Man arrested in connection to Mission district homicide

A 21-year-old San Francisco man was arrested Monday on suspicion of murder in connection with a Mission district homicide earlier this month.

Taaran Bragg, 21, was arrested by Bayview Police Station officers on robbery and theft warrants, but was then recognized as a suspect in the Dec. 7 killing of Camilo Senchyna-Beltran.

Bragg had been wanted as a suspect in the homicide.

Senchyna-Beltran was shot to death early Dec. 7 near the intersection of Mission and 20th streets.

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