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Updated: An arrest has been made in the drive-by shooting that left a 29-year-old with a gunshot wound to the chest on March 21.

Abigail Solis-Perez, a 20-year-old San Francisco resident, has been booked on attempted murder and conspiracy charges, according to Officer Albie Esparza, the San Francisco Police Department’s public information officer.

The third shooting in the Mission District since Saturday happened at 22nd and South Van Ness, just two blocks from a shooting early Saturday morning that left one man in life-threatening condition. Esparza said that there is no indication that the shootings are related.

At 10:56 p.m. on Monday night, a 29-year-old man was leaving his home on South Van Ness when he was hit in the chest by an 18-year-old man driving by in a white car. The suspect was driving with Solis-Perez and shot several times at the victim with a handgun.

Although shot in the chest, the victim was left in non-life-threatening condition. It appears that the victim and suspects are “known to each other,” said Esparza. The 18-year-old suspect has not been arrested.

Also on Monday at midnight, a 25-year-old woman was walking to her car on Guerrero between 15th and 16th when two men — one 16 years old, the other in his early 20s — approached her. The man in his 20s pulled out a gun and took the victim’s smart phone, purse, ID, and credit cards before both suspects fled the scene on foot.

The police later arrested the 16-year-old suspect.

And Tuesday morning between 1 a.m. and 6:45 a.m., a man sleeping in his home on Treat between 20th and 21st woke up to discover his laptop, bicycles, and backpacks stolen in an apparent hot prowl robbery. There are no suspects.

We will update this post as we get new information.

Crime is trauma and the county offers different services. Here is a link to a page of services.

Victims of violent crime can also contact the Trauma Recovery Center at UCSF.

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  1. It’s typical for our current supervisor to keep quiet on such matters. For several years my neighbors and I have waited for a comprehensive  violence prevention initiative to be implemented for the safety of our neighborhood and our youth. Please consider endorsing a successor  that has real ties to community and not individuals with zero background on youth culture, job creation and youth and family advocacy.  Because if you do not, You are buying us a one way ticket to Nada!

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