New warrants in Ramos probe

The man suspected of killing a San Francisco father and two of his sons has been behind bars since June, but prosecutors say the investigation is still very active, with new search warrants served Wednesday.

The latest search warrants were revealed at an evidentiary hearing for 21-year-old Edwin Ramos. The suspected gang member faces three counts of murder and multiple special circumstances in the June 11 shooting deaths of Anthony “Tony” Bologna and his sons Michael, 20, and Matthew, 16, in the Excelsior district.

Outside court, Assistant District Attorney Harry Dorfman hinted that the new search warrants were for phone records, but declined to confirm whether or not prosecutors were eyeing other suspects.

“The investigation continues,” he said. “We’re looking at everything. One area that’s being explored is phone records, and that takes time.”

Ramos is being held without bail. The evidentiary hearing continues this afternoon.

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