Three arrested, charged in fatal Outer Mission shooting

Two adults and a juvenile have been arrested and charged in connection with the fatal shooting of a man in San Francisco’s Outer Mission neighborhood on Thursday.

Edgard Reynaga, 20, and Priscilla Arauz-Garcia, 18, were arrested along with a juvenile in connection with the death of Jose Soriano.

Soriano, 20, was one of two people shot at the corner of Mission Street and Geneva Avenue around 11:55 p.m. on Thursday, according to police.

The other victim, an 18-year-old woman, suffered injuries not considered life-threatening. Soriano died shortly after arriving at a hospital, police said.

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Reynaga and Arauz-Garcia both appeared for arraignment this afternoon on charges of murder, attempted murder and assault with a semi-automatic firearm, and are scheduled to return to court on Friday, according to court records.

Both remain in custody, with bail set at $4 million for Reynaga and $2 million for Arauz-Garcia, according to jail records.

The identity of the juvenile suspect, who is being charged as an accessory, will not be released. Police previously described that suspect as a 17-year-old girl.

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