San Francisco police now have a 21-year-old man in custody charged with the murder of 22-year-old Ikenna Uwakah on Sunday in the Bayview. Uwakah was killed while sitting in his car preparing to sell a new Playstation 4 console in an exchange arranged over Instagram.

Given the digital traceability of the exchange, and a reported eyewitness (the victim's girlfriend, who as in the passenger seat) we were hopeful that this case would yield some leads. As of late Monday afternoon the SFPD had arrested and charged Ronnie Collins of San Francisco for murder and attempted robbery. His booking photo has not been released.

Uwakah was a college student in Los Angeles who was home in Daly City for the Thanksgiving break. He and his girlfriend had arranged to sell the Playstation 4, which may have been purchased elsewhere, for $600, netting a $200 profit to help fund their trip. The consoles, which are in high demand and short supply since their November 15 release, have regularly been selling for over $550 on Craigslist.

Uwakah's father told NBC Bay Area this was something his son did all the time to make extra cash. "He buys telephones and things likes electronics and cells. This is what he does... He does it to keep busy when he’s not busy with school."

As the girlfriend described it, and as KTVU reports, when their car came to the agreed upon meeting place near Mendell Street and Galvez Avenue, they were accosted by a gunman demanding the Playstation. Uwakah quickly surrendered it, and then was shot several times.

[NBC Bay Area]

Previously: Murder Over Playstation 4 In The Bayview [Update]