UPDATE: San Francisco filmmaker Kevin Epps will not be charged in the fatal shooting of a man in his Glen Park home. The district attorney’s office tells KQED “There is insufficient evidence to charge the case at this time. The case remains under investigation.”
A video was posted to Epps’ Instagram feed Wednesday morning, tagged God is great #freshout , let me live. Blacklivesmatter#kevinepps I love my kids #kamaridakid @musicallytied. In the video, Epps can be heard to say “Man, it’s good to be out. This is a blessing.”
San Francisco police arrested Epps in connection with a fatal shooting in the Glen Park neighborhood Monday afternoon.
Paramedics who responded to the scene declared the victim, a man in his 40s, dead by gunshot. Neither the SFPD nor the Coroner’s office has identified the man, but the victim’s son, Marcus Polk, Jr, told NBC Bay Area it was his dad and that the two men, Polk, Sr. and Epps, argued before the shooting. CBS reported Epps is married to the woman Marcus Polk, Sr, used to be married to.