MORE NEWS: State Health Officials Urge Vaccinations as Flu Season Begins in Earnest
According to reports, Balbo High beat Mission High 28-8.