Hong Ri Wu
A shopkeeper found guilty of murdering two souvenir shop employees in San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf in January 2011 was sentenced Wednesday morning to a life sentence.
A jury Wednesday afternoon found a Fisherman’s Wharf souvenir shop worker guilty of two counts of murder in connection with a fatal shooting of two workers at a rival business in the tourist area in January 2011.
Opening statements began Tuesday in the case of a former Fisherman’s Wharf merchant who prosecutors say killed two neighboring merchants in cold blood more than three years ago.
A man accused of a double killing near San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf has staged a hunger strike for the last month, and it’s sparked a battle of ethics in the city.
A judge Tuesday ordered a new psychiatric evaluation for a man suspected of fatally shooting two people at San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf in January.
Prosecutors plan to challenge a doctor’s finding that a San Francisco merchant is unable to assist in his defense and should not stand trial on charges that he murdered two employees at a rival store in the city’s Fisherman’s Wharf.
A Fisherman’s Wharf souvenir shop worker accused of fatally shooting two employees at a neighboring business last month pleaded not guilty to the charges in San Francisco Superior Court Tuesday morning.
A souvenir shop worker at San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf who is accused of murdering two workers at the business next door Sunday night was being held Wednesday at San Francisco General Hospital and failed to appear in court for arraignment.
San Francisco prosecutors Tuesday charged a Fisherman’s Wharf merchant accused of gunning down two rivals Sunday night with two counts of murder.