Second suspect arrested in 6-year-old's shooting death in San Francisco

Jace Young would have started First grade in San Francisco on Monday. SFPD announced a reward in his shooting death from July 4. 

San Francisco police on Wednesday, arrested a second suspect in the shooting death of a 6-year-old boy on the Fourth of July holiday in 2020. 

Police arrested Deshaune Lumpkin, 18, of San Francisco, on the 1100 block of Scott Street. Officers arrested him on suspicion of murder, attempted murder, and carrying a loaded firearm with the intent to commit a felony in connection to the homicide of Jace Young.

Lumpkin is believed to have been underage when the shooting happened.

Young was gunned down while watching holiday fireworks in the Bayview District. He was taken to the hospital where he later died. 

Earlier this year, police arrested 19-year-old James Harbor in connection to the shooting. He was booked on homicide and attempted homicide charges as another person was injured in the shooting. 

Police said while arrests have been made, this is an open and active investigation. 

Bay City News contributed to this report.