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Suspected shooter in Saturday morning homicide arrested

The alleged shooter in a Saturday morning Visitacion Valley homicide was arrested on suspicion of murder and other charges, say police.

The victim, Ronald McDuffie, Jr., 29, was shot and killed at around 10 a.m. Saturday near the intersection of Santos Street and Sunnydale Avenue near one of San Francisco’s largest public housing sites, according to police.

The shooting took place about a block away from the Boys and Girls Club of San Francisco.

Monique Williams, 21, was arrested at 4 p.m. that day. She was subsequently booked into County Jail on suspicion of murder, accessory after the fact and conspiracy.

The killing marks San Francisco’s 10th homicide of the year.


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