After nearly a month free of homicides, San Francisco experienced two this weekend: A fatal shooting on Friday afternoon, and a deadly stabbing early Sunday evening.

Information from the San Francisco Police Department remained scarce regarding both crimes Monday morning. Here what we were able to gather on the shooting Police say that a 27-year-old man was shot in the head at 4:43 p.m. Friday, at Third Street and Kirkwood Avenue (a clarification to the location of Third and LaSalle that was previously reported by Bayview Station Captain Raj Vaswani).

The victim was transported to a "local hospital," and at some point thereafter, he was pronounced dead. Monday morning, he was identified by the SF Medical Examiner's office as 28-year-old San Francisco resident Otis Williams.

Repeated calls from SFist to SFPD did not elicit any suspect information or details on the circumstances of the shooting Monday morning, but as of Friday Vaswani had tweeted that SFPD's Gang Task Force was on the case.

In addition, on Sunday at 6:20 p.m., a man aged somewhere between mid-20s to mid-30s was stabbed on Ceres Street, a short stretch of road that runs between Williams and Thornton Avenues.

He was transported to an area hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival. As of Monday morning, the SF Medical Examiner's office was still working to identify the victim.

According to an email from the SFPD, the suspect is a man in his early 50s, but no arrests have been made. As with the shooting, repeated calls to police to get more details of the slaying have not been returned at publication time.

As of publication time, SFPD was also unable to confirm the city's current homicide count — as of October 26, a slaying following an altercation on Muni was the city's 40th homicide, but as previously noted, that number can change as investigations progress.