Three men arrested for assaulting Mission restaurant workers 

Three men were arrested after reportedly terrorizing a Mission district restaurant last weekend, police said.

The incident began in a restaurant in the 3300 block of 24th Street about 5:11 p.m. Sunday when one of the men arrested reportedly began yelling. A 54-year-old female employee asked the man to leave, police said, but instead he threw a glass bottle at her, police said. The bottle missed the woman and struck a wall.

Then as a patron left the restaurant, a second suspect also threw a glass bottle at the man, but it too struck a wall.

The third suspect, along with the first two, attacked both the patron and the employee with a baseball bat. During the attack, police said the first suspect was also hit with the bat.

All three men were arrested and the first suspect was hospitalized with critical injuries.

The victims sustained only minor injuries, Officer Albie Esparza said.

The suspects were identified by police Monday as Carlos Pinula, 30; Mark Ziolowski, 21; and Vincent Murillo, 24. The three suspects are reportedly homeless, Esparza said.

They each face two charges of assault with a deadly weapon. Pinula was the suspect who had to be hospitalized.

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