Woman’s fingers slashed near Bernal Heights

A 50-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of slashing a woman with a knife early Saturday on San Jose Avenue near Bernal Heights.

Librado Jaramillo-Osorio is suspected of cutting the 22-year-old woman during an argument at San Jose Avenue and 30th Street around 1:36 a.m., police said. The woman’s fingers were sliced when she reportedly tried to take the knife away from Jaramillo-Osorio.

Officers responded and arrested Jaramillo-Osorio, who has no local address, at the scene. He was booked into County Jail on suspicion of two counts of assault with a knife.

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