Woman struck in weekend’s 2nd domestic violence-related shooting

An Oakland man allegedly shot a 40-year-old woman he was ordered to stay away from in Potrero Hill Sunday, marking the second domestic violence-related shooting of the weekend.

King Dallas, 33, was arrested on suspicion of shooting the woman in the shin on a sidewalk near 25th and Dakota streets around 3:09 p.m., Officer Grace Gatpandan said. It’s unclear their relationship but the suspect and victim have a history of intimacy.

Gunfire was heard after an argument broke out between the shooter and woman, a witness told police. The man opened fire and then ran away.

Then at about 3:27 p.m., someone called police and said a man was trespassing in the backyard of a residence about two blocks away from the shooting at 26th and Wisconsin streets.

When officers responded they found Dallas in a parking lot behind the backyard, police said.

Dallas was then arrested without incident. He was booked into County Jail the next day on suspicion of attempted murder, assault with a firearm, domestic violence and disobeying a criminal protective order from 2014.

The woman was taken to San Francisco General Hospital for treatment and is expected to survive.

On Saturday, 32-year-old Everick Stephenson was arrested in connection with an unrelated homicide case, in which he allegedly shot and killed a woman he was intimate with.

Stephenson is alleged to have fatally shot Lisa Broussard, 43, inside a Silver Terrace apartment.

Her death was The City’s 28th homicide of the year and first domestic violence-related killing since Oct. 14.CrimeDomestic ViolenceDomestic Violence ShootingSan Francisco CrimeShooting

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