Skyline student murdered in San Francisco

1986-2006 ()

1986-2006 ()

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A Skyline student was stabbed to death during an altercation over a parking space in San Francisco at 12:06 a.m. on Sept. 16. San Francisco Police arrested a suspect later that night.Nineteen-year-old Boris Albinder was on his way to a party on the 3900 block of Geary Boulevard in San Francisco when his friend, who was holding a parking space for him, was assaulted by multiple suspects over the space. The incident began when the surviving victim was bumped by a van that pulled up attempting to take the parking spot. A number of suspects then got out of the vehicle and began to assault him. Albinder got out of his car to assist his friend, when the driver of the van allegedly stabbed him. Twenty-five-year-old, Pounloeu Chea, a Cambodian-American male from San Francisco, is being held on one count of homicide and five counts of assault with a deadly weapon. His arrest was made after SFPD pulled the van over on the 300 block of Leavenworth Street in San Francisco at 12:38 a.m. No other suspects have been arrested.Albinder, a Pacifica resident, who was a steadfast athlete, graduated from St. Ignatius College Preparatory High School in 2005 and was currently enrolled at Skyline College.Funeral services were held Sept. 20 at Hills of Eternity Memorial Park in Colma.