5 stabbed in multiple SF incidents since last Friday

Five stabbing victims were reported to police in San Francisco since last Friday, police said.

The most recent stabbings happened during a fist fight in the Excelsior neighborhood, police said. At least one of three suspects wielded a knife, cutting a 30-year-old man and stabbing a 25-year-old man in the back at Mission Street and Persia Avenue early Sunday.

Police responded just before 5 a.m. but the suspects fled on foot. Both victims are expected to survive.

Early Saturday, a 38-year-old man walked into his house in Bayview Hunters Point when the suspect, a 30-year-old woman, started yelling at him, police said. He tried to walk away from her and was hit in the back of the head with a sharp object.

The man ran from his home on the 200 block of Middle Point Road to his neighbor’s house and called 911 around 3:20 a.m., police said. The woman was not arrested.

He was taken to St. Luke’s Hospital with a laceration to the back of his head not considered life threatening.

On Friday night, a 28-year-old woman was waiting for a ride in Bayview when three suspects assaulted her. She was somewhere along McKinnon Street when the suspects pulled her hair from behind and stabbed her in the buttocks, police said.

The woman’s ride arrived around 7:30 p.m., noticed that she was bleeding and drove her to San Francisco General Hospital, police said.

The suspects are unknown.

Friday afternoon, two men were in an argument on Ellis and Taylor streets in the Tenderloin when one man stabbed the other in the torso with a knife, police said.

The 30-year-old stabbing victim was taken to SFGH around 2:51 p.m. and is expected to survive. The suspect, who fled on foot, has not been arrested.

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