An employee at a market on San Francisco's Haight Street accused of shooting a customer in the back during a dispute over a dog in February had attempted murder charges dropped against him Wednesday but was ordered to stand trial on lesser charges in the case. Read More
A homeless man allegedly shot by a store employee in the Haight following a dispute that began over a Chihuahua is suing the store’s owners, saying the incident left him permanently disabled.
Attorneys for Michael Stafford, who frequented Fred’s New Lite Market before the Feb. 9 shooting, filed the civil lawsuit in San Francisco Superior Court on April 6. Read More
The Haight Street merchant accused of shooting a customer in the back during a spat over a chubby Chihuahua was sent back to jail Tuesday after his bail was raised.
A judge granted prosecutors’ request to increase 43-year-old Sam Kazzouh’s bail from $50,000 to $300,000, according to the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office. Read More
He survived gunfire after a fight between his owner and a local shopkeeper, but Gizmo -- a chubby, pink-sweater-wearing Chihuahua -- was no match for street traffic.Gizmo ran in to traffic on Masonic Avenue, Friday afternoon following yet another argument his caretakers became involved in, Police Capt. Denis O’Leary said. He was struck by a vehicle and killed. Read More
An employee at a market in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood pleaded not guilty Wednesday morning to charges that he shot a customer after an argument over a dog last week. Read More
An argument over a chubby Chihuahua in a pink polka-dotted sweater resulted in a Haight Street merchant shooting and critically injuring a customer in front of his market, according to police. The victim, identified by friends as a Haight resident named Mike, was under the knife Wednesday afternoon, clinging to his life. The Chihuahua, named Gizmo, is fine and being cared for by friends. Read More