Police yesterday arrested a San Francisco resident in connection with a fatal stabbing last week in Hayes Valley.
Officers who were doing a well-being check at a residence on the 300 block of Hayes Street at 3pm on November 2nd discovered Keith Harris, 48, suffering from multiple stab wounds of the floor of his apartment.
Although paramedics were called to the scene and Harris was transported to the trauma center at San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH), he succumbed to his injuries.
Homicide investigators followed information that led Sheriff’s deputies to arrest Othman Al-Muttalaby, 26, yesterday at SFGH while he was being treated for an undisclosed injury at approximately 3:30pm.
After an interview with SFPD, Al-Muttalaby was booked in absentia on homicide charges.
According to The Bay Area Reporter, Al-Muttalaby, who also goes by the name Alkoraishie Ali, was reportedly Harris’ boyfriend. The paper reported that Harris’ building manager contacted police
Read more at: http://hoodline.com/2017/11/arrest-in-fatal-hayes-valley-stabbing
Hundreds of students and faculty trudged past police tape and a bloody crime scene Tuesday just hours after a Winnipeg Transit driver was stabbed and killed at a prominent confluence on campus.
The scene at the corner of Gillson Street and Dafoe Road is right outside Tache Hall; kitty corner to the school’s engineering building; a few hundred metres from University Centre and visible from a window seat at the Elizabeth Dafoe Library, the U of M’s most utilized resource centre.
Buses were slightly detoured while police investigated the death of Irvine Fraser, who was attacked and left for dead on Gillson, where a large pool of blood remained.
Students used camera phones to snap pictures of the scene, while some arriving later in the day were unaware anything had occurred until stumbling upon the scene and asking assembled media what happened.
Carlissa Dyck, a first-year student from Altona, said she takes the bus
Read more at: http://www.winnipegsun.com/2017/02/14/students-stunned-by-fatal-stabbing-of-bus-driver