SF DA: No charges yet in postgame fan stabbing

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This 2013 photo released by the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office shows Jonathan Denver. Denver, who was fatally stabbed during a confrontation after a Los Angeles Dodgers-San Francisco Giants baseball game in San Francisco, was the son of one of a Dodgers security guard, the team said Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr said two people were in custody, and one of them will face homicide charges. (AP Photo/Mendocino County Sheriff's Office)
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This 2013 photo released by the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office shows Jonathan Denver. Denver, who …

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco's district attorney says he's not yet ready to file charges against a man arrested on suspicion of stabbing a Los Angeles Dodgers fan after a Giants-Dodgers game.

District Attorney George Gascon said in a statement late Friday that not all witnesses have been questioned, and no independent witnesses have been interviewed in the stabbing death of 24-year-old Jonathan Denver a few blocks from AT&T Park on Wednesday night.

Gascon said he has asked police to gather more evidence before his office decides whether to file charges against 21-year-old Michael Montgomery, who police said made "incriminating statements" after his arrest.

The district attorney did not say whether, or when, Montgomery would be released from custody. Police and prosecutors did not immediately reply to messages left late Friday.

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