A man was attacked and mugged by three men as he stood near an ATM at Mission and 24th streets at 7:07 p.m. on Saturday, police said. The victim fought back and the attackers fled southbound on Mission Street on foot. The victim reported that the muggers took money from his pants pocket during the attack. He suffered a small laceration to the head and was treated at a hospital.

No arrests were made.

A man reported that his roommate punched him several times in the face and hit him with a cane at 2800 25th St. around 8:30 p.m. on Saturday The victim suffered bruising, laceration and swelling to the face, and was taken to a hospital. Police arrested the suspect.

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  1. Cool, apparently you can’t even use an ATM in the Mission these days without getting mugged, let alone a cell phone.

  2. When a gang of thugs commits a restaurant robbery Pulp Fiction style and demand everyones’ wallets and cellphones, Campos and others in the SF Politburo will call it a QUALITY OF LIFE CRIME 😉

      1. Jaime,

        The Beretta restaurant robbery holdup happened on April 29th or April 30th 2008 (if it was past midnight). Mr. David Campos was elected to office on Nov. 4th 2008. Campos was not on the SF Politburo/City council to condone this quality of life crime… Therefore your previous comment is only partially true 😉

  3. 7:00pm on a Sat night at that corner of Mission St there are hundreds of people around. Of course, nobody saw nothing. Typical Mission trash!

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