San Francisco police have finally nabbed the man who they say is responsible for gunning down 23-year-old Melquiesha Warren during a fender bender argument last year.
On Nov. 16, 2013, Warren and her wife TiffanyRenee Warren were out celebrating Tiffany's birthday at Club OMG! where they reconnected with old friends. After the night ended, both groups said their goodbyes outside the club and parted ways at about 2:10 a.m.. The Warrens got into their car parked in the lot at Jessie and Sixth streets.
After getting into the car, they had a fender bender inside the parking lot, according to police.
After the accident, a 6-foot-tall woman in a red dress, only described as a Pacific Islander, approached the victim vehicle and tried to open the driver's side door. Melquiesha Warren got out of the passenger side and reportedly tried to calm the angry woman.
Then out of nowhere, an armed man appeared and shot Melquiesha once in the head and her friend once in the chest before driving off.
Both were taken to San Francisco General Hospital where Warren, a Sacramento college graduate, died -- just four days before her 24th birthday.
After the shooting, police identified the suspect as 24-year-old Michael Sione Green, describing him as "extremely dangerous."
On May 16, Green was arrested tracked down in Florida where Miami police arrested him on suspicion of homicide. He's being extradited to San Francisco at this time.