An update to a story that R20 mentioned last month: San Francisco police still have made no arrests and apparently have no suspects after the brutal slaying of a gay man discovered in his apartment August 3 ...
But over the weekend authorities released a screen capture from video surveillance that shows a "person of interest", reports the San Francisco Chronicle.
Video surveillance shows a man in a teal jacket and carrying a checkered bag entering the apartment building with Clyde Leo Neville, said [police]. Neville was later found dead in his apartment on Franklin Street between Market and Oak streets. Police have not released the cause. The identity of the man in the video is not known, and photos that police released are blurry.
There were no signs of forced entry and Neville's body was found partially clothed. Police believed the 51-year-old man was killed after "hooking up" with somebody. Neville was reportedly beaten to death.
Neville had AIDS and lived in subsidized housing for low-income and disabled people living with HIV/AIDS, relatives told the Bay Area Reporter. Neville reportedly "regularly attended" meetings of the Black Brothers Esteem program, which is a prevention and empowerment invention by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.
HIV/AIDS cases are rapidly increasing among San Francisco's Black and Latino gay men. Black men account "for the highest incidence rates of HIV cases among men" in San Francisco, BAR reported in May.
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