Categories: Crime

Violent assault sends man to hospital in the Mission

A 43-year-old man is in stable condition following a brawl outside of a business at 19th and Mission streets early Sunday morning.

Two men estimated to be 25 and 26 years old approached the victim at 2 a.m. and began punching and kicking him until the victim lost consciousness. The 25-year-old suspect then stole the victim’s cellphone.

Police arrested both suspects, while the victim suffered bruising to the face and head, and a swollen eye, and was transported to San Francisco General Hospital for treatment.

Read more criminal justice news on the Crime Ink page in print. Follow us on Twitter: @sfcrimeink

Laura Waxmann
Share
Published by
Laura Waxmann

Recent Posts

What I am grateful for on this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a few days away, and soon we will gather with friends and family to eat and give thanks.…

54 mins ago

Residents face eviction after federal lawsuit shuts down state’s largest sober living provider

More than 250 residents of California’s largest sober living provider could face evictions on Monday, after a trustee who has…

1 hour ago

USF basketball’s Jamaree Bouyea returns home for a resounding win over LIU-Brooklyn at Cal State Monterey Bay

SEASIDE, Calif. — Two minutes and 17 seconds after entering Sunday's game against LIU-Brooklyn, University of San Francisco sophomore Jamaree…

7 hours ago

SF street safety advocates urge public to stop calling crashes ‘accidents’

Neeti Chokshi was crossing the street with her one-year-old dog on an evening in January when a car blew through…

7 hours ago

Victorian Christmas in full swing at Dickens fair at the Cow Palace

Charles Dickens, greeting guests in his home at the Great Dickens Christmas Fair in its first weekend at the Cow…

7 hours ago

USF Basketball: Dons women edge Cal Poly under clear skies in Seaside at Cal State Monterey Bay

 SEASIDE, Calif. -- University of San Francisco freshman Julia Nielacna scored just seven points in the first half on Sunday…

9 hours ago