Suspect in Cash App founder killing makes court appearance
The 38-year-old tech consultant charged with the murder of Cash App founder Bob Lee made his first appearance in a San Francisco courtroom Friday but did not enter a plea.
Nima Momeni, who police say knew Lee, is now scheduled to be arraigned on April 25.
The judge ordered Momeni held in jail without bail, as requested by San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins. He faces 26 years to life in prison, the prosecutor’s office said.
Momeni appeared in court in an orange sweatshirt and pants. He did not speak...