Friday, April 12, 2013

Bike dude attacks motorist in the Mission


A reader sends this item for our consideration. These bike punks are pretty tough hombres. They aren't afraid to attack women:
Rob...thought you might find this interesting ...

While working, i casually listen online to the SFPD radio scanner (
www.scansf.com) ...

At about 8:30 this morning[April 11] dispatch put out a call for an "A" priority 240 (assault/battery) in progress on Cesar Chavez in front of St. Luke's Hospital. Multiple 911 callers were reporting a man violently attacking a woman approx 50 yo with gray hair in a car...The man then was seen dragging the woman out of the car into the street and the car rolling away on its on down Cesar Chavez!
 
Originally thought perhaps to be a case of domestic violence, arriving officers quickly determined it was "road rage," cyclist vs. motorist.

At 8:55am, dispatch put out an "all" (citywide)...suspect wanted in a 245 (aggravated assault/assault with deadly weapon) occurred 15 minutes ago on Cesar Chavez at Valencia. Suspect is described as male, 6'4," 35, 210, wearing a long-sleeve purple shirt, black slacks carrying a black messenger-style bag.

He was last seen on a black bicycle heading northbound on Valencia and then east on 25th...

I'm sure your are shocked! lol

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3 Comments:

At 3:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A driver ran over a retired teacher and her husband last week, she ended up dying.

 
At 4:59 PM, Anonymous sfthen said...

Last week same intersection crossing Valencia with a green as cyclist flew behind racing through the red light. Called him an asshole and he suddenly wasn't in such a hurry, circled back around, said, "You're not a cop," and then he offered to kick my ass.

San Francisco was a much more civilized and livable city until these creeps began showing up feeling so entitled and morally superior to everyone else.

 
At 5:26 PM, Blogger Rob Anderson said...

But cyclists are a special breed, as we learn from this video.

 

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