Gun-toting goon grabs man’s flatscreen TV 

A gun-toting goon stole a man’s TV set from his home among other crimes this weekend.

100 block of Jerrold Avenue
4 p.m. Monday

A gun-toting goon stole a 42-inch flatscreen TV from a 76-year-old man’s house, cops said. The victim — who suffers from dementia — inadvertently left his front door open. He heard a noise and when he went to investigate he saw a man holding his TV. The crook pointed a gun at the victim and fled the scene in a black four-door Ford.

2000 block of Mission Street
6:05 p.m. Saturday

A 33-year-old man was stabbed by three masked hoodlums, police said. The creepy trio asked the victim for money but upon seeing their masked visages, ran. They caught the victim and stabbed him twice. He was able to flee again and rendered aid by police.

Crocker Amazon Playground
5:50 p.m. Sunday

Two knife-wielding punks stabbed a 51-year-old man after an argument, cops said. During the course of the argument a scuffle ensued. The victim later discovered he’d been stabbed. The punks, described as men aged 18 to 21, fled on foot. The victim was treated at the hospital for a nonlife-threatening stab wound.



Bush and Hyde streets
1:30 a.m. Tuesday

A man and a woman were robbed at gunpoint, police said. The victims, both 29, were walking down the sidewalk when a man in his 20s came up from behind brandishing a gun. He took their property and fled to a waiting white Dodge van driven by another man in his 20s. Cops later spotted the van and arrested the crooks.

rnagle@sfexaminer.com

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