The suspects in two high-profile killings
last weekend will be arraigned on charges of murder tomorrow morning in San Francisco Superior Court, according to the office of District Attorney Kamala Harris.
Keandre Davis, 20, will face three charges related to a shooting outside the Suede nightclub on Bay Street on Sunday morning that left one dead and four injured. Davis will be charged with murder, assault with a semiautomatic firearm, and negligent discharge of a firearm, said DA office spokesman Brian Buckelew.
San Francisco resident Phuc Le, 42, will face a murder charge following his arrest Sunday in the Tenderloin, Buckelew said. Le called 911 and was allegedly found covered in blood by police. He led officers to a nearby apartment where Tuan Nguyen, 36, was found stabbed to death. (Note: Le's name was misspelled by police -- and in initial news stories
-- as "Phuck Van Lee.")
Davis, a Richmond resident, was wounded by a Patrol Special Police officer after allegedly shooting and killing Lawon Hall, 19, also of Richmond. Davis was subsequently treated at San Francisco General Hospital.
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