Police arrest two brothers in Mission district stabbing death

Police arrest two brothers in Mission district stabbing death

Police have made two arrests in the Sept. 9 stabbing death of 20-year-old Ronnie Goodman, Officer Albie Esparza said.

Luis Gutierrez, 21, and his brother Javier Gutierrez, 26, both of San Francisco, were arrested Sunday and booked on murder and conspiracy charges in connection with Goodman’s death at 24th and Capp streets last month, Esparza said.

Last week, police released pictures and surveillance footage that featured two people of interest in the case as they were filmed in the area near the stabbing about the same time it happened.

Police received numerous calls from the public that led to the arrests, Esparza said.

Goodman’s death marked the 28th homicide in The City so far this year. Earlier this month, a Milpitas man was shot dead in the Bayview.

The victim in that homicide, Reginald Shelton, 21, marked The City’s 29th and most recent homicide of the year.Bay Area NewsCrimeCrime & CourtsMissionSan Francisco Police DepartmentStabbing

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