Four male suspects confronted a male victim at 6 p.m. while he pumped gas on the corner of 17th and Potrero streets and stole property from his car, police said. One of the suspects stabbed the victim twice. The victim drove himself to San Francisco General Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. No arrests have been made.
Gas station attendants at both stations at the intersection said they were unaware of the incident.
A male suspect entered a residence through the garage on the 300 block of Hill Street at 5 a.m. The victim confronted the suspect and said he was going to call the police. That was enough: the suspect fled.
No property was taken and no arrests have been made. Many neighboring residents said they were unaware of the incident. Some neighbors said a similar incident occurred in the past year in which a suspect entered a home and then fled via the roofs of the connected residences before being arrested.
At 2:34 a.m. an unknown suspect shouted epithets at three victims, a female and two males, inside a restaurant on 16th and Guerrero streets.
The suspect punched the female victim and struck the two male victims with a pipe before fleeing, according to police.
A neighbor said Monday he saw what looked like a fight that started down the street. The neighbor said he saw a male yelling at police that the incident was a hate crime. Another witness, bar owner Daniel Hawkins, said he saw a crowd of roughly 10 people gathered around two injured people.
He said he saw a female on the ground and bleeding. A shirtless male near her appeared unconscious. Hawkins said the cops showed up quickly. There were non-life-threatening injuries and no arrests were made.
Mabel Jiménez contributed to this story.