San Francisco (cron) — Three people were injured after an incident at their home on Saturday night, the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) confirmed to KRON4. Officers arrived at the Juanita Way residence around 7:19 p.m., where he found three adults bleeding.
Police said the victim had a possible stab wound, an initial report said.
However, after further investigation, SFPD determined that the suspect had bitten two of the victims. A third victim was injured after hitting a door.
Medical staff were called to the scene to attend to the three victims, two of whom were taken to hospital for their injuries, according to the SFPD. I am hospitalized with no injuries. A third victim was treated at the scene and released by doctors.
The SFPD said it had detained the suspect. The suspect is a man whose age and place of residence have not been disclosed by the SFPD.
The victim was never identified by police.
Juanita Way is near Mt. Davidson. SFPD did not further specify where the residence was on Juanita Way.
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