Knives aplenty for crimes during Thanksgiving weekend

Knife-wielding thugs shed blood during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

Rice and Mission streets
5:25 a.m., Monday

A 32-year-old man was seriously injured after being stabbed. The motive for their altercation was not immediately known. The suspect, a 34-year-old man, was arrested.

Turk and Jones streets
2:28 a.m., Friday

An argument between two men led to a stabbing. A 24-year-old victim was knifed three times. The injury was not life threatening.

Leavenworth and Ellis streets
2:30 a.m., Friday

Five thugs jumped a 19-year-old man walking down the street. During the fight he was stabbed in the abdomen. The victim hopped a cab to the hospital. His injury was not life threatening

Third and Evans streets
7:15 p.m., Wednesday

A 23-year-old woman was punched by thugs wearing ski masks on the Muni T-Third line. They held a knife to her ribs, scratching her, as they stole her cellphone, cash and medication. She was not seriously injured.

maldax@sfexaminer.com

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