A gloomy weekend in SF with a murder on Balmi Alley, three stab wounds on Saturday, human remains found near Vis Valley
SF police are looking for information on a number of violent crimes committed over the weekend, including Saturday morning’s murder on Balmi Alley and numerous human remains found on railroad tracks near the Visitation Valley.
San Francisco police committed a number of heinous crimes last weekend, and they are still searching for information and actively investigating most of these cases. KRON4 reports that Fr. Murder of the Missionary District at Balmy Alley around 2:30 a.m. Saturday, Mission Local reports another stab wound later Saturday and Monday morning police found human remains on railway tracks near the Visitation Valley, Bay City News reports.
As for the killing, SFPD said in a statement to SFist: “On Saturday, May 14, 2022, at approximately 2:35 a.m., San Francisco police officers from the Mission Police Department responded to District 24 and Balmy Street for a report. assault. Law enforcement officers who arrived at the scene found an adult man who did not respond. Medical workers provided assistance, however, despite the efforts made, the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. ”
It was the 16th homicide in San Francisco in a year suicide-suicide in Oceanview on April 20th. Like SFPD The CompStat dashboard tells usexactly 16 murders were recorded in the city last year.
Mission Local adds that around 5:30 p.m. on Saturday A 54-year-old man was stabbed, allegedly behind, on 24th and Mission streets. While the website only has additional information that there is a 30-year-old suspect who is still at large, they also report that “the stab wounds were one of three reported by the SFPD in San Francisco 14 May ».
On Monday, Bay City News reported that “police are investigating human remains found on railroad tracks” near the Visitation Valley on Bayshore Boulevard and Arlet Avenue. The only information so far is that the remains belonged to a man and that “city officials found the remains.” Obscene play was not discussed.
Anyone with information on these cases is asked to contact the 24-hour SFPD hotline at 415-575-4444 or send a message to TIP411 and start a message with SFPD.
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