A parolee wanted in connection with three high-profile Bay Area murders is now in custody, according to federal and local law enforcement officials.Johnathan “John-John” Walker was arrested in Coos Bay, Ore. Tuesday evening. He went without much of a fight when Oregon State Police, the U.S. Marshals and Coos Bay Police descended on the home he was staying in, according to Capt. Cal Mitts with the Coos Bay Police Department. Read More
Criminal charges were dropped Wednesday against University of New Mexico football player Deshon Marman over a confrontation with police last month after he was thrown off a US Airways plane at San Francisco International Airport for wearing sagging pajama pants.
Hours after the charges were dropped, his attorney said Marman plans to sue the airline over how he was treated. Read More
At just 20 years old, Johnathan “John-John” Walker earned a spot on San Francisco’s 10 most wanted criminals list following a Bayview killing this year.Now the feared parolee is being sought for two more Bay Area murders, police in Vallejo said Tuesday. Read More
A San Francisco man removed from a U.S. Airways flight and arrested after he allegedly refused to pull up his sagging pants was released from custody Thursday after posting bail, and prosecutors are still considering whether to file charges in the case. Read More
Attention all pants-saggers, this is your captain speaking. You may be asked to hike up your trousers during the duration of this flight or else be placed under citizen’s arrest.
The detention of 20-year-old University of New Mexico football player Deshon Marman on various charges for failing to pull up his saggy pants on US Airways Flight 488 out of San Francisco International Airport on Wednesday morning has garnered national attention and has many outraged. Read More
A wake and funeral will be held next week for former San Francisco prep football star David Henderson, who was shot in the head last month in the Bayview district.
Henderson’s mother decided to end her son’s life support at San Francisco General Hospital last week after she was told by doctors he would lack brain activity indefinitely. Read More
By age 6, David Henderson could hit a baseball over his roof. Qunzena Henderson figured that was her son’s ticket off the troubled streets of the Bayview district. “But he said, ‘No, mom, I wanna play football,’” she recalled. Read More
David Henderson, the former San Francisco prep football standout, died Monday night at San Francisco General Hospital. Read More
The mother of critically injured local football standout David Henderson said Tuesday that her son is a “mama’s boy” who was looking for a way to get her out of The City’s Bayview district.
Waiting outside the intensive-care unit hospital room, Qunzena Henderson said her son — the former Lincoln High School star — had received calls of interest from the University of Nebraska’s football program mere days before he was shot in the head Thursday in the 1400 block of Kirkwood Avenue. Read More
Family, friends and teammates of local football star David Henderson, who was shot in the Bayview on Thursday and remains on life support, are rallying around him, saying he showed signs of progress over the weekend, and are planning a fundraiser for his family next month. Read More