Game Console Shooter Arrested, Police Say

Game Console Shooter Arrested, Police Say

SAN FRANCISCO — A San Francisco man was arrested Monday after he responded to an online ad for a video game console, and then allegedly shot the seller.

Ronnie Collins, 21, arranged to meet 22-year-old Ikenna Uwakah in Daly City to purchase a Sony PlayStation 4.

When Uwakah and his girlfriend arrived at the designated meeting place, Collins allegedly shot through the car window – killing Uwakah.

Collins fled the scene, but police eventually tracked him down. He was booked on suspicion of murder and attempted robbery.

Read more:

SF Gate: Suspect detained in S.F. game console killing

CBS: SF Bay Area: Online Seller Robbed, Shot, Killed By Suspect Posing As Buyer In San Francisco

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