SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — San Francisco police arrested a third suspect in the Hunter Pence’s stolen scooter case, according to police officials Wednesday.
Jacques Manns was arrested Tuesday in connection to the Make-A-Wish burglary that occurred on Saturday in their San Francisco office.
Two other suspects had previously been arrested in the case.
Judd Janke, a 37-year-old, white male was booked at San Francisco County jail for three felony charges of burglary, conspiracy and false impersonation, and two misdemeanor charges of burglary tools.
Nicholas Tiller, a 26-year-old white male, San Francisco resident was booked at San Francisco County jail for two felony narcotic related charges, felony burglary, and multiple misdemeanor charges including possession of stolen property, and probation violation.
The scooter was signed and donated by San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence.
This is the second time the scooter has been stolen. It was taken from Pence back in 2014 before he donated it.
The returned scooter was then auctioned off and autographed for $40,000.
Pence took to Twitter when he heard the news saying, “I can’t believe it! It’s scooter-gate all over again.”