Woman arrested in SOMA murder

A San Francisco woman was arrested after a male friend was found dead in his SoMa apartment Sunday night.

Cameron Miller, 42, was found dead in the Henry Hotel, located at 106 Sixth St., police spokesman Sgt. Wilfred Williams said Monday. Kira

Rouche, 34, had called police around 8 p.m. to report Miller as being unconscious in his apartment, but when paramedics arrived, they declared the man dead.

Homicide investigators interviewed Roueche and determined her “to be involved in the death,” Williams said. She was arrested early Monday morning.

The Medical Examiner’s Office has yet to determine a cause of death.

Miller is the 42nd homicide victim in The City this year.

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