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Ramos to stand trial for Excelsior murder
SAN FRANCISCO -- A San Francisco Superior Court judge has ruled that an alleged MS-13 gang member should stand trial for the June 22, 2008, murders of a San Francisco man and two of his sons in the city's Excelsior District.
Judge Teri Jackson decided there was sufficient evidence for Edwin Ramos, 22, of El Sobrante, to be tried on three counts of murder for the shooting deaths of Tony Bologna, 48, and his sons Michael, 20, and Matthew, 16.
The ruling came on the 10th day of the preliminary hearing in the case.
Police and prosecutors have said the victims may have been mistaken for rival gang members, after the shooting of another alleged MS-13 gang member earlier that day in the nearby Mission District.
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