SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department detained Willie Woodson, 50, Denise Lasha Johnson, 29, and Romony Wilson, 29, on several criminal charges including homicide.
Authorities say that on Saturday, October 24, 2020, around 3:49 p.m., officers from the Bayview Station received a call about a shooting that occurred on Keith Street and Thomas Avenue. Upon arrival, officers found a male suffering from gunshot wounds.
“Officers immediately rendered aid to the victim and summoned medics to the scene. Medics arrived on the scene, but despite the life-saving efforts of the emergency responders, the victim was declared deceased at the scene,” the SFPD said in a news release.
Authorities indicated the incident was turned over to the SFPD Homicide Detail, where the detectives determined the identity of the suspects.
On March 4, 2021, officers from the Ingleside Police Station and SFPD Homicide Investigators arrested Willie Woodson, of San Francisco at 3rd Street and Oakdale Avenue at 9 p.m.
The SFPD served a search warrant at Woodson’s home and found evidence related to the shooting at Keith Street and Thomas Avenue.
On March 5, police explained homicide detectives served search and arrest warrants on the 2500 block of Arelious Walker Drive and found Denise Lasha Johnson. Once at the residence, authorities indicated they discovered Romony Wilson “inside the residence and developed probable cause to arrest him for firearms-related charges.”
Woodson was taken to the San Francisco County Jail on one charge of murder, carrying a loaded firearm with intent to commit a felony, and one charge of a prohibited person carrying a loaded firearm in public.
The SFPD indicated they booked Johnson at the county jail for one charge of murder, carrying a loaded firearm with intent to commit a felony, a prohibited person carrying a loaded firearm in public, and conspiracy.
Wilson was booked at the San Francisco County Jail on two counts of a convicted felon in possession of firearms, possession of an assault weapon, possession of a large-capacity firearm magazine, and child endangerment.
The SFPD is still investigating the case. Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to call 1-415-575-4444 or text TIP411 and start the message with “SFPD.”