Pit bull, man stabbed in North Beach
A pit bull and two men were stabbed in two separate incidents that happened in San Francisco early Friday morning.
The first happened when a man was standing with his pit bull in the area of Broadway and Kearny streets around 1:30 a.m., police said.
A male suspect approached and fought with the dog, brandished a knife and began to stab the animal, according to police. Another man got into the middle of the fight and was stabbed by the suspect, police said.
The man suffered injuries that were not believed to life-threatening, according to police. The pit bull was taken to a veterinarian for lacerations to a leg that were not life-threatening, police said.
A separate stabbing occurred near 16th and Mission streets around 3 a.m., when five men attacked a male victim, according to police.
The suspects robbed the man of his cellphone and cash and stabbed him in the leg before fleeing, police said. The man was transported to a hospital, where he is in stable condition, police said.
No arrests have been made in either case.