3 detained in North Bay in SF homicide investigation

San Francisco police on Thursday detained three people in the North Bay in connection with a homicide that occurred Wednesday near San Francisco’s Union Square.

Police said they found an unconscious man with serious injuries in the 500 block of Post Street near Mason Street shortly after 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Paramedics provided aid but the man, identified by the medical examiner’s office as 31-year-old Andrew Emmett, died at the scene. The death was determined to be a homicide.

Following interviews and evidence, investigators searched a home in Petaluma and detained three persons of interest.

The homicide marks the sixth reported in San Francisco so far this year.

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