Man Gets 5 Life Sentences For 2012 San Francisco Quintuple SlayingA man convicted of murdering five people at a home in San Francisco's Ingleside neighborhood in 2012 was sentenced to five consecutive life terms in prison Thursday.
Man Found Guilty In 2012 San Francisco Ingleside House MassacreA man accused of killing five people in a home in San Francisco's Ingleside neighborhood in 2012 was found guilty of murder charges.
Closing Arguments Set In Trial For 2012 Quintuple Murder SuspectClosing arguments are set to take place Tuesday in the trial of a man accused of brutally killing five people in San Francisco's Ingleside neighborhood in 2012.
Brother Of SF Ingleside Massacre Suspect Facing Drug, Weapons TrialA man whose brother is accused of killing five people in San Francisco’s Ingleside neighborhood last month was ordered Thursday to stand trial on unrelated drug and weapons charges.
SFPD Holds Neighborhood Meeting On Ingleside KillingsSan Francisco police and prosecutors held a town hall meeting Tuesday to address community concerns about the grisly killing of five people last month.
SFPD To Field Public’s Questions On Ingleside MassacreSan Francisco's chief of police will attend a town hall meeting Tuesday night to answer questions regarding the five people that were slain last month in the city's Ingleside District.
Suspect In SF Ingleside Home Massacre Pleads Not GuiltyThe San Francisco plumber accused of the gruesome slayings of five people inside a home near City College of San Francisco has pleaded not guilty to murder charges.
Brother Of SF Ingleside Massacre Suspect Pleads Not Guilty To Drug, Weapons ChargesA man whose brother is accused of killing five people in San Francisco’s Ingleside neighborhood last month pleaded not guilty to unrelated drug and weapons charges Tuesday and was ordered held without bail.
Investigators Return To SF Massacre Scene, Community MournsCrime scene investigators were back on the scene of last week’s mass murder in San Francisco’s Ingleside District, collecting evidence on Friday.
Closer Look: SF Massacre Prompts Review Of Vietnamese Immigration PoliciesThe arrest of Binh Thai Luc for five murders in San Francisco’s Ingleside District has focused both local and nationwide attention on U.S. immigration and deportation policies
Judge Rules Public Defender Can't Represent Suspect In SF Ingleside Massacre
CBS 5 Poll: SF Favors Death Penalty For Ingleside Massacre SuspectA majority of San Franciscans want prosecutors to seek the death penalty against Binh Thai Luc, a Vietnam native accused of murdering five people inside a home in the city's Ingleside neighborhood, according to a KPIX-TV CBS 5 poll.
SF Prosecutor 'Unlikely' To Seek Death Penalty In Slayings Of 5San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon told CBS 5 that he was "unlikely" to seek the death penalty against a man charged with murdering five people in a home near City College of San Francisco.
SF Mayor Calls For Immigration Reform In Wake Of 5 MurdersMayor Lee said Binh Thai Luc, arrested on suspicion of killing five victims found inside a home near San Francisco City College, should not have been allowed to return to the Bay Area after Vietnam refused to allow him back.
San Francisco Slayings Suspect Avoided Deportation, Victims IdentifiedThe man accused of murdering five people in San Francisco on Friday was set to be deported from the U.S. in 2006 but ended up staying after Vietnamese authorities failed to provide travel documents for him.