DEVELOPING: Gun in fatal San Francisco shooting belonged to federal agent 

The gun used to fatally shoot a woman on the San Francisco Embarcadero belonged to a federal agent, sources confirmed Tuesday.

AS REPORTED BY THE L.A. TIMES:

Kathryn Steinle, 32, was shot once in the back Wednesday while strolling on the tourist-friendly waterfront with her father. She died at a hospital a short time later.

Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, 52, pleaded not guilty earlier Tuesday to a  murder charge and was being held on $5 million bail. In an interview with KGO-TV, which first reported the gun’s connection to the federal agent, Lopez-Sanchez said he had found the weapon wrapped in a T-shirt on the ground near a bench, and that it had accidentally fired when he touched it.

But he also said he had taken strong sleeping pills and his memory was murky.

No additional details about the gun were available Tuesday. The district attorney’s office declined to comment.

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Gun in fatal San Francisco shooting belonged to federal agent – LA Times


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