Man, 20, sought by police in San Francisco, Vallejo murders 

At just 20 years old, Johnathan “John-John” Walker earned a spot on San Francisco’s 10 most wanted criminals list following a Bayview killing this year.

Now the feared parolee is being sought for two more Bay Area murders, police in Vallejo said Tuesday.

Walker is now the prime suspect in the 2008 fatal shooting of Charles Chandler II, of Vallejo, police spokesman Lt. Ken Weaver said. He is also wanted for shooting Michael Ross dead in that city on June 23 of this year, he said.

Walker joined San Francisco’s most wanted list following a shooting on Jan. 25 that killed 19-year-old Robert O’Bryant and injured another man inside a Bayview home.

OBryant was shot dead after he and the other victim were asked to leave a house party on the 1600 block of Kirkwood Avenue, San Francisco police said.

O’Bryant was the cousin of slain San Francisco prep football star David Henderson. Henderson was fatally shot in May about a block from where O’Bryant was killed.

Walker is also on parole for robbery and has an arrest history in Solano County.

Police say he is armed and dangerous, has not left the Bay Area and should not be approached if spotted. Walker has family and friends in San Francisco, Richmond, Oakland and Vallejo, Weaver said.

Walker stands about 6 feet tall, weighs 180 to 200 pounds, and has short black hair and brown eyes, Weaver said.

He has several tattoos on both arms that include hearts with ribbons and wings with ribbons, and words including “Tammy and Raysha,” “Louis and Daniel,” “RIP,” “SCUOP,” “TNT” and “SOUNG,” Weaver said.

San Francisco police, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, and the U.S. Marshals Office are also searching for Walker, Weaver said.

Anyone with information on Walker’s whereabouts is asked to call 911.

Examiner Staff Writer Dan Schreiber contributed to this report.

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