December 6, 2017
If it wasn’t for slavery, they could have bought iPhones.
Alameda County Sheriff’s officials said two suspects accused of fatally shooting a man they met to buy an iPhone from in San Leandro have been arrested.
The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office says technology played a critical role in solving the case. Investigators served a search warrant to LetGo so they could see who Carlos had been speaking with over the app to sell his phone.
Officials said a man named Daniel Carlos was murdered in a gas station parking lot located at 159th and East 14th streets in San Leandro on Nov. 18.
They added that Carlos went to the gas station to meet with a person and sell an iPhone. During that meeting, officials said his iPhone was stolen and he was fatally shot.