Mother stabbed in fight over toddler in Bayview-Hunters Point

A 29-year-old mother was stabbed in the thigh Monday when she went to pick up her toddler from the baby’s father in Bayview-Hunters Point, police said.

The mother was greeted at the door of a residence on the first block of Rosie Lee Lane by Shadae Jasper, 30, of San Francisco, who then allegedly refused to let the 3 year old go with its mother, police said.

That’s when a fight broke out between the mother and suspect, until Jasper allegedly used a knife to slice the mother’s thigh, police said.

Officers responded around 6 p.m. and arrested Jasper on suspicion of felony child endangerment and two counts of felony assault with a deadly weapon. Jasper’s own child, an 11 year old, was also present during the altercation.

The wounded mother was treated by medics at the scene but refused to be taken to a local hospital. The mother was not the only person stabbed in The City on Monday.

Around 7:30 p.m., police said a 20-year-old man was stabbed in the thigh in South of Market.

The man was on the 800 block of Mission Street, near the Metreon, when he walked by a man in a wheelchair who shoved a knife into his thigh.

The victim continued to walk into a nearby store before realizing he’d been stabbed. The suspect, 58-year-old Benjamin Franklin Ridley, of San Francisco, was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon.

The victim was taken to a local hospital and is expected to survive.

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