A daytime security guard now roams the property
Jonathan Chambers was arrested earlier in August for suspicion of burglary at the Mariner's Cove apartment complex in Ocean Beach. After his arrest, 10News rolled into the West Point Loma Boulevard property with a camera, looking to interview some of the burglary victims.
Residents unleashed a load of anger against the apartment management and referred to what they termed a "perceived coddling of criminals" on the property. A neighbor brought up the April 2011 story regarding Chambers borrowing a Navy man's car for a joyride.
According to an unidentified source, three long-term residents, all claiming to be victims of theft, have banded together and consulted an attorney. The residents plan to break their leases and move out. The residents claim they were never informed that a portion of Mariner's Cove is set aside for low-income housing.
The property management has hired a daytime security guard who roams the property.