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Teens arrested with pot in San Mateo
July 25, 2013, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

San Mateo police detained four juveniles and one 18-year-old male adult Sunday afternoon after noticing the car they were driving in was starting to slow down with a passenger-side door open as if they were ready to flee from the vehicle, a police sergeant told the Daily Journal.

When police ordered the driver to stop, he put the car in reverse narrowly missing a police officer before crashing into a pole rendering the vehicle inoperable on the 2900 block of Norfolk Street, the sergeant said.

South San Francisco resident Bryant Bonilla, 18, was arrested for resisting arrest and all five face various charges ranging from obstruction of justice, possessing marijuana and tobacco, the sergeant said.

 

 

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