SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Authorities in North Carolina have arrested a second suspect in the 2008 killings of a father and his two sons in San Francisco.
San Francisco officials say 31-year-old Wilfredo Reyes was arrested Monday in Salisbury, N.C., after trying to escape through a window.
Reyes was booked into Rowan County Jail on an outstanding murder warrant involving the shooting deaths of 48-year-old Tony Bologna and his two sons, 20-year-old Michael and 16-year-old Matthew.
Last month, Edwin Ramos was sentenced to three consecutive life sentences in prison without possibility of parole for the three murders.
Officials say Reyes faces extradition to California where he will be charged with three counts of murder, as well as one count of conspiracy to murder and one count of attempted murder.