Three charged in connection to Potrero Hill killing

Paris Raynaldo, 28, was shot to death near the Potrero Hill housing projects last August, about three months before his brother, 24-year-old Daron Raynaldo, was fatally shot at his doorstep in the same neighborhood on Thanksgiving Day.

Last week, prosecutors charged 33-year-old Myesha Carr with conspiracy to commit murder in connection with Paris’ death. Carr was already in County Jail on a murder charge for Daron Raynaldo’s killing, authorities said.

Carr was one of two others charged in Paris’ killing.

Deandre Watson, 27, was arrested the same month as the Aug. 7, 2014, homicide, police said. Watson was charged with murder, assault with a semi-automatic firearm, first-degree burglary and two counts of possession of a firearm by a felon last year, according to court records.

Watson pleaded not guilty to
the charges, the San Francisco Examiner reported, and the case is still ongoing.

Last Thursday, the Police Department’s Tactical Company served a $10 million arrest warrant for Maurice Bibbs, 28, in Richmond, police said. Bibbs was arrested on Visalia Avenue and 15th Street without incident.

According to court records, Bibbs and Watson were both indicted by a federal grand jury in 2007 on carjacking charges.

Bibbs is being held on $5 million bail, prosecutors said.

Bibbs was scheduled to be arraigned on murder and conspiracy to commit murder charges in court Friday, but the hearing was moved to Tuesday. Carr is also expected
to appear that day. She is in custody on a $10 million bond for each homicide.

Watson is being held in County Jail on $10 million bail, the District Attorney’s Office said.

Carr was arrested alongside one other person in connection with Daron’s Nov. 27, 2014, killing, in the same Potrero Hill housing project where Paris died.

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