Investigators say a suspect in the random slaying of a university student flashed a gun several times on a crowded commuter train in San Francisco, but passengers were so absorbed in their phones and tablets they didn’t notice.
A man who prosecutors say hunted for a victim before randomly killing a San Francisco State University student in the city’s Ingleside Heights neighborhood last week pleaded not guilty to a murder charge during his arraignment Wednesday.
The suspect in a seemingly random fatal shooting on Monday had threatened others earlier in the evening, and appeared to be “hunting” for a victim, District Attorney George Gascon said.
Police said they discovered a large weapons cache at the home of a man accused of fatally shooting a San Francisco State University student earlier this week.
Police have arrested a man suspected in the fatal shooting of a San Francisco State University student as he stepped off a Municipal Railway light-rail vehicle.