* Walter Bell Oakland Man Arrested For The Murder Of Rylan Fuchs On of El Capitan Drive

Published by on November 19, 2009



A 19-year-old Oakland man was charged today with the murder of Rylan Fuchs, a 17-year-old Danville boy who was shot on his front porch in January, prosecutor Harold Jewett said today.Walter Bell, 19, was arrested Wednesday and charged today with murder, robbery and the special-circumstance allegation that he killed Fuchs in the commission of a robbery, Jewett said.Danville police said Fuchs was shot at about 9:15 p.m. on Jan. 20 as he stood on the front porch of his family’s home in the 1000 block of El Capitan Drive.Investigators from the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office took Bell into custody Wednesday after he was released from Alameda County jail, where he was being held on an unrelated robbery charge.According to Jewett, Fuchs had agreed to meet Bell on the night of the shooting to sell him a “fairly sizable amount of marijuana.”But when Bell approached Fuchs’ house, Jewett said, he was allegedly holding a gun and attempted to scare Fuchs into giving up the marijuana without payment.”According to Bell, the gun accidentally discharged and he and his cohorts ran away,” Jewett said. fuchs, a senior at San Ramon Valley High School, was taken to John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, where he died the next morning, police said. Jewett said he couldn’t discuss how many people are believed to have been with Bell during the alleged robbery and shooting because it is an ongoing investigation.Shortly after the shooting, police said they had arrested a 15-year-old Oakland boy. Jewett said that the boy is still being investigated in connection with the robbery.

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  1. Bill Fuchs on Tue, 13th Dec 2011 7:00 am 

    The criminal justice system of Contra Costa county has displayed its incompetence by not yet bringing this case to trial. The DAs office has changed prosecutors three times, but is still incapable of trying this case until September 2012, although they have a confession on video and 40+ hours of videoed corroborating evidence. The judicial system in this county has taken the concept of “due process” and has distorted it to a point that it doesn’t exist.




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