Jul 04, 2015

Pier shooting suspect had been released from S.F. Jail - SFGate

The man arrested on suspicion of murder in the shooting death of Kate Steinle on San Francisco’s Pier 14 on Wednesday had a rap sheet of seven felonies, was deported five times and in March was released from San Francisco Jail, despite immigration authorities asking that he be held, officials said Friday. On March 26, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers turned 45-year-old Francisco...

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