SFPD Searching For Suspect In Fatal Shooting Outside SoMa Nightclub
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS / KPIX 5) — The San Francisco Police Department released the photo of a suspect in connection to a fatal shooting outside a nightclub in the city’s South of Market over the weekend.
Police are searching for Michael Sione Green, who is suspected of fatally shooting Melquiesha Warren at Sixth and Jessie Streets around 2:10 a.m. early Sunday morning.
The shooting took place after group of friends were saying their goodbyes when the club let out for the night, according to a statement from police. One of the women in the group and her female passenger, identified as Warren, were then involved in a minor traffic accident in a nearby parking lot.
Police said after the minor accident, a woman who accompanied Green tried to open the door of the victim’s car. The woman is described as Pacific Islander, more than 6 feet tall and in her early 20s.
Warren exited the car in an attempt to calm down the woman who was angry. According to police, Green approached the victims, fatally shot Warren and wounded the driver.
Police describe Green as a Tongan male, 23-years-old, 5’11” and 230 pounds. He may be driving a 2001 Mercedes with California license plate 4UIP704.
Authorities consider him extremely dangerous. Anyone who knows Green’s whereabouts is asked to call 911.
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