2 arrested in connection with Thanksgiving homicide in SF

Two suspects in a homicide on Thanksgiving Day in Potrero Hill were arrested earlier this week, according to police.

Marquez Harrison, 32, and Myesha Carr, 20, both of San Francisco, were arrested at a motel near Mission Street and Italy Avenue early Tuesday.

Harrison was booked on murder charges, among others, in connection with the shooting death of Daron Raynaldo, 30, who was killed in front of his Potrero Hill home Nov. 27.

Carr, who is believed to have committed numerous robberies and auto burglaries along with Harrison in the East Bay, was booked on murder warrants.

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