Paintball Shooting Homeless man was injured
Police said, early Monday in San Francisco a poor man was hit in his head many times with paintball pellets that caused him suffered the brain injury. Police officers contacted the 33-year-old victim and the city’s homeless outreach workers to help and give assistance that’s before the incident happened.
In the middle of the scenario that the police officer leave and anyone arrived, someone shot him twice using a paintball gun in which one of it landed near the eye socket as well as injuries to his hand and fingers. To much dismay, there’s no one may be used as a witness in the said incident.
A homeless man suffered a possible brain injury after being hit in the head multiple times with paintball pellets early Monday in San Francisco, police said.
Prior to the Sunday night attack, police officers had contacted the 33-year-old victim and called the city’s homeless outreach workers to provide assistance to him, said Officer Giselle Talkoff, a police spokeswoman.
But between police leaving and anyone arriving, someone shot him with a paintball gun twice in the head, one of which landed near his eye socket, Talkoff said. The victim also suffered injuries to his hand and fingers.
Though no one reported witnessing the shooting, people told police the man was shouting in the street prior to the incident, Talkoff said.