Oct 16, 2015

Officer-involved fatal shooting shuts down S.F.’s Market Street - SFGate

Officer-involved fatal shooting shuts down S.F.’s Market Street A police sergeant shot a man dead shortly after noon Thursday near the bustling intersection of Eighth and Market streets in downtown San Francisco when the suspect grabbed another sergeant’s gun, setting off a fatal struggle, police officials and witnesses said. Shoot him! the sergeant who was battling the man yelled to his...

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