Mission District shooting victim arrested after incident on unrelated warrant

A 30-year-old male victim of a Sunday night shooting in the Mission District was arrested after the incident and was reportedly uncooperative with police.

The victim would not provide any details of how the incident transpired, but police said he was shot around 10:04 p.m. Sunday near the intersection of 14th and Valencia streets by someone with a handgun.

The victim was arrested after the shooting on an unrelated warrant. His wounds were not critical.

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