Friday, August 15, 2008

Man Stabbed To Death On Market Street - Man Critically Injured In Mission District Shooting

San Francisco police are investigating a Thursday night shooting in the Mission District that has left a man in critical condition.

Police received a call at about 10:50 p.m. of a shooting in the 2200 block of Mission Street. Officers arrived to find an adult male suffering from a single gunshot wound, police said.

The victim was taken to San Francisco General Hospital where he is in critical condition, police said. No arrests have been made in connection with the shooting.

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Man fatally stabbed in S.F.

Steve Rubenstein

Friday, August 15, 2008
(08-15) 07:53 PDT SAN FRANCISCO -- A man was stabbed to death on Market Street in San Francisco on Friday following an early-morning fight, police said.
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Officers summoned to the scene of a reported "fight in progress" in the 1200 block of Market Street arrived at 1:55 a.m. to find the unidentified victim dead from multiple stab wounds.

There have been no arrests, police said.

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Anonymous said...

Hi Rah-- Once again thanks for compiling this stuff. And once again, I am making a request for more data (such as newspaper article links) on the homicides you list as "unknown" which the Chronicle doesn't list at all.


Rah said...

Sorry, I didn't see your first request...

The data is taken from the SFPD, via A few months ago the SFPD started recording crime data on the crime reports website, I guess to move ahead technologically from their old crime map. Crime reports isn't really that much more useful though it seems, as there's still a bunch of data missing, and you can only go back so far. Some of those murders I've listed are no longer on crime reports because they are now past the cut off date (currently February 15th). Here's the link:

Just look up homicides, and you'll see some of those 5 murders. I don't know what to think though, because the numbers released by the SFPD to the Chronicle don't include those 5...yet you go to crimereports from the SFPD website, and there they are. So what is it? Do we trust the SFgate map, or the Crimereports map, straight from the SFPD website? It seems you should be able to trust both, but everything is so inconsistent, you never really know. Anyways...I guess we'll find out the final answer at the end of the year.

Jerry Jarvis said...

Anonymous said...

Rah why do you keep reporting this as a homicide when it was a suicide?