Voters allow several Bay Area school districts to increase property taxes. A San Francisco man was arrested and charged last week in connection to the alleged torture and murder of a man whose body was found stuffed into a suitcase and tossed into the San Francisco Bay, officials said on Monday. Leave a memory, tell a favorite story or share a kind word or condolence. He had behavioral issues and was taking several medications at the time, but after sometime with Randall and Saldivar, he stopped taking his medications and stopped acting out. A second, unnamed person was also arrested and is being transported to San Francisco to face charges in the killing, prosecutors said. He works out of San Francisco’s Hall of Justice where he keeps watch on the city’s courts and hits the streets to expose the darker side of a city undergoing rapid change. With over 2,000 locations, Dignity Memorial providers proudly serve over 375,000 families a year. Mutual Fund and ETF data provided by Refinitiv Lipper. Gerald W. Rowe (left) and Angel Anderson’s (right) booking photos. Prosecutors described the grisly details of the slaying of 23-year-old George Randall Saldivar in a motion to detain the defendant without bail that was filed Monday in San Francisco Superior Court. "Defendant Rowe then eats junk food and plays his guitar over the suitcase," states the court documents. She stuffs Randall-Saldivar inside and eventually seals the suitcase in plastic. Between February 3-5, according to court documents, the video shows both defendants and the victim having consensual sex in Rowe's apartment. “I hoped and I believe he knew if he needed something he could tell me,” Dufty said. They adopted Randall-Saldivar when he was 10 years old in 2004 out of the foster care system. He had been a client at Larkin Street Youth Services, where he received assistance and housing in one of their buildings in the Tenderloin. Investigators said a second unidentified person also participated in the killing. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Market data provided by Factset. People may remain anonymous.Update: 03/07/19: This article has been updated to include Anderson's arraignment and attorneys.Update: 3/21/19: This article has been updated to include Anderson's LGBT identity.Contact the reporter at firstname.lastname@example.org. The footage, prosecutors said, shows Rowe and the accomplice having consensual sex inside a home on the 1272 block of Market Street on Feb. 3 before Randall-Saldivar shows up at the front door. Both Rowe and the co-conspirator yanked on the rope, placed a bag over the victim’s head and injected him with a narcotic officials believe may be fentanyl, prosecutors said. The Dignity Memorial brand name is used to identify a network of licensed funeral, cremation and cemetery providers that include affiliates of Service Corporation International, 1929 Allen Parkway, Houston, Texas. He moved to the Bay Area from Oregon where he grew up and worked as a journalist for several years. She is being represented by private attorneys, Michael Gaines and George Borges, who did not respond to comment. story. You've successfully subscribed to this newsletter! He’s covered some of the biggest Bay Area news stories in recent memory, including wildfires, mass shootings and criminal justice reform efforts in San Francisco. Rowe and his accomplice then place Randall-Saldivar in the suitcase, and push it into a corner where it sits for an entire day, Swart wrote. Sure, he acted out at times, but the new routine put him on the path he always needed. The body of George Randall Saldivar, 23, was discovered earlier this month floating near Pier 39, The San Francisco Chronicle reported. "If you go by statistics, in seven or eight years he would have ended up homeless, drug addicted, or in prison. Quotes displayed in real-time or delayed by at least 15 minutes. “Mr. Gerald Rowe was arrested Friday and charged with murder with the special circumstances of lying in wait and torture, along with charges of conspiracy, torture, kidnapping, battery with serious bodily injury, false imprisonment, possession of a firearm by a felon and drug offenses. George Randall-Saldivar was less than 8 years old when he was found wandering the streets of San Francisco’s Chinatown. Social workers placed him in foster care, and by 2003, he was adopted by two loving dads. After the victim collapses, the defendants place him on the bed and "begin to slap" him.