Man booked for murder in relation to Tuesday night Tenderloin shooting death

Antonio Crivello, 62, was booked into County Jail on murder in relation to the Oct. 6 shooting death of a woman in the Tenderloin. (SFPD/Courtesy)

Antonio Crivello, 62, was booked into County Jail on murder in relation to the Oct. 6 shooting death of a woman in the Tenderloin. (SFPD/Courtesy)

A 62-year-old man detained after a Tuesday night shooting that left a woman dead inside a Tenderloin single room occupancy hotel has been booked into County Jail on murder, said police.

Antonio Crivello, 62, has been booked on murder, felon in possession of a firearm, and two outstanding traffic warrants.

He has not yet been charged or arraigned for the alleged crimes.

Crivello was detained in connection with the killing of a 51-year-old woman in low-income housing at 149 Mason Street late Tuesday, police said.

The woman was shot to death in the upper torso around 8 p.m. in the building.

She died at the scene.

Crivello, who fled, was found by police later that night at Leavenworth and Ellis streets.

Police are investigating the shooting as a homicide.

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