Tenderloin Shooting Rampage: Five shot, one dead
Two shot in Bayview
By Brent Begin, Bay City News Service
April 14, 2007
SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) - Police report that a suspect is
in custody on suspicion of a shooting in San Francisco's Tenderloin
district this morning that left one woman dead and four others
in serious condition.
The shooting occurred at around 12:05 a.m. on the 300 block of
Eddy Street, according to a police operations officer.
Five victims - three men and two women - were transported to
San Francisco General Hospital, where one of the women, who investigators
believe was in her 40s, was later pronounced dead.
Police describe the suspect as a man in his early 30s.
Police also reported two other, separate shootings that occurred
later in the morning in the city's Bayview district.
A vehicle carrying several female passengers was caught in the
crossfire of shots fired between two groups of men at the Chevron
gasoline station at Jerrold Avenue and Bayshore Boulevard at around
2:20 a.m., the officer said.
A woman in her early 20s riding in the vehicle suffered a gunshot
wound to an ear during the shooting. No suspects were arrested.
A man was also shot in the chest at around 1:30 a.m. on the unit
block of Nichols Way, police reported. The man was transported
to San Francisco General Hospital where he is in stable condition
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