Police arrest two shooting suspects

The San Francisco Police Department has arrested two suspects in two separate fatal shootings, police said today.

A 17-year-old San Francisco resident was arrested Saturday in connection with a shooting that occurred Dec. 17 in the100 block of Kiska Road.

At approximately 4:20 p.m., police received reports of an altercation between two males that escalated into a shooting. Officers found 24-year-old Dewayne Larry of San Francisco lying in the street with a bullet wound to the abdomen.

Larry was transported to San Francisco General Hospital where he died, said police. The juvenile suspect remains in custody.

The second arrest was in connection with a fight that occurred among several men outside Jelly's nightclub at Pier 50 on Sunday. When 34-year-old Clarence Corbin of Antioch attempted to break up the fight, he was shot multiple times, according to police.

Corbin was transported to San Francisco General Hospital where he succumbed to his wounds.

Police obtained a $2 million murder warrant for 23-year-old Mario Hollister of Richmond. The Hercules Police Department served the warrant at Hollister's residence on Ridgeview Terrace in Hercules Tuesday morning and he was taken into custody.

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