Police on Thursday announced they’ve arrested three suspects connected to a shooting that killed a 26-year-old man last week in San Francisco’s Mission District.
The shooting occurred on March 16 in the 3000 block of 16th Street, near the 16th Street BART station, according to police.
The victim, identified by the medical examiner’s office as Demondre Perkins, had been shot multiple times and died at the scene.
Through an investigation, detectives were able to identify three suspects involved in the shooting. Officers arrested the trio after serving multiple search warrants in both San Francisco and Alameda on Monday and Tuesday, police said.
They’ve been identified as 19-year-old Oscar Ticas of Alameda, and Rodrigo Tellez and Bryan Moreno, both 20 years old and from San Francisco.
Ticas has been booked on suspicion of homicide, conspiracy, carrying a loaded firearm, negligent discharge of a firearm and participating in a gang.
Police booked Tellez on suspicion of homicide, conspiracy, being a felon in possession of firearm, and committing a felony while out on bail and participating in a gang.
Moreno has been booked on suspicion of homicide, conspiracy, and participating in a gang.
All three men are being held without bail, according to jail records.
Police haven’t released a motive in the shooting and said the case remains under investigation.
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