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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

DA Announces Charges Against Two Suspects in Weekend Murders

Posted By on Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 5:00 PM

The suspects in two high-profile killings last weekend will be arraigned on charges of murder tomorrow morning in San Francisco Superior Court, according to the office of District Attorney Kamala Harris.

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Keandre Davis, 20, will face three charges related to a shooting outside the Suede nightclub on Bay Street on Sunday morning that left one dead and four injured. Davis will be charged with murder, assault with a semiautomatic firearm, and negligent discharge of a firearm, said DA office spokesman Brian Buckelew.

San Francisco resident Phuc Le, 42, will face a murder charge following his arrest Sunday in the Tenderloin, Buckelew said. Le called 911 and was allegedly found covered in blood by police. He led officers to a nearby apartment where Tuan Nguyen, 36, was found stabbed to death. (Note: Le's name was misspelled by police -- and in initial news stories -- as "Phuck Van Lee.")

Davis, a Richmond resident, was wounded by a Patrol Special Police officer after allegedly shooting and killing Lawon Hall, 19, also of Richmond. Davis was subsequently treated at San Francisco General Hospital.

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