Suspect Charged In Tuesday's Tenderloin Ambulance Theft

Photo: Courtesy of SFPD
By Allie Pape - Published on June 10, 2016.

Tuesday's theft of a Fire Department ambulance from outside a Tenderloin residential hotel made headlines, especially after the driver ended up crashing it into the Treasure Island exit on the Bay Bridge, where it went up in flames.

Now, a suspect has been arrested in the case: 37-year-old Veronica Barahona, who has no known address. She's being charged with two felonies: vehicle theft and "theft of a special vehicle." 

We'll continue to update as we learn more about the case. 

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