STOCKTON, CA - A man accused of shooting one person to death and injuring six others at a Tracy restaurant on Nov. 10 last year, has been found guilty on 14 felony counts including murder, attempted murder and possession of a loaded firearm, according to authorities.
Tracy police spokesman Sgt. Tony Sheneman said 24-year-old Michael Mau, of Tracy, pulled out a handgun and opened fire after being escorted out of Amore's Restaurant on West 11th Street around 1 a.m. that Saturday.
Naim Bey, 41, of Tracy, died two days later from injuries he sustained in teh shooting.
Mau, along with three others with him that night, are all documented gang members, said Sheneman. Elvis Mendoza, Johnny Martinez and Cecilia Colon were all charged as accessories to murder.
Tracy police investigators described the shooting as the most serious gang incident in the city's history.
Mau will be sentenced in San Joaquin County court on Jan. 10, 2011 at 1:30 p.m.