2 teens arrested for shooting near SF Pride
SAN FRANCISCO (KABC) -- Two teenagers were arrested for shooting five people in San Francisco, just blocks away from the city's gay pride celebrations.
The shooting happened shortly after 6 p.m. on Saturday near Market and Seventh streets. Two people were shot in the leg and one was shot in the buttocks, while two other victims were shot in the torso, according to Lt. Troy Dangerfield of the San Francisco Police Department.
Investigators believe the shootings weren't connected to the celebrations but instead targeted two gang members who were shot. Three innocent bystanders were also shot.
Police say the two suspects are 16 and 18 years old and are now facing assault with a deadly weapon and gang charges.
shooting, san francisco, california news
- DUI driver slams car into LA home; girl dead
- 2 nurses stabbed in separate hospital attacks
- Teen survives CA to HI flight in wheel well
- 3 new Hollywood sex abuse lawsuits expected
- LAPD officer hurt in Northridge 4-car crash
- LA coach gets 130 years in child molest case
- Oxnard pedestrian hit at intersection, dies
- Bus crash: Driver remembered as a 'hero'
- Drone in Yemen kills 9 al Qaeda members
- SKorea ferry accident death toll at 58
- abcnews: Dashcams capture possible meteorite
- Kevin Sharp, country singer, dies at age 43
- 'Capt. America' tops box office for 3rd week
- OTRC: Kate Mara on 'Transcendence,' terrorist role