The teenage defendant's grandmother, Ollie Barksdale, confirmed he is a member of the same family targeted in the Franklin Villa injunction. She also said she thinks her grandson is innocent.The third homicide attributed to the G-Mobb-Fourth Avenue faceoff was the June 11, 2006, downtown killing of Eric Anthony Young, 19. He was gunned down on Sixth and L streets, outside the Macy's entrance to Downtown Plaza, a very public slaying that shook bystanders.A Sacramento jury in April convicted a Fourth Avenue Blood named Miguel Soto Enriquez, who was 16 at the time of the shooting. Judge Michael P. Kenny sentenced Enriquez to life with no parole.Witnesses told police investigators that Enriquez's friends had confronted Young's group, which included at least two G-Mobb members. The two sides had prepared for a fistfight when Enriquez pulled a gun and shot Anthony and another youth, witnesses said. The second youth suffered critical injuries but survived.Eric Young's mother, Sarah, prepared a statement read on her behalf at the sentencing."Innocent people are getting murdered all around this city because of gang members like Miguel Soto Enriquez," she said. "The next time, it may be your family, loved ones or friends."