The man alleged to be an MS-13 gang leader who’s accused in the 2008 triple slaying of a San Francisco man and two of his sons pleaded not guilty Tuesday to all charges he faces.
Wilfredo “Flaco” Reyes, 31, was arrested in Salisbury, N.C., on July 9. He had been at large since June 22, 2008, the day Anthony Bologna, 48, and his sons Michael, 20, and Matthew, 16, were fatally shot in the Excelsior district as they were driving home from a picnic. Read More
Danielle Bologna’s family remains in hiding even after the recent conviction of an alleged MS-13 gang member for killing her husband and two of her sons four years ago. Now she must relive the trauma a second time. Read More
The man alleged to be an MS-13 gang leader who’s wanted in connection with the senseless murder of a father and two of his sons in San Francisco was arrested Monday in North Carolina, authorities said.
Wilfredo “Flaco” Reyes, 31, allegedly tried to flee out a window when law enforcement officials closed in on a home in Salisbury, N.C. Detectives reportedly stopped him before he escaped. Read More
Edwin Ramos insists the blood is not on his hands.
The 25-year-old MS-13 gang member on Monday refused to take responsibility for killing Anthony Bologna, 48, and sons Michael, 20, and Matthew, 16, as he was sentenced to three life terms in prison without the possibility of parole. The father and two of his sons were driving home from a picnic June 22, 2008, in the Excelsior district when they were murdered. Read More
The attorney for convicted killer Edwin Ramos says jury misconduct and emotional courtroom outbursts from a grieving widow contributed to jurors convicting her client of first-degree murder. Read More
Her hands trembling and voice shaking, the matriarch of the Bologna family confronted the man convicted last month of killing her husband and two of her children.
“I wish just once you would take responsibility for your role in this incident,” Danielle Bologna told 25-year-old Edwin Ramos at a court hearing Monday. “My family has really been put through the worst tragedy imaginable.” Read More
Edwin Ramos faces life in prison for slaying a father and two of his sons nearly four years ago.
A San Francisco jury returned guilty verdicts on three first-degree murder counts Wednesday, even though it could not unanimously decide whether Ramos was the gunman. Read More
A San Francisco jury Wednesday found Edwin Ramos guilty of murdering a father and two of his sons in an afternoon shooting in the city's Excelsior District in 2008.
Ramos, 25, an alleged MS-13 gang member, was accused of gunning down Anthony Bologna, 48, and his sons Michael, 20, and Matthew, 16, on June 22, 2008, near Congdon and Maynard streets as they drove home from a family outing. Read More
A burning desire for closure in murders of three Bologna family members may land an innocent man in prison, the defense said Wednesday during closing arguments.
Marla Zamora, who represents accused killer Edwin Ramos, said the evidence in the case cannot prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the alleged MS-13 gang member pulled the trigger that killed the three family members. Read More
Edwin Ramos was described as a lying, cold-blooded killer who helped make the Excelsior district a “hunting grounds” for the MS-13 gang on Tuesday as the prosecution began closing arguments in the heart-wrenching Bologna family murder trial. Read More