A man was convicted Wednesday of first-degree murder for a fatal stabbing in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood last year, prosecutors said Thursday.
The investigation into the fatal stabbing of a Dodgers fan near AT&T park last week has prompted a divide between police and the district attorney’s office in San Francisco.
The stabbing death of Jonathan Denver, 24, who died during a confrontation between his group of Dodgers fans and Giants fans following a game between the two teams earlier this month, was still fresh on the minds of baseball enthusiasts on Sunday, the last game of the season for San Francisco.
Robert Preece spoke in front of AT&T Park’s iconic Willie Mays statue Sunday and said he believes bystanders used mobile devices to record a fight that ended with the death of 24-year-old Jonathan Denver.
The father of a Dodgers fan fatality stabbed during a melee with Giants fans is planning to make a public plea for witnesses to the incident after San Francisco’s district attorney said he lacks evidence to charge the man suspected of the killing.
A 21-year-old man suspected of killing a Los Angeles Dodgers fan near AT&T Park was released Friday night, after the San Francisco District Attorney said more information is needed before charges can be filed.
San Francisco police say a second suspect has been released in connection with the fatal stabbing of a Los Angeles Dodgers fan.
Visiting fans clad in their team’s colors could always expect ridicule, and sometimes worse, in the stands. But now, for the second time in three seasons, serious violence outside the stadium has marred the rivalry.
A Los Angeles Dodgers fan was stabbed to death after his team played the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park on Wednesday night, and police said Thursday one of two men detained in the attack would be charged with homicide.
A woman who was stabbed to death allegedly by her husband at their Napa home early Thursday morning has been identified as 41-year-old Esperanza Robledo Vega, police said Friday.