Nightclub shooter arraignment postponed
By Ari Barak
September 19, 2007
The arraignment for a 23-year-old man charged with the shooting
murder of a 27-year-old man in front of a San Francisco nightclub
early Sunday was scheduled for today but has been postponed one
week, the district attorney's spokeswoman Bilen Mesfin said today.
Oakland resident Kenoye Stroman allegedly shot at 15 to 30 people
who were fighting in front of restaurant and nightclub Jillian's
at Fourth and Mission streets around 1:45 a.m. Sunday, District
Attorney Kamala Harris said.
Ronald Jacques, 27, of San Francisco, and a 29-year-old woman
were struck with bullets, according to District Attorney Kamala
Jacques died of his gunshot wounds at the scene, and the woman
was transported to San Francisco General Hospital, where it was
reported she suffered non-life threatening injuries, police said
Stroman allegedly fled the scene in a limousine and drove away
on Interstate Highway 580, where officers managed to stop him.
A gun was allegedly recovered from inside the limousine, Harris
Stroman was arrested on one count of murder, with gun use enhancements
and an enhancement for firing a gun from a motor vehicle, and
one count of assault with a firearm, according to Harris.
The arraignment has been pushed back until Sep. 25 and will take
place at San Francisco Superior Court, Dept. 10, Mesfin said today.
Stroman is being held in county jail under no bail.
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