Police reported on Friday that four individuals were taken into custody in connection with a homicide in San Francisco.
On June 25, a 25-year-old man was shot on the intersection of Rose and Webster streets. He was transported to a nearby hospital and subsequently succumbed to his injuries, as per the police statement.
The Community Violence Reduction Team of the San Francisco Police Department identified the suspects believed to be linked to the crime.
These individuals were identified as Jeremiah Fisher (28 years old), Deniro Gulley (24 years old), Jamaree Willis (21 years old), and Chase Goodspeed-Taylor (25 years old), all residents of San Francisco.
Law enforcement officers executed search warrants at multiple locations throughout the Bay Area, resulting in the arrest of the four suspects during the current week.
The charges against them include homicide, attempted homicide, conspiracy, and discharging a firearm.
In the course of the investigation and arrests, several other agencies lent their assistance. These included the Pacifica Police Department, San Mateo Police Department, Daly City Police Department, FBI, US Marshals, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives.