Man stabbed with his own screwdriver during Tenderloin robbery 

A man was stabbed with his own screwdriver during a robbery Saturday, among many crimes last weekend.

200 block of Leavenworth Street
5 p.m. Saturday

A 46-year-old man was beaten, robbed and stabbed with his own screwdriver, cops said. The victim was approached by two men, one in his 40s the other of unknown age. They punched him several times and took his screwdriver. The bastards then stabbed the victim with his own screwdriver before robbing him of his cash. One of the creeps was arrested. The victim was treated at the hospital for his nonlife-threatening injuries.

1700 block of McKinnon Street
3:37 a.m. Sunday

Two men were stabbed during a large fight, cops said. The victims, 26 and 32, sustained nonlife-threatening injuries. They were uncooperative with police.

Mission Street and Van Ness Avenue
11:15 p.m. Sunday

An 34-year-old man was robbed on the 14-Mission Muni bus, police said. An 18-year-old man approached the victim and demanded his cash and property. He then punched the victim in the face and snatched his MP3 player. The crook left the bus and fled on foot.

500 block of South Van Ness Avenue
2:04 p.m. Sunday

A 55-year-old man was stabbed during the course of an argument, police said. The victim was arguing with a 37-year-old woman who proceeded to stab him in his left forearm with a knife. The knife-wielding wench was arrested by police and the victim was treated at the hospital for his injuries, which were not life threatening.

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