KTVU-TV San Francisco reports that nine people were wounded following a Sunday night concert in the city’s Tenderloin District sponsored by Clear Channel’s KMEL-FM. None of the wounds were life-threatening and the shooter is still being sought.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, one man was detained by police after the shooting, but he was determined not to be the gunman. Police have been seeking eyewitnesses who can identify the man who did the shooting.
The concert itself, promoted as the “KMEL House of Soul,” had no reports of violence. Afterward, in the street, a fist-fight erupted between four men. Then, police said, another man who had not been involved walked up and began shooting.
According to the KMEL website, the concert had featured Trey Songz and LeToya.