Skip to comments.SAN FRANCISCO: Spiritualist tennis pro charged in 4 hit-runs
Posted on 06/07/2010 6:14:35 PM PDT by SmithL
SAN FRANCISCO -- A tennis pro, self-styled master natural healer and crystal therapist was charged Monday with trying to run down and kill four bicyclists last week in San Francisco.
David Mark Clark, 39, of Albany was arrested Friday after he went to Albany police to report that his Nissan Rogue crossover sport utility vehicle had been taken at gunpoint. The Rogue was abandoned at 17th and Missouri streets Wednesday night after the hit-and-run driver struck his fourth victim and crashed the vehicle.
Clark, who has no criminal record, was charged Monday in San Francisco Superior Court with four counts of attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and three counts of battery causing serious injury. He is being held without bail in the psychiatric unit of the county jail.
One of the victims remains hospitalized at San Francisco General, where he is in serious condition.
The investigator in the case, Sgt. Jon Kasper, said police have yet to determine a motive for the attacks. Clark has not given police a statement, he said.
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Sounds like his “crystal therapy” involved crystal meth..
This is not a headline I ever anticipated seeing. I don't think these words have ever been put together in this way in the history of the English language.
Time to ban cars.
No, the attacker was just another tolerant “liberal”, limousine variety.
A person who hit me while bicycling - and was foolish enough to spin his car 180 degrees and gun the engine - got to see the business end of a Ruger.
Something went terribly wrong!
There's a lot of that going around these days.
The world is becoming so loony that I keep expecting to hear Porky Pig's voice in the sky stuttering, "Tha-tha-tha-that's all, folks!" to the tune of a huge trumpet.
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