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San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin filed felony charges Tuesday against nine people arrested in connection with the retail theft rampage in Union Square and other stores across the city.

“These brazen acts will not be tolerated in San Francisco,” Boudin said in a statement, adding that every person arrested on suspicion of participating in the thefts was charged with felonies.

Boudin’s office filed felony charges against five people who were arrested in connection with the mass theft at the Louis Vuitton store in Union Square Friday evening. Francill White, Tomiko Lamar Miller, Kimberly Cherry and Ivan Speed were charged with looting during a state of emergency, second-degree commercial burglary, grand theft and receiving stolen property, the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office said in a news release. California remains under a state of emergency due to COVID-19, the DA’s office noted, explaining the looting charges.