Two taken into custody San Francisco police custody
about double shooting
By Angela Hokanson, Bay City News Service
January 28, 2006
SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) -- San Francisco police have taken
two people into custody in connection with a double shooting incident
that occurred in the city's southeast section Friday night, according
to San Francisco police Officer George Swartz.
The first shooting victim was hit in the head and neck with what
appeared to be pellets from a shotgun, Swartz said. The shooting
occurred in the area of Quint Street and Maddux Avenue at around
According to police, a suspect in that shooting then ran to the
100 block of Topeka Avenue and shot a second victim in the hand
with what police believe was a semi-automatic gun.
Both victims were transported to San Francisco General Hospital.
Swartz did not have any information on the severity of the victims'
At around 11:25 p.m. Friday police took two people into custody
in connection with the double shooting. Police also recovered
a gun believed to be connected with the incident, Swartz said.
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