The parents of a UC San Francisco medical student who was beaten to death at Temple Nightclub last year are suing the club, citing lax security.
Joey Hernandez, a 30-year-old fourth-year medical student, was reportedly chatting with a classmate about graduating when he was attacked for no apparent reason Jan. 9, 2011, police said. Hernandez was later declared brain dead. Read More
Grieving loved ones of slain San Francisco medical student Joe Hernandez are holding a candlelight vigil tonight on what would have been his birthday.
They are still hopeful someone can help them find the killer.
"Please come forward and help give peace to Joe’s family and friends," read a statement released Thursday. Read More
The grieving family of a medical student murdered at a South of Market nightclub in January hopes new breakthroughs in the case will help put the killer behind bars.
Police recently released surveillance video from the club and announced an arrest in a case related to the killing of Joseph Hernandez, 30, at the Temple Nightclub on Jan. 9. Read More
Updated May 16, 2011 at 4:30 p.m.: SFPD has identified the arrestee as Tracy Luong, 22, of San Jose. Luong was booked into San Francisco County Jail on the charge of aggravated assault on a bystander. Read More
As they made plans to bury 30-year-old Joey Hernandez this week, the grieving family of the UC San Francisco student who was beaten to death in a vicious brawl at a South of Market nightclub called on police to solve the “senseless” killing.
Only months away from graduating medical school, the 30-year-old Hernandez was declared brain dead after suffering head trauma following a fight at the Temple nightclub on Jan. 9. Read More
Two men were stabbed in front of a nightclub in San Francisco's South of Market district early Sunday morning, officials said.
Shortly after 12:30 a.m., all units at the San Francisco Police Department's Southern Station responded to Temple nightclub, at 540 Howard St., on report of an altercation, San Francisco police Officer Frost said.
Firefighters were also dispatched for medical aid, a San Francisco fire lieutenant said. Read More