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Police: Suspect arrested in SoMa stabbing also under investigation in Christmas Eve death

A man arrested after a stabbing in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood early Christmas morning that left a woman with life-threatening injuries is also being looked at as a suspect in a fatal stabbing on Christmas Eve.

Michael Jacobs, 27, was arrested early this morning after a 46-year old was found with life-threatening stab wounds in the first block of Third Street around 12:40 a.m.

Police were able to get a suspect description and arrested Jacobs, who they described as a transient.

Detectives are now investigating whether Jacobs is connected to a fatal stabbing that occurred the previous day just after 5:30 p.m. on the 400 block of Jessie Street near Sixth and Mint streets.

The victim in that case, who has been identified as 64-year-old San Francisco resident Christine Moyer, died at the scene.Crime

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