Jul 07, 2015

S.F. drug warrant helped accused killer stay in U.S. - SFGate

A 20-year-old warrant over an alleged $20 marijuana deal in San Francisco turned into a ticket to freedom for Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, the man charged Monday with murder in the shooting of a stranger who was walking on a waterfront pier. Lopez-Sanchez, whose age is listed as 45 by police and 52 in jail records, is a convicted felon with a long history of drug crimes who has spent about half...

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