Weekend Crime Recap: Two Robberies and One Robbery Attempt

Two male teenagers were arrested Friday night for a robbery attempt. A man and a woman were walking along 24th Street at about 10 p.m. when the suspects approached them. One of the suspects simulated having a handgun in his pocket and demanded that the man hand over his cell phone.

The victims ran away and flagged down officers, who arrested both suspects.

A man was attacked and robbed after withdrawing cash from an ATM at Mission and 23rd streets shortly before 2 a.m. on Saturday.

The suspect, described as a man in his mid-40s, punched the victim in the face and knocked him to the ground. The suspect then took the victim’s wallet, some cash and his cell phone.

The suspect fled on foot, heading northbound on Mission Street.

A man was robbed at gunpoint on Capp near 16th Street at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday. Four suspects walked up to the victim, pointed a gun at him and ordered him to hand over his bag.

The victim complied and the suspects, described as three males and a female, all in their teens, fled the area on foot.

No arrests have been made.

Three suspects attacked and robbed a man at 15th and Albion streets at 2:40 a.m. on Sunday.

Police said that two female suspects between the ages of 18 and 20, and a man who appeared to be in his early 20s, approached the victim, hit him several times and took his wallet.

No arrests have been made.

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6 Comments

  1. Joe Wiley

    All of this has been going on for several years now and will only ramp up as the summer months approach. People need to start organizing counter measures with the police to make any sort of difference, law officials will not change a thing working on their own.

    • Shroudwoman

      People need to wake up and respect that they have invaded a poor neighborhood with desparate teenagers. Walking around at 2:00am texting leaves you wide open to be robbed. People need to get together and teach each other how to live in this city by being aware of their surroundings & respectful to the local population . Out of towners putting more local poor young people of color in jail is not the solution. Don’t be a target in the first place. Wake up.

  2. Nicole

    Anyone know what happened on Mission between 16th and 17th on Friday early evening? The entire block was blocked off by the police with crime scene tape.

  3. Ramón

    I regularly read the crime blog. We all need to know what is happening, whether positive or negative, in our community. My one complaint about this section is its so-called political correctness In not describing the alleged suspects in greater detail. Anyone can be a teenager or a 30-year old man, but we need further descriptions if we are in any way able to help out the police or even more importantly, to keep ourselves safe.

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