San Francisco, CA – District Attorney Brooke Jenkins announced today that San Francsico residents Jeremiah Fisher (28), Deniro Gulley (24), Jamaree Willis (21) and Chase Goodspeed-Taylor (25) have been charged in connection to the June 5, 2023, Rose Street homicide. All four individuals were arraigned on September 28, 2023, and each pled not guilty to all charges and allegations.
Mr. Fisher, Mr. Willis, and Mr. Goodspeed-Taylor are charged with murder (PC 187(a)) with an allegation that they personally discharged a firearm during the commission of the murder (PC 12022.53(D)). Mr. Gulley is charged with murder (PC 187(a)) with an allegation that a principal in the murder was armed with a firearm (PC 12022(a)(1)). Mr. Fisher, Mr. Taylor, and Mr. Gulley are also charged with being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm (PC 29800(a)(1) and carrying a loaded firearm (PC 25850(A)), while Mr. Willis is charged with carrying a loaded firearm – unregistered (PC 25850(a)).
Mr. Gulley and Mr. Willis are also each charged with 14 counts of burglary (PC 459), and Mr. Taylor is charged with seven counts of burglary (PC 459). It is also alleged that Mr. Gulley, Mr. Willis, and Mr. Taylor committed these crimes while they were released from custody in felony offenses while on bail and on their own recognizance (PC 12022.1(b)).
“I would like to thank the San Francisco Police Department for their outstanding investigation that has led to the identification and arrest of these individuals,” said District Attorney Brooke Jenkins. “These men will be vigorously prosecuted and held accountable for their crimes.”
According to San Francisco Police on Monday June 5, 2023, at approximately 7:08 pm, San Francisco Police officers from Northern Station responded to the area of Rose and Webster streets on a report of a shooting. Prior to the officer’s arrival, dispatch advised the officers that a victim from the shooting was driven to the hospital. A 25-year-old male victim was dropped off at a local hospital with life-threatening injuries. Despite efforts by medical personnel, the victim succumbed to his injuries.
San Francisco Police arrested three of the suspects on August 9, 2023, following the execution of search warrants around the Bay Area. Mr. Goodspeed-Taylor was also arrested on August 9, 2023, by authorities in Alabama.
The next court date for each defendant, is October 31, 2023, for the preliminary hearing in this matter. The court granted the People’s motion to detain each defendant in custody and set no bail. If convicted of all charges, and all allegations are found to be true, each defendant is facing more than 25 years to life in State Prison.
Although charges have been filed, this remains an active investigation. Anyone with information is asked to call the San Francisco Police Department Tip Line at 1-415-575-4444 or Text a Tip to TIP411 and begin the text message with SFPD. You may remain anonymous.