Jury Fails To Reach Conviction In Stabbing, SFPD Shooting Incident A wheelchair-bound man accused of stabbing a San Francisco police officer before being shot by officers in January was found not guilty by a jury of charges of assaulting a police officer, although jurors deadlocked on other charges in the case.
Man Shot By SFPD Officer Pleads Not Guilty To AssaultA San Francisco man shot by police earlier this month in the South of Market neighborhood after allegedly stabbing one officer with a knife pleaded not guilty Wednesday in court to assault charges.
Man Shot By SFPD Officers Facing Assault ChargesA 55-year-old man shot last week by San Francisco police after allegedly stabbing an officer is due in court next week on charges of assault with a deadly weapon.

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