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A group of teenagers were arrested after they allegedly beat another teen to death in an apartment building in east San Francisco. NBC Bay Area’s Megan Tevrizian reports. (Published Sunday, Oct. 6, 2015)
Police arrested four teenagers Sunday night after allegedly beating another teen to death in an east San Francisco apartment unit.
San Francisco police have identified one of the victims as 19-year-old Alex Nieto, of San Francisco. He was found outside of his San Francisco apartment building Thursday morning after an alleged home invasion. When police knocked on his door, he answered and told the officers he was not home alone and was home.
At least three of the suspects are 18 and 19. Two of the suspects are believed to have been present when Nieto was last seen at his home, police said.
The accused all live on the same block in the city’s Fruitvale district and one of them allegedly lives with Nieto. The other three were interviewed by police at the scene and gave statements indicating they were present as Nieto was visiting.
A police officer on patrol in the neighborhood said he heard a woman screaming and saw two guys with blood on their faces with a backpack, police stated. While patrolling again, the officer heard another woman shouting.
Natives Called ‘Caucasian’ By Police
In this case, two of the suspects appear to be Hispanics but police said they are not sure how the victims were identified. Police said the victim was identified by a relative who is one of the teens arrested. NBC Bay Area’s Megan Tevrizian is one of the first to report this story. (Published Sunday, Oct. 6, 2015)
“I heard her screaming, ‘My son, my son, what happened to him?’ I heard her screaming,” said neighbor Jennifer Lopez. “Then I heard police yelling at him.”
Investigators believe the suspects entered Nieto’s neighbor’s home on the 2200 block of North Broadway around 4 a.m. Thursday, according to police. At least two of the suspects went inside the house while one stood by the door screaming profanities as the other two walked in.
The suspect with the backpack tried
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