Woman arrested for multiple hit and runs in San Francisco

San Francisco police arrested a 25-year-old driver of a stolen car, who struck multiple vehicles Wednesday afternoon just outside San Francisco's Tenderloin police station.

San Francisco resident Cherry Neal was booked on the following numerous charges: 

  • Felony reckless evading
  • Felony evading officer causing injury
  • Felony evading officer driving in opposite direction of traffic
  • Four counts felony hit & run involving injury
  • Three counts failing to stop at the scene of an accident with damage to property
  • Driving with suspended license
  • Theft of vehicle
  • Reckless driving
  • Reckless driving causing injury
  • Three counts assault with a deadly weapon
  • Possession of stolen vehicle
  • Resisting arrest
  • Two counts of felony vandalism 
  • Running a red light
  • Failure to yield on a left turn

The incident was reported at about 2:05 p.m. Wednesday in the city's Mid-Market and Tenderloin neighborhoods. 

Police said a woman driving a Kia Sol was later arrested at 6th and Clara streets. 

Police have released surveillance video partially showing the collision. In it, the driver can be seen crashing into a pole, then trying to back up and striking at least two other vehicles in the process.