Woman shot to death in Tenderloin residence early this month identified

The 51-year-old San Francisco woman who was shot dead Oct. 6 in a Mason Street low income housing apartment building has been identified, according to the Medical Examiner’s Office.

Barbara Pomposo was shot at 8 p.m. inside of 149 Mason Street. Pomposo was shot to death in the upper torso and died at the scene.

A 62-year-old man was detained and booked into County Jail on suspicion of murder following the shooting.

Antonio Crivello was booked on murder, felon in possession of a firearm, and two outstanding traffic warrants.

Crivello, who fled, was found by police later that night at Leavenworth and Ellis streets.

Police are investigating the shooting as a homicide.

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