SAN FRANCISCO—On Friday, May 22, three male San Francisco residents appeared in San Francisco court, after being arrested for several armed robberies in April. They are also facing charges for the murder of a pedestrian they hit during their crime spree.
The three suspects are Robert Pelesauma, Hunter Sagaiga, and Faavesi Koka; all between the ages of 18 and 19. Their individual bail was set at $5 million each.
The suspects committed several armed robbeires in San Francisco and allegedly three hold-ups the night of the hit-and-run on April 10. Fleeing from the police after a robbery near Clay and Larkin Streets at around 10 p.m., the suspects driving a black Toyota Corolla struck 42-year-old Bridget Klecker, a San Francisco resident and café manager. She was announced dead upon arrival at the hospital.
Their vehicle later struck a second pedestrian in the SOMA neighborhood, who sustained non-life threatening injuries according to reports.
All three teens are facing charges that include robbery, police evasion, conspiracy and possible homicide.
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