San Francisco police are looking for 23-year-old Michael Sione Green who they say is responsible for firing the bullet that killed 23-year-old Melquiesha Warren outside a nightclub in downtown last weekend.
On Saturday, a long-time group of friends reconnected at Club OMG! near Jessie and Sixth streets where they celebrated the birthday of Warren's wife, TiffanyRenee Warren.
The celebration turned tragic at about 2:10 a.m. when the group said their goodbyes and parted ways. At that time, Warren and her friend got into their car where they had a minor fender bender in the parking lot, according to police.
After the accident, a 6-foot-tall woman in a red dress, described as a Pacific Islander, approached the victim vehicle and tried to open the driver's side door, according to Sgt. Danielle Newman. Warren then got out of the passenger side and attempted to calm the angry female.
That's when a man armed with a gun appeared. The man, who was later identified as Green, shot Warren in the head and her friend in the chest. Both were taken to San Francisco General Hospital where Warren, a Sacramento college graduate, died -- just four days before her 24th birthday.
Now the cops are stepping up their effort to find Green, who they described as "extremely dangerous." He is 5-foot-11 Tongan man, weighing 230 pounds with a beard and long hair past his shoulders. He may possibly be traveling in a 2001 Mercedes Ca license plate 4UIP704.
If you see Green or know where he is, stop reading and call 911 now.
San Francisco Police are still trying to identify the Pacific Islander female, and anyone
else that was with Green on the night of the murder. Any tips can be forwarded to the
Anonymous Tip Line at 415-575-4444 or Text-A-Tip to TIP411 with "SFPD" on the