The Hayward man arrested in connection with a botched robbery at a San Ramon jewelry store that ended in has been charged with murder, the Contra County District Attorney's Office announced Tuesday.
Krishneel Prasad, 19, was charged with murder and three counts of armed robbery. He was Friday and is being held at the Martinez Detention Facility on $300,000 bail.
San Ramon police say Prasad and three other men tried to rob the jewelry store last Wednesday.
One of the suspects, , who lived in Hayward and , was waving a gun and making threatening statements, police said. The owner of the store, Everett Parvin, 61, of Dublin, shot Bairu once, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Bairu then stumbled out of the store, collapsed on San Ramon Valley Boulevard and later died at San Ramon Regional Medical Center.
Prasad can be charged with murder because in California if a death occurs as a result of criminal activity, the suspects involved can be charged with murder to any deaths connected to the crime.
Parvin won't face any criminal charges, The Chronicle reports.
San Ramon police are still looking for two suspects in the attempted robbery. If you have information, contact San Ramon police at 925-973-2700.