Tenderloin brawl leads to shooting early Sunday

A wild brawl between two groups of people ended with a shooting in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood early Sunday morning, police said.

A large fight broke out between two groups of people armed with various weapons including baseball bats and machetes around 1:15 a.m. in the 600 block of Eddy Street, according to police.

During the brawl, a male suspect pulled out a gun and shot a 34-year-old man, police said.

The victim was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries.

The suspect was last seen running east on Eddy Street and then north on Larkin Street. Police did not release a detailed description or name for the suspect.

Untitled-1

Read more criminal justice news on the Crime Ink page in print. Follow us on Twitter: @sfcrimeink

Just Posted

10,000 e-scooters? Not so fast — SF slashes fleet sizes before launch

A plan for 4,000 e-scooters to hit San Francisco streets Tuesday has… Continue reading

Newsom calls on PG&E to repay customers impacted by power outages

After last week’s Public Safety Power Shutoff by PG&E that left more… Continue reading

You’ve heard of the Clinton Park boulders. Now, meet the Ingleside Pathway blockade

Move over Clinton Park boulders, you’ve got competition. While weeks ago a… Continue reading

Five injured after three vehicles collide on Divisadero and Hayes

Five people were injured - one of them with life-threatening injuries -… Continue reading

Most Read