Edwin Ramos is charged with murder in the shooting deaths of the three Bolognas
Victims: Anthony Bologna, left, and his two sons, Michael, 20, and Matthew, 16
Sobrante Man Arrested For SF Road Rage Murders
http://cbs5.com/local/road.rage.suspect.2.757320.htmlPolice arrested a 21-year-old suspected gang member Wednesday afternoon on three counts of murder and impounded his car believed involved in a San Francisco road rage shooting that killed a father and two sons.
Edwin Ramos of El Sobrante was being held without bail after being arrested at his home.
Police believe the shooting deaths of 49-year-old Tony Bologna and his two sons occurred after a traffic altercation Sunday afternoon in the city's Excelsior district with as many as three people in another car.
Bologna and his sons Michael, 20, and Matthew, 16, were found shot inside their car just after 3 p.m. Sunday near the intersection of Maynard and Congdon streets.
Investigators said they were driving home and were forced to stop in the intersection, blocking the path of another car. Bologna backed up to allow the other driver through.
But someone from that car shot at Bologna's vehicle, killing him and son Michael instantly. Bologna's youngest son, Matthew, was pronounced dead Tuesday evening after his family took him off life-support.
Triple-killing suspect escaped prior S.F. prosecution
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/articl...BAV711FM4F.DTLThis is the second time this year Ramos has been in San Francisco County Jail. The first came when he was arrested the night of March 30.
Ramos was also booked on felony weapons charges and as well as a separate count of being in a criminal street gang. Police cited "numerous documented contacts" that officers had with Ramos and Lopez, and said both were "active members of the MS-13 street gang."
The gang, started in Southern California, has ties to El Salvador and engages in drug dealing, weapons trafficking and extortion, authorities say. Ramos is a native of El Salvador who is in this country as a legal resident.
Police sent the case to prosecutors in District Attorney Kamala Harris' office, who declined to file charges. They told investigators that there was no evidence that Ramos had known that Lopez [his passenger] had a gun, according to Harris' office.
Ballistics tests were also conducted on the weapon, but those results were not available before Ramos was freed. The tests showed that the gun had been used the day before Ramos and Lopez were arrested to kill two men, Philip Ng, 24, and Ernad Joldic, 21.
No arrests have been made in the double homicide. Police have theorized that whoever killed Ng and Joldic mistook them for gang rivals, because there is no evidence of a robbery or other motive.
Video: Wife defends road rage murder suspect
http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?sec...cal&id=6231063"Anyone that knows him, they know he's not like that," says Ramos' wife. The wife of murder suspect Edwin Escobar Ramos says that her husband is a non-violent man.
Remind me to drive more carefully when in gang country,