A man got when sensing a hazard, his plans foiled by the company’s new Sentry Mode, which requires a video of the car’s environment.  
ABC7 News reported Tuesday that Tesla Model 3 owner Jed Franklin alerted the authorities following a note that Sentry Mode was triggered, together with a”full view” of a guy breaking into a backseat window of his Tesla, parked in San Francisco.  

With the support of the video, the San Francisco Police was able to apprehend the burglar,  that the old Jeremiah Jefferson, who is under arrest on burglary charges, as well as probation violation.


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