He went on, “Officers ran a computer query on the Acura which revealed the vehicle was stolen out of the City. Officers arrived on scene and located and detained a male who matched the description of the Acura driver. The male was determined to be the driver of the stolen Acura. The suspect is identified as… a 28-year-old male from Oakland, California. [He] complained of pain and officers summoned medics to the scene who transported [him] to the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.”
After receiving medical treatment, Rueca said the suspect was taken to San Francisco County Jail and booked for vehicle theft, felony hit and run involving injury, receiving stolen property, unsafe speed, misdemeanor hit and run involving injury, and driving on a suspended license.
Going through the wreckage for his personal belongings, Yee found his car was full of cigarettes, cigarette boxes, and even a half-eaten pizza in the trunk. “I was utterly disgusted at the people who took my car, joyriding it for a week,” he said. “It is incredibly unfortunate that my car was seen so many times by those in the community and it ended up being crashed.”
When asked if Yee had a copy of the police report to share, “Not really,” he responded. “I got little to no updates from the police during the whole ordeal.”
At the time of this writing, Yee said the police are holding the NSX as evidence for their ongoing investigation. But when he gets it back, he will release it to his insurance company for valuation and payout. Rueca said that he does not know “the timeframe as to when the investigation can release the vehicle to the owner.”