SAN FRANCISCO—The woman who allegedly stabbed a 10-year-old boy twice on the Municipal Railway in San Francisco this past week has been identified as Sharinna Beoncia Grady, 27.

Grady allegedly injured the boy while traveling through the Bayview District at the intersection of Palou Avenue and Jennings Street, on Thursday, October 1.

According to San Francisco Police Department Spokesman Officer Albie Esparza, Grady had stabbed the boy with a folding knife during an argument. Passengers riding on the Municipal Railway bus took the knife away from the woman and restrained her from further injury.

A photo of Sharinna Beonica Grady, from her Facebook profile.
A photo of suspect Sharinna Beonica Grady, from her Facebook profile.

Grady was arrested around 3:05 p.m., and taken into custody. Grady is currently booked in the San Francisco County Jail. According to Esparza, police arrested Grady for attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon. Police were able to take the knife in as evidence.

The boy sustained non life-threatening wounds to his shoulder and hand, as well as a scrape on his cheek. He was taken to San Francisco General Hospital to be treated for injuries he sustained, according to police.

The boy and woman do not appear to be related and did not know each other prior to the incident. The police are still investigating the incident.