STOCKTON, Calif. - A man was beaten and robbed for apparently giving a group of men the wrong answer on Wednesday, say Stockton police.
Police reports stated the man was standing in front of his home on the 2500 block of Connecticut Ave. around 8 p.m. when three Hmong men drove up in a silver pickup truck and asked him if he was a gangster.
When the man said no, the three attacked him, punching and kicking him to the ground before stealing his baseball cap, flip flops and the keys to his house and car, say police.
The man sustained bruising to the side of his face as a result of the attack. His assailants were only described as three tall and chubby Hmong men.