SFPD Chief George Gascon will announce today the identities and arrests of the suspects in the fatal Union Square shooting of German tourist Mechthild Schroeer, reports BCN (via SF Appeal).
"We believe very strongly that we have identified the suspects in this case," Gascon told the San Francisco Police Commission last night.
Understandably, Gascon also admitted peevishness at the public's lack of outcry. During last night's meeting, "he said that in another city, his phone 'would be ringing off the hook' over such an incident."
Schroeer, an elementary school rector, was shot and killed by stray gunfire during a battle between teens attending an under-18 party at a private club, just outside the entrance to the comedy club on 414 Mason street.