San Francisco jurors deliberated for little more than two days before convicting an Oakland man Monday of first-degree murder for the 2003 slaying of a Tenderloin man.
Joevon Bowen now faces 25 years to life in prison for the Feb. 19, 2003, fatal shooting of 26-year-old Armando Arce during an attempted robbery at about 3:30 a.m. near Willow Alley and Polk Street. Read More
A Superior Court jury is reviewing evidence in an 8-year-old murder case involving a man accused in a fatal shooting allegedly tied to a plan to revive a notorious Oakland gang.
The Feb. 19, 2003, shooting of 26-year-old Armando Arce capped a violent several hours in which a total of three men were murdered — including two in Oakland — in what Alameda County prosecutors have said was part of a plan to start a new branch of the Nut Cases. Read More