Ugh. On Saturday, a woman was reportedly kidnapped by a group of unknown men while waiting for a bus at Folsom and Spear. After being driven to a second location, she was fortunate enough to escape the situation sans harm.

According to Rob Nagle at SF Examiner, "The 24-year-old victim was waiting for a bus near Folsom and Spear streets (near Gap Inc.) about 7 p.m. when an unknown male suspect pushed her into an unknown sedan where two other male suspects were waiting." The victim was then taken to a residence in the Mission where she was lucky to escape and head to the Mission police station.

Cops were able to arrest all three suspects after one of them followed the woman to the station. We'll update as soon as we know more.

UPDATE: Nagle updated his story with new details regarding the arrest and crime. After being drugged and possibly assaulted, she was later able to convince one of her captors to let her call a friend to pick her. Led to the 2300 block of Mission Street by one of the suspects, the victim instead called police. Later, the cops arrested 34-year-old San Francisco resident Carlos Artaga. Read more.

[SF Examiner]
[SF Weekly]