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Suspect in the Mission District Homicide Case Arrested

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In the investigation into the April 5 homicide in the Mission District, the San Francisco Police Department’s homicide section has made a noteworthy development. A news release released today states that the suspect connected to the killing has been taken into custody by the authorities.

The SFPD conducted a thorough nine-hour investigation before identifying the culprit as thirty-year-old Alexander Martinez from Richmond. At approximately 10:20 p.m. on Friday, Martinez was brought into custody and charged with homicide. He was then lodged into San Francisco County Jail #1.

Officers responded to reports of a shooting in the 2300 block of Mission Street at around 1:37 p.m. on April 5, which is when the incident started. When they arrived, they found a male adult victim who had been shot. The victim passed away at the site from his wounds despite the quick actions of the police and emergency workers. The deceased’s identity has not yet been made public.

Authorities are requesting that anyone with pertinent information come forward as the investigation into the situation is still underway. The SFPD Tip Line can be reached at 1-415-575-4444. Alternatively, tips can be texted to TIP411, starting the message with ‘SFPD.’

As the inquiry continues, more updates will be provided.

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