Two stabbed to death in less than a week in the Tenderloin

A man was stabbed to death in the Tenderloin early Monday morning, according to police.

The killing occurred around 2:20 a.m. near the corner of Hyde and Eddy streets.

So far, few details other than the time and location of the slaying have been released.

Meanwhile, the name of another man stabbed to death last week — killed in the same neighborhood — was released by the Medical Examiner’s Office.

The Oakland resident, Kito Fields, 39, was found early Thursday morning.

Fields’ death was reported at 1:53 a.m. near Larkin and McAllister streets, according to police.

Bay City News Service contributed to this story.

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