A second suspect wanted in the 2008 murders of a San Francisco man and his two sons has been captured in North Carolina, authorities said.
Calling him a “vicious, heartless murderer,” a federal judge in San Francisco Thursday imposed a sentence of life plus ten years in prison on an MS-13 gang member accused of participating in the gunfire slaying of a college student in Daly City in 2009.
The trial of Edwin Ramos, alleged MS-13 gang member accused of murdering a father and two of his sons in San Francisco’s Excelsior District in 2008, began Monday morning with opening statements.
Jury selection began Tuesday in the trial of a gang member accused of murdering a father and his two sons in San Francisco nearly four years ago, a case which sparked intense debate over the city’s sanctuary policy toward undocumented juvenile offenders.
One of two alleged MS-13 gang members who went on trial in federal court in San Francisco last month has pleaded guilty to seven charges, including possessing the gun used in a shooting murder near the Daly City BART station in 2009.
A federal grand jury has indicted three suspected gang members in the fatal shooting of a man after an altercation on a San Francisco bus.
An Oakland man was sentenced Wednesday to 40 years to life in state prison for fatally shooting a man in San Francisco’s Mission District in 2005.