A judge on Wednesday agreed to discharge a state gun conviction from two years ago for Jose Ines Garcia-Zarate — the man who held the …
The man who was acquitted of murder charges in the fatal shooting of San Francisco resident Kate Steinle was sentenced to three years in state prison Friday.
Federal prosecutors Tuesday said new immigration and weapons charges have been filed against Jose Ines Garcia Zarate.
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon Tuesday defended the work of prosecutors following last week’s acquittal of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate.
Jurors found Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, the 45-year-old Mexican citizen charged in the fatal shooting of Kate Steinle, not guilty.
Following the completion of closing arguments Tuesday morning, jurors began deliberating in the trial of the man charged with fatally shooting Kate Steinle.
Surveillance video footage captured shortly before Kate Steinle was shot supports the claim by the man charged with her murder that he found the gun on the pier.
Prosecutors concluded their case Thursday in the trial of the man charged with the 2015 fatal shooting of Kate Steinle.
Retired police Inspector Jim Evans said he could not be certain where either Jose Ines Garcia Zarate or Kathryn Steinle were located at the time of the July 1, 2015 shooting.
Surveillance video footage shown in court Wednesday shows the man charged in the fatal shooting of Kathryn Steinle at San Francisco’s Pier 14 throw something in the water.
Witnesses Tuesday described Jose Ines Garcia Zarate staring at people and laughing shortly before Kathryn Steinle was fatally shot more than two years ago at Pier 14.
A “freakish ricochet” after a stolen gun went off in the hands of a homeless man led to the accidental shooting of Kathryn Steinle, according to defense attorney Matt Gonzalez.
Opening statements will begin Monday in the trial of a man accused of fatally shooting Kathryn Steinle as she walked on San Francisco’s Pier 14 in 2015.
A confession made to police by the defendant in the fatal shooting of Kathryn Steinle will be admitted into evidence.
A San Francisco sheriff’s deputy’s gun was stolen from a parked rental car Sunday.