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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Alleged Bicycle Hunter Pleads Not Guilty

Posted By on Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 11:34 AM

click to enlarge David Mark Clark, alleged cyclist striker - WWW.DAVECLARKTENNIS.COM
  • David Mark Clark, alleged cyclist striker
The East Bay man accused of ramming four San Francisco bicyclists with his SUV on the night of June 2 pleaded not guilty to four charges of attempted murder today, according to Bay City News.

David Mark Clark, 39, of Albany, is being held without bail.

Authorities have charged Clark with 11 felonies for his alleged hitting spree, which all occurred within a six-minute period around 9:45 p.m. in separate locations in the city's Mission and Potrero Hill neighborhoods.
Police said Clark targeted four male bicyclists with his blue Nissan Rogue sport utility vehicle and then crashed and ran away after the last assault. Clark hit two people in Harrison Street before heading to 23rd and Pennsylvania for another and wrapping up at 17th and Missouri, police say. Three were hospitalized.

Clark was arrested by police in Albany after reporting that his SUV had been carjacked. His tennis career may be over.

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