Woman Shot In San Francisco Potrero Hill Neighborhood; 1 Arrested

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – A woman was shot in the ankle at an apartment in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood Thursday morning, a police spokesman said.

The shooting was reported at about 7:30 a.m. in the 1000 block of Connecticut Street, near 25th Street.

Police Lt. Troy Dangerfield said the woman, who is in her 40s, was with a man in the apartment when she was shot by a second man.

He said the woman and the shooter know each other but that the shooting does not appear to be a case of domestic violence.

Police were still investigating the circumstances and the motive.

The woman was taken to a hospital and the shooter was arrested.

Earlier, police had indicated that  up to four people may have been shot.  The reports proved to be inaccurate.

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Comments

One Comment

  1. John Flood says:

    Awesome how you can display your misery and ignorance in two sentences..

  2. Mari says:

    John, nobody asked you shee-it, okay… and I stand by my alleged “misery” and “ignorance” according to who? You? Yea, right jacka$$!

  3. oldfart says:

    this is reason #74 to stop building subsidized housing, the cost of her free medical will cost us over $25,000

  4. dudehowcrazy says:

    Maybe it was a white woman in the Zynga offices. Or, maybe it was ghettofied licorice cap from the south side of the hill. My money’s on the white woman in the Zynga offices, probably had an accident while dramatizing a Mafia Wars battle.

  5. louie says:

    Where do you find this ‘news’ and these writers??

  6. Sabby says:

    Can someone tell me again why we have “public housing”?

  7. Chuck Sherman Jr says:

    A shooting??? In Portrero Hill??? OMG!!! This is nature’s way of thinning the inferior hurd from society!!!

  8. d-up says:

    Is that what the did at the bart station as well?

  9. d-up says:

    That should be “they” in the original post.

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